Originally posted: http://iraqleft.wordpress.com, by Ali Issa. On March 22nd, 5 Iraqi grassroots organizations announced an initiative that will target “the occupier and its agents”, that’s to say: US military bases and Iraq’s Maliki-led government.
AROC will be co-hosting ‘Voices from the Arab Meedan: A meeting point between Arab revolutionaries and Bay Area community’ with Meedan (http://news.meedan.net/). What makes this event stand out, is that it is an interactive event, and not a static panel!
Statement from the Palestinian Youth Network. The beginning of 2011 has become a milestone to a long anticipated and desired moment that has swept across the Arab world! Arab youth are revolting against their governments causing radical changes in the
U.S. Representative Submits Poster From Bay Area Workshop As An Exhibit
The National Lawyers Guild SF Bay Area Chapter (NLGSF) stands with civil and human rights organizations across the country in denouncing the “radicalization” hearings Representative Peter King (R-NY) is
Last week, the SF Human Rights Commission passed a report based on testimonies of dozens of Arab, Muslim, Middle Eastern, and South Asian community members and our allies. This report includes recommendations for the City and County of SF to
Immigration Program Coordinator (20-25 hours)
The Immigration Program Coordinator will be responsible for working with staff attorney to support case work, and administration of Arab American Legal Services (AALS), San Francisco’s first free immigration service for the Arab community.
re-posted from Mondoweiss, by Maggie Sager on February 16, 2011
On February 16th, 2011 I attended a public forum entitled “Palestinian Queer Activists Talk Politics” in San Francisco’s Mission District. More than 20 groups including the National Center for Lesbian
Today Mubarak has been forced out of presidency. We must continue to stand by the Egyptian people to force out the entire Mubarak regime and usher in a truly popular and democratic leadership. We honor those who have ushered in
On May 22nd, AROC celebrated the life and work of Malcolm X, as well as our dear comrade Javad Jahi, at the Malcolm X Jazz Festival. AROC staff and members delivered a statement alongside the Bay Area Campaign to End