Posts Tagged “ACLU”

AAI’s Gibran Gala honors champions of humanity

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AAI’s Gibran Gala honors champions of humanity

AAI’s Gibran Gala honors champions of humanity The Arab American Institute hosted the 20th annual Khalil Gibran Spirit of Humanity Awards Gala April 26, 2018 which recognizes organizations, leaders and activists from around the world for their service to humanity. This year’s honorees include: World renowned Chef José Andrés who founded World Central Kitchen;  the American Civil…

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ACLU challenges discriminatory laws banning boycott of Israel

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ACLU challenges discriminatory laws banning boycott of Israel

ACLU challenges discriminatory laws banning boycott of Israel USCPR Welcomes ACLU Lawsuit Challenging Unconstitutional Anti-BDS Law The US Campaign for Palestinian Rights welcomes the American Civil Liberties Union’s landmark lawsuit, filed today, challenging an anti-boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) law in the state of Kansas for its violation of the First Amendment. The Kansas law…

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The Militarization of Police and The Murdering of Black Men

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The Militarization of Police and The Murdering of Black Men

By Ali Younes When I watched the video of how Charleston police officer shot and killed Walter Scott from behind as he was running away from him, about two weeks ago, a cold chill went through my thoughts of how far American police can, in their overzealous law enforcement approach, shoot and kill a man as…

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