International Activists React to the U.S. Election
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The stakes were high. With intense interest, the world watched the U.S. Presidential election. On this edition, grassroots activists and analysts from all corners of the globe, including Iraq, Venezuela, Ghana, Palestine, India, Mexico, England, and Pakistan react to another 4 years of George W. Bush in the White House.
Hanan Ashrawi, Secretary General, Palestinian Initiative for the Promotion of Global Dialogue and Democracy; Eman Khammas, former director, Occupation Watch Center; Kishwar Naheed, volunteer, Hawwa Women Craft Cooperative; Margarita Lopez Maya, professor, Central University of Venezuela; Miguel Pickard White, Center for Economic and Political Investigation and Community Action (CIEPAC); Arun Kundnani, editor of IRR News, Institute of Race Relations; Praful Bidwai, syndicated columnist; Bisi Adeleye-Fayemi, executive director, African Women’s Development Fund.
For more information:
MIFTAH – Jerusalem
Hawwa Women Craft Cooperative – Islamabad
CIEPAC – Chiapas, Mexico
Institute of Race Relations – London
African Women’s Development Fund – Accra, Ghana