Podcast: Beyond borders and bad governments

Families who have been deported and are now returning to the United States during a mass border crossing rally at the U.S.-Mexico wall. (Flickr/Steve Pavey 2014)

Families who were deported recently attempted to return to the United States during a mass border crossing rally at the U.S.-Mexico wall. (Flickr/Steve Pavey 2014)

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With undocumented families leading mass direct actions at the U.S.-Mexico border and detainees at a Tacoma detention center engaging in a hunger strike, my fellow Waging Nonviolence editors and I discuss the new face of the migrant justice movement in this episode of We Are Many. I also speak with Zimbabwean human rights lawyer Rumbidzai Dube, who works for women’s rights, government accountability and fair elections in a country that has very little of each. Nevertheless, her uplifting spirit rises above and beyond the limits of President Robert Mugabe’s authoritarian rule.

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