Letter to the DREAM Movement: My Painful Withdrawal of Support for the DREAM Act by Raúl Al-qaraz Ochoa 17 September 2010 I have supported the DREAM Act, despite my critiques and concerns over the military service component. In fact, I was one of the arrestees at the sit-in at John McCain’s office in Tucson, AZ;
The struggle over the Park51 project — the Islamic center that will be known as the Cordoba House — in New York has presented a series of challenges to both Muslim organizers and the broader Left, but these challenges need to be understood as the culmination of deeper political and strategic questions that have so
From our friends over at Ikhras. ********** What the Muslim-American Establishment Fights For by Kathim If I may sound so callous, allow me to admit that I don’t really care about recent approval of building a mosque near Ground Zero (that’s New York’s ground zero for the purposes of this article, not Baghdad’s or Kabul’s).
By our comrades in Miami Autonomy & Solidarity. *********** Why Women Should Join Political Organizations By Dolores In Miami Autonomy and Solidarity, we have discussions with people that might identify with the “left” in general to see where our political agreement lies; as well as to learn from each other with the goal of reaching