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Location Set for Gandhi Peace Award 2017

Ralph Nader & Omar Barghouti Sunday, April 23, 4:00 p.m., Yale University, Sheffield-Sterling-Strathcona Hall, Room 114, at 1 Prospect Street, New Haven  Free and Open to the Public The legendary Ralph Nader has done groundbreaking work on a multitude of citizen action projects for decades.  From auto safety to general consumer issues to criticizing nuclear power to  “Breaking Through to ...

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Nader on Senate’s Climate Stance, “Insanity” of U.S. Nukes, & Why Obama’s Min. Wage Hike Falls Short | Democracy Now!

Ralph Nader, the longtime consumer advocate, corporate critic and former presidential candidate, joins Democracy Now! to discuss a number of key issues: the Senate’s marathon filibuster to promote climate action and attendant failure to challenge President Obama on the Keystone XL; new disclosures revealing U.S. regulators hid concerns and uncertainty around the safety of U.S. nuclear plants in the aftermath ...

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Let Them Hear the Rumble! Invest in People, Not War | Ralph Nader via The Huffington Post

Earlier this month, a delegation of activists took to Capitol Hill to demand a decrease in the massive, out-of-control military budget. As millions of Americans struggle with inadequate health care, low wages, deteriorating public services and uncertainty about their futures as the wage gap between the wealthy elite and the working poor widens, billions upon billions of taxpayer dollars are ...

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Ralph Nader speaking in Canton, 1 p.m. July 13

People’s Action for Clean Energy has announced that Ralph Nader is coming to Canton on Saturday, July 13 for a book signing. He will be at Barnes & Noble bookstore at 1 p.m. in the Farmington Valley shopping center on route 44 in Canton. His new book is titled appropriately: “Told You So, The Big Book of Weekly Columns.” Ralph Nader ...

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America’s Lawless Empire: The Constitutional Crimes of Bush and Obama (video)

Ralph Nader ’58 and Bruce Fein ’72 visited Harvard Law School for a talk sponsored by the HLS Forum and the Harvard Law Record. At the event, “America’s Lawless Empire: The Constitutional Crimes of Bush and Obama,” both men discussed what they called lawless, violent practices by the White House and its agencies that have become institutionalized by both political ...

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