Evidence

GUILTY OF GENOCIDE!

FINAL VERDICT of the 2021 INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNALOn U.S. Human Rights Abuses Against Black, Brown, and IndigenousPeoples. In Response to the People’s Indictment 22 October 20211 International Peace Research Association (IPRA)and the Peace and Justice Studies Association (PJSA),affirm Tribunal findings that the USA is Guilty of Genocide; Calls for a National Truth Commission on the effects […]

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Virtual Protest Feb 17

Thank you to One Free Community for organizing, Claudia for livestreaming on Twitch, Storm for livestreaming on TikTok, and Jae and Jesenia for hosting. Also big thanks to all those moderating the livestream chats dropping links and further information. The live rushes, resistbot collective communications, and We Charge Genocide TV Hackathon were empowering. We had a last min change to the format and agenda for […]

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YES, THE U.S. RESPONSE TO COVID-19 IS A GENOCIDE

Health & Science, Politics & Government, Marxist Studies, Social Economics, Society & Culture [PHOTO CREDIT: Aaron Ontiveroz/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty Image] By Alex Harley Republished from Emphasis Added. A Yale epidemiologist was castigated for equating the virus to a genocide in a series of tweets. Why? The answer lies in a foundational understanding of white supremacist capitalism: death […]

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COVID-19, police violence, and the historical thread that binds them: Structural racism as a public health issue

By Mahader Tamene, Elleni M. Hailu, Rachel L. Berkowitz, Xing GaoAugust 27, 2020 Our political and legal systems are inextricably intertwined with and fueled by structural racism. This legacy predates the country’s founding, through the genocide of Indigenous populations and the kidnapping and selling of millions of Africans into slavery. Preeminent public health scholar and […]

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“We (still) charge genocide”: A systematic review and synthesis of the direct and indirect health consequences of police violence in the United States

Rahwa Haile, Tawandra Rowell-Cunsolo, Marie-Fatima Hyacinthe, Sirry Alang  SUNY Old Westbury, Department of Public Health, Old Westbury, NY, USAUniversity of Wisconsin, Sandra Rosenbaum School of Social Work, Madison, WI, USA Yale University, School of Public Health, New Haven, CT, USAUniversity of Pittsburgh, Department of Health and Human Development, Pittsburgh, PA, USA Received 1 July 2022, Revised 8 February 2023, Accepted 14 February […]

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The U.S. Coronavirus Response Might Be a Crime Against Humanity

The Trump administration callously dismissed the deaths of the most vulnerable, including minorities. By Noah Berlatsky, a freelance writer in Chicago. JANUARY 19, 2021, 3:05 PMThe U.S. coronavirus response “is getting awfully close to genocide by default,” Yale epidemiologist Gregg Gonsalves tweeted last May—several hundred thousand deaths ago. Gonsalves’s use of the term genocide is dramatic. […]

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70 Years Ago Black Activists Accused the U.S. of Genocide. They Should Have Been Taken Seriously.

Opinion by ALEX HINTON12/26/2021 07:00 AM EST Alex Hinton is a distinguished professor of anthropology and director of the Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights at Rutgers University, Newark. He is also an author, most recently of It Can Happen Here: White Power and the Threat of Genocide in the U.S. and of The Anthropological Witness, […]

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