Daily Archives: 2022-08-28

2022-08-28: News Headlines

Fight Back (2022-08-28). Philippines: Free Adora Faye de Vera, poet, patriot and warrior for women's liberation. fightbacknews.org Fight Back News Service is circulating the following August 27 statement from the Communist Party of the Philippines. | We join the clamor of women's groups, artists, poets, rights defenders and other democratic organizations for the immediate release of Adora Faye de Vera. Adora Faye was arrested by police last Wednesday afternoon in her place of residence in Quezon City, and later brought to Calinog town, Iloilo, where she is being made to face false criminal charges. She joins at least 800 other political prisoners in the Philippines who continue to suffer unjust incarceration. | Adora Faye is an artist, a poe…

TeleSUR -HIM (2022-08-28). Anulan habeas corpus a favor de exvicepresidente ecuatoriano Jorge Glas. telesurtv.net En la nulidad se declara ausencia de competencia territorial y error inexcusable por parte del magistrado Banny Molina, quien emitió el fallo de habeas corpus.

Staff (2022-08-27). An unstoppable optimist for the Palestinian cause. samidoun.net The following article and interview of Raja Eghbarieh is republished from Proletà§ren newspaper. The article, written by Marcus Jà∂nsson, was translated to English by Samidoun Sweden. Eghbarieh is a former Palestinian political prisoner who recently spoke at public events in Sweden. &#1 ; I'm sad that all the Europeans who support Ukraine don't care as much …

Staff (2022-08-27). Solidarity with Khalil Awawdeh and all Palestinian prisoners in Toulouse, France. samidoun.net On Friday, 26 August, the Collectif Palestine Vaincra organized a Palestine Stand at the Bagatelle metro station in Toulouse, France. This action took place amid a day of mobilization called for by the Palestinian prisoners' movement in support of the growing struggle behind occupation bars. Since 22 August, the struggle has escalated to confront Israeli …

Newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2022-08-27). RISE for Youth program celebrates successful first year. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org RISE for Youth, a first-of-its-kind collaboration between Mayo Clinic and the Rochester branch of the NAACP, recently wrapped up its inaugural year of programming. The program, which received funding through Mayo Clinic's $100 million commitment against racism, drew rave reviews from scholars, community partners and Mayo Clinic staff. For as long as she can remember, Aisha Qassim has wanted to become a surgeon. But with no doctors in her family, she wasn't sure of the…

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