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Popular Enforcement of International Law from Vietnam to Gaza

Popular Enforcement of International Law from Vietnam to Gaza

The International Court of Justice has found that Israel’s actions in Gaza may constitute genocide in violation of international law. A US District Court has endorsed that finding and added, “It is every individual’s obligation to confront the current siege in Gaza.” What can we learn from history about the responsibility of individuals to confront war crimes and how it may be possible to do so.

Midwest Labor-Climate Meeting – Final Opportunity to Apply!

Midwest Labor-Climate Meeting – Final Opportunity to Apply!

April 11th – 12th in Chicago, LNS and the US Climate Action Network (USCAN) are bringing representatives of the labor-climate movement together from across the Midwest to learn from one another, deepen relationships, and develop collective strategies in pursuit of a just transition.

ART WORKS

ART WORKS

Ken Grossinger is a movement activist and organizer with 35 years’ experience under his belt. He has spent his life serving movements for social and economic justice — in unions, in community organizations, and in philanthropy.