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Join the Fight for I-81 Jobs! Speak up for Racial Equity in the Building Trades!

From the

by Aggie Lane

The 154-page Racial Equity Impact Statement (REIS) report
gives a detailed analysis of imbalance in the building/con-
struction workforce in various recent projects in Syracuse.
This report is available online at www.ujtf.org.

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SPC in Action

From the

various contributors

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Join In with SPC’s Summer Activism

PNL Calendar

Posted by John Carroll on

We have begun to post PNL Calendars on this website. They will be availaible from the Main Menu.

To see the current Calendar click here

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Why the Nations State Law is Bad for Minorities in Israel with source links

From the

by Zachary Field

The recent passage of Israel’s new Basic Law: Israel as the 

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Why the Nation State Law is Bad for Minorities in Israel

From the

by Zachary Field

 


Tens of thousands of protesters joined the Druze community in
rejecting the Jewish Nation-State Law at Rabin Square in Tel Aviv
on August 5, 2018. Photo: Oren Ziv/Activestills.org

 

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Share the Air: Being Fragrance Free Matters to Us All

From the

by Maddie Bohrer

If you’ve visited the Syracuse Center for Peace and Social Justice lately you may have noticed the doors now have signs posted about our building becoming fragrance free. These signs are not to keep you out, but rather allow more people to come in! In becoming fragrance free, the Center becomes more accessible and opens its doors to all.

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Las Noticias Del Centro De Trabajadores

From the

by Rebecca Fuentes and Kayla Kelechian

 

 


Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh supports our Green Light NY campaign to allow all immigrants to get driver's licenses.
El alcalde de Syracuse, Ben Walsh, apoya la campaña Luz Verde NY, quebusca acceso a licencias de conducir para inmigrantes.

 

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For every $100 you pay in taxes, where does it go?

From the

War Resisters League

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Do Unto Others: Empathy as a Tool for Change

From the

by Hilary-Anne Coppola

 

 

 

The golden rule isn’t as simple as it first appears. What you may wish for another person to do for you is often not the same as their needs. There are many forms of this teaching in various religions, cultures, and eras that incorporate values of compassion, doing no harm, and being respectful.