News broke last week that the U.S. government purposefully exposed hundreds of men in Guatemala to syphilis in ghoulish medical experiments conducted during the late 1940s.
The Sudanese-Canadian was trapped in Khartoum for years, imprisoned, and tortured.
"As we mark the end of America's combat mission in Iraq," President Obama said this week, "a grateful America must pay tribute to all who served there." He should have added, "unless you're gay."
One year ago last week, Honduran President Manuel Zelaya woke up with a gun pointed at his head. Even the U.S. has expressed concern over human rights violations, but the Harper government is silent.
CSIS paid an unwelcome visits this Montreal activist. Now she and Stefan Christoff, another Montreal activist whose friends received unwelcome CSIS visits, want the public to know.
CSIS has paid five visits to friends of this Montreal human rights supporter. Now he and Freda Guttman, another Montreal activist who received an unwelcome CSIS visit, want the public to know.
Showing support for public and community services.
Rights are wrongs to the Harper administration, and all evidence points to further cuts and diminishments.
The residents of Coajomulco, Mexico are literally having their water taken out from under them. (Photo: Kristen Hanson)