Virtual Screening “This is Not a Movie: Robert Fisk and the Politics of Truth”

Jan 13, 2021
A special tribute screening to the late Robert Fisk, hosted by the Middle East Children's Alliance and the Arab Film & Media Institute. Robert Fisk died on October 30, 2020,...

OCCUPATION & INTERVENTION: August 17 in Oakland

Aug 13, 2017
JOIN CENTER FOR POLITICAL EDUCATION for OCCUPATION & INTERVENTION: US MILITARISM IN THE CURRENT MOMENT August 17, 7pm First Congregational Church of Oakland 2501 Harrison St. FYC Room featuring: Rhonda...
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Syria Needs a Ceasefire: The true cost of war for children

Nov 06, 2013
By Barbara Lubin   I was a young mother, draft counselor and anti-war activist when the US was dropping napalm and Agent Orange on the people of Vietnam, Laos and...
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Iraq records huge rise in birth defects: New study links increase with military action by Western forces

Oct 16, 2012
It played unwilling host to one of the bloodiest battles of the Iraq war. Fallujah's homes and businesses were left shattered; hundreds of Iraqi civilians were killed. Its residents changed...
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New study finds strong correlation between birth defects and white phosphorus exposure of parents

May 07, 2012
Palestinian civilians and medics run to safety during an Israeli strike using phosphorus shells at a UN school. Photograph: Mohammed Abed/AFP Palestinian civilians and medics run to safety during an...
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Children pay ultimate price of Iraq’s poisonous wartime legacy

Jun 13, 2011
The Middle East Children's Alliance has been sending life-saving aid to hospitals and clinics in Iraq since 1991. Our efforts are just a small drop in the bucket considering the...
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IRAQ: Trauma leaves an indelible mark

Sep 02, 2010
BAGHDAD, 1 September 2010 (IRIN) - US President Barack Obama may have hailed the end of US combat operations in Iraq, but the seven-year war has left an indelible mark...
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