UNAC: “Protests during the UN General Assembly”

As the United States denies rights to diplomats coming to the United Nations General Assembly meeting, civil society protests and gives a hearing to diplomats from US Sanctioned Countries.

During the week of September 20 – 27, the United Nations General Assembly met in New York City. Heads of State and other government officials met inside the United Nations building as did climate change activists such as Greta Thunberg. But, outside of the building, the people of the world were addressed in a more meaningful way as activists and diplomats from countries under attack by the United States spoke directly to the people – the ultimate force that will make the changes necessary for our survival.

UNAC and UNAC member organizations joined with others to form the People’s Mobe, an ad hoc group that organized a rally on the streets of New York City to “Stop the Wars and Save the Planet.” We also organized an important meeting at the Community Church, just blocks from the UN where the movement and diplomats from countries under attack by the U.S. came together to speak directly to the people of the U.S. UNAC and the People’s Mobe also supported and joined the Schools Climate Strike on Friday, September 20, and the Puerto Rican independence rally on September 21. We were also part of the organizing committee that organized a meeting for Venezuelan leaders to speak out and counter the fake narrative of the U.S. State Department and U.S. corporate media about their country.

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