Bill Quigley

Bill Quigley teaches law at Loyola University New Orleans and can be reached at quigley77@gmail.com.

The Guantanamo Deception

The Ongoing Torture of Syed Fahad Hashmi

When Silence is Betrayal

Mercenaries Circling Haiti

Voices of Haiti’s Homeless

A Million Homeless in Haiti

Haiti by the Numbers

Haiti, Still Starving 23 Days Later

Hell and Hope in Haiti

Haitians are Helping Haitians

Why the U.S. Owes Haiti Billions

Why the U.S. Owes Haiti Billions

Ten Things the U.S. Can and Should Do For Haiti

Why ACORN Won

Street Report From the G20

"You Will Not Get Past Us"

Haiti’s Revolutionary Priest Gerard Jean-Juste: Presente!

A Day in Gaza

Doctors Stopped at the Border

Five Bailout Lessons From Katrina

McCain Owes America an Apology

Anger and Hope

Hammered by the Swedes

The U.S. War on Unarmed Working Mothers

Social Justice Quiz, 2008

The Weary Road Home

Gustav’s Path of Destruction

Living in the Car After Gustav

BILL QUIGLEY August 31, 2008–5 PM

Katrina, the Pain Index

The Big Lock-Up

War Immemorial Day

The U.S. Role in Haiti’s Food Riots

The Cleansing of New Orleans

Locked Outside the Gates

Locked Outside the Gates

Bulldozers for the Poor, Huge Tax Credits for Wealthy Developers

Twenty Thousand Protest at Ft. Benning

New Orleans’ Broken Criminal Justice System

Jailed for Justice

Tightening the Noose Around New Orleans

Katrina, Two Years Later

Pere Jean-Juste Comes Home

Fighting for the Right to Learn in New Orleans

Black Nooses Hanging from the "White" Tree

How to Destroy an African American City in 33 Steps

"How Long Must We Support a Mistake?"

Lessons Learned by Katrina and Asian Tsunami Social Justice Activists

Incident at Fort Huachuca, the Army’s Torture Training Center

The Right to Return to New Orleans

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