The arrogant rejection of the negotiation efforts by OAS by the perpetrators of the Military Coup, has complicated the situation in Honduras.
URGENT CALL TO U.S. SOCIAL MOVEMENTS
4th of July, 2009
PLEASE TAKE ACTION to support our Indigenous brothers and sisters in Peru who are literally fighting for their lives at this very moment. In protest of the Peruvian government’s attempts to change laws and the constitution to open up Peru’s Amazon to exploitation by the oil, gas, mining and agribusiness industries to meet its obligations under the Peru-US Free Trade Agreement, Indigenous Amazonians have been protesting non-violently for over 60 days.
Tell Congress not to force genetically engineered crops on other countries as a condition of receiving aid
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Co-sponsors of this bill include Sen. Mark Begich (D, AK), Sen. Robert Casey (D, PA), Sen. Susan Collins (R, ME), Sen. Richard Durbin (D, ME), Sen. Thomas Harkin (D, IA), and Sen. John Kerry (D, MA). If you live in one of the districts served by these senators, it is important that they hear from you. Please cut and paste this information into a personal letter to your senator.
Please take a moment to send an email to Florida Governor Charlie Crist, asking him to take a stand against modern-day slavery in our food system: http://www.unionvoice.org/campaign/Governor_Crist_stand_against_slavery
Want to see the White House lawn become an example for growing local, organic foods?
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1. Ask Obama and Congress for no more corn for fuel. http://www.change.org/foodfirst/actions/view/ask_obama_and_congress_for_...
2. Write a message at www.change.gov giving your vision of a better food system.
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We do not view the food crisis as an unexpected, sudden emergency of the last year, but as the inevitable consequence of misguided agricultural and food policies over the last 30 years.
We will not resolve the problems exposed by this food crisis with more of the same policies and thinking. A wholesale change in the worldwide food system is necessary to address these problems sustainably and equitably.