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message from karenperalta - 11/02/2012
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Tell President Kikwete: Don't Abandon The Maasai To Starvation And Destitution! As we speak, Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete is preparing to sign a deal with a big-game hunting corporation that would  force 48,000 members of Africa’s Maasai tribe into homelessness and destitution   – but if enough of us speak out, we can stop the deal from taking place. The last time a corporation tried to push the Maasai out of the Serengeti, the population was devastated. Their homes were destroyed, their livestock starved, and  protesters were savagely beaten by police . By exposing this brutality to the world, we helped return the Maasai to their native land. If we speak out now,  we can stop it again  -- and if enough of us spread the word, we can end the assault on the Maasai for good. Please, sign our petition to Kikwete urging him to  protect his people from homelessness and starvation . Take a stand: Sign n...






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The New York Times EDITORIAL Close Guantánamo Prison Published: November 25, 2012  159 Comments FACEBOOK TWITTER GOOGLE SAVE E-MAIL SHARE PRINT REPRINTS On his second full day in office in 2009, President Obama  signed an executive order  that was a declaration of American renewal and decency hailed around the globe. It called for the closure, in no more than a year, of the detention camp at the United States Naval Station at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba — the grim emblem of President George W. Bush’s lawless policies of torture and detention. Accompanied by other executive orders signaling a break from the Bush era of justice delayed and denied, it was a bold beginning. Related in Opinion ROOM FOR DEBATE Time to End Military Tribunals? Should President Obama stop using military commissions to prosecute combatants captured in the war on terror, and transfer the Guantánamo cases to the federal courts? Connect With Us on Tw...





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