Connecting the dots

Here are a few of the organizations and resources we’ve found most useful:

On the DR Congo

Karen Fung’s DRC links page:
Human Rights Watch
International Crisis Group
IRIN (Integrated Regional Information Networks), UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Pambazuka News
PAN (Priority Africa Network)
TransAfrica Forum
Two interviews with Ernest Wamba dia Wamba here and here.


On Struggles for Land and Housing

Abahlali baseMjondolo – Durban’s Shackdweller Movement
A Pygmy Conference in the Rain Forest
Homes not Jails

On Anti-war/Anti-nuclear Work

Judgement of the International Peoples’ Tribunal on the Dropping of Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki (July 2007)
Nevada Desert Experience
Nihon Hidankyo, Japan Federation of A- and H-Bomb Sufferers Organizations
Tri-Valley CARES
United for Peace and Justice
Voices of Hibakusha
Western States Legal Foundation

On Haiti

Haiti Action Committee
Haiti Justice Blog
Partners in Health
“The Power of History: Haiti,” by Mumia Abu-Jamal

On Struggles for Justice by People of Color
in the United States

Peoples’ Hurricane Fund and Oversight Coalition
The Mobilization to Free Mumia Abu Jamal
Southern Poverty Law Center

On Native Americans

Leonard Peltier Defense Committee
Native American Authors, Internet Public library
Tewa Women United
Tsi-Akim Maidu Tribe
Winnemem Wintu tribe Click here.

On Prisons and Prisoners

Free the San Francisco Eight
Osborne Association
Prison Radio

On Women

Global Fund for Women

On Youth

The Algebra Project
Roots & Shoots

And More…

Partners In Health
University of KMT Press

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