By Any Means Necessary: Volume 3, Issue 3

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Long-term recommendations included: 1. Supporting the development of public health infrastructure that is specific to rural and urban areas, in alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations. 2. Supporting the development of private Dalit-Bahujan led health infrastructure that is specific to both rural and urban areas, in alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations. 3. Influencing American civil society, the United Nations, and global civil society to have a clear analysis of caste, class, religion and gender to inform impact investments in Dalit, Bahujan, and Adivasi community development, institution building to become self-sufficient, and sustain social change to transform the culture of health. All aid is not equal, and it is our hope that the candid analysis and clear demands presented to the White House are adapted immediately and take precedence over the preferences of political donors, who are both inadvertently and intentionally channeling aid to Hindu extremist groups in India.

Campaign to End the Moroccan Occupation of the Western Sahara: An Update and Request kwame-osagyefo kalimara

A handout picture published by Moroccan Army on November 13, 2020, shows tents used by the Polisario Front ablaze near the Mauritanian border in Guerguerat in Western Sahara. (AFP) Photo Credit: https://www.trtworld.com/africa/polisario-morocco-must-end-occupation-of-western-sahara-41522

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