Many of the young children risking life and limb to reach the U.S. border are fleeing certain death.
Many fail to realize or admit how this administration has tempted people to enter the United States illegally.
We, drafters of this letter as well as the undersigned members of the broader Harvard community, are compelled by an ethical obligation to express our opposition to the United States government’s complicity in the injustices of Israeli occupation and the most recent Israeli attacks on Gaza.
By late last month, all of Assad’s declared chemical stockpile had been removed from Syria.
Have we reached a point in diplomacy where countries that succeed are looked upon with suspicion and distrust?
The choice the international community must make is whose preservation is worth supporting.
Ignoring Russia’s in-your-face actions has become all too common a response by the current administration.
Iran’s nuclear program remains frozen and we get extra time to work on eliminating the possibility of an Iranian bomb.
We see Latino children used as political pawns, attacked, used as props, and mocked in national media.
It is an issue for all Americans who believe that our country should help those who have helped us.