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American Pravda: Racial Discrimination at Harvard

This last week trial began in Boston federal court for the current lawsuit in which a collection of Asian-American organizations are charging Harvard University with racial discrimination in its college admissions policies. The…

15 things you can do to challenge anti-Muslim violence

15 things you can do to challenge anti-Muslim violence There are many ways to confront Islamophobia in your community, from talking with your friends to supporting organizations that welcome refugees to advocating for policies to stop…

The injustice of inequality and its links to violence

Globally 62 individuals have the same amount of wealth as half the planet. Within countries, where poverty sits side by side with extreme wealth, the richest people are capturing an increasing share of national income. There are many…

Israel’s 50-Year Time Bomb

In the quest to change Israel’s very nature, the Netanyahu government is pushing Palestinians to the edge – with the support of the Trump White House, says Dan Steinbock. The Trump White House and the Netanyahu government are fostering…

Gun Violence in America

PROBLEM: There are too many victims of gun violence because we make it too easy for dangerous people to get dangerous weapons in America. DID YOU KNOW? In one year on average, more than 100,000 people in America are shot or killed with a…

The legacy of Ashura: resistance and victory

Imam Hussein is the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad (PBU’em), born in 620 A.D. to a family famed for their values of love, honour and peace. His martyrdom anniversary which is, beyond a doubt, considered a defining event in the ideological…

Peace Perceptions Poll 2018

Bringing together the views of more than 100,000 people, the Peace Perceptions Poll sought to answer questions around how people experience and respond to violent conflict, and and how they think their government should respond to conflict.…