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50l (c) (3), 2, 7, 37, 185- 186, 2 1 5, 223 -224,
230, 233
SPIRIT as a model of, 93-94
and success, 1 5
1 993 Declaration o f Principles, 1 70
the 1980s, 2 1 9
9/ 1 1 , 155
1951 Refugee Convention, Article l D, 169
the 1 970s, 2 1 8
1967 Israeli-Arab War. See Six-Day War
Six-Day War, 168
16th Amendment, 7
A
Aaron Diamond Foundation, 86
abandonment, 44-45, 47
abortions, 103
Abu-Jamal, Mumia, 2 1 -22, 27, 3 1
"academic capitalization," 1 18
The Academy for Fundraising Training
(TAFFT), 84
access to wealthy donors, 9
accessibilit y, 162
accountability, 82, 107, 1 17, 122,
144-148
to the community of survivors, 1 52
to grassroots community strug-
gles, 144
of a member of the buffer zone, 145
in the NPIC (non-profit industrial
complex), 147- 148
to public and private found-
ations, 186
questions to ask about, 146- 148
responses, 1 55
of social justice activists, 83
Act Now to Stop War and End Racism
(ANSWER), 1 74
activism, 16, 26, 27, 35, 48, 49, 82, 102,
105, 106, 165, 1 75, 187, 189, 1 93, 205
advanced mass struggle, 201
Afghan,
war, 156
women, 155
African American. See Black
African American organizations, 49
African National Congress, 14
Agricultural Workers Organizing Com-
mittee (AWOC), 49-50
Al-Atrash family, 1 7 1 - 1 73
Albright, Madeleine, 175
Alfred, Taiaiake, 145
allegiance to state authority, 29
Allen, Robert L., 7, 23, 34-35
alternative,
models to movement building, 2 1 2
revolutionary visions, 2 1 3
US -based praxis, 3 1
American Arab Anti-Discrimination
Committee (ADC), 174-175
American Enterprise Institute, 69
American Indian Movement (AIM), 101- 103
Amnesty International, 170
Anglo American, 14. See also white
anti-
apartheid movement, 14
colonialism, 34
globalization movements, 125
police brutality marches, 206
rape organizations, 1 58
war movement, 218
antiviolence,
movement, 1 1 , 1 16-1 18, 123, 1 59
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