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UN Conference Against Racism, Durban, South Africa

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Jonathan Paul, Longtime animal rights activist. He is beginning a 51-month prison sentence today in Phoenix for his role in burning down a horsemeat slaughterhouse in Oregon in 1997.

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Salih Booker, head of Africa Action comments on Jesse Helm’s retirement announcement and his record on Africa. Africa Action will request reparations for slavery, the ending of Global Apartheid, aid for the AIDS pandemic, and more in its fight for racial justice, and at the upcoming UN Conference Against Racism to be held in Durban, South Africa.

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