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With the sometime-enlightened Radiohead planning a July show in Tel Aviv, Israel, the band is facing a fierce campaign to cancel what some deem " a benefit show on behalf of Apartheid, ethnic cleansing and brutal occupation." Along with petitions and criticism by BDS advocates, 50 high-profile artists and activists just wrote an open letter exhorting them to "do what artists did in South Africa’s era of oppression: Stay away, until apartheid is over."

Common Dreams Turns 20

Common Dreams Homepage December 4, 2007December 4, 2007: 3,432 days ago.

The day before, the American College of Physicians - the nation's second-largest physician group - endorsed a single-payer healthcare system.

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