A POPULAR
GUIDE TO
MINORITY RIGHTS
/Y. N. Kly

Named OUTSTANDING
BOOK by the Gustavus
Myers Center for the
Study of Human Rights.
This book helps to clarify the issues of
affirmative action, minority rights, self-
determination and reparations so hotly
debated within the African American
community today. It will help American
national minorities to fully understand their
rights, and the systemic solutions
providing for minority collective
empowerment which have led to social
harmony in other states.
"....we should listen seriously to the
arguments of this group..."
—Nationalism & Ethnic Politics.  
PALESTINE,
PALESTINIANS
AND
INTERNATIONAL
LAW
/
Francis A. Boyle
"Provides easy-to-read legal analysis
of some issues involved in the
Palestinian quest for freedom and
serves as a valuable historical (and
legal) record for those analyzing
Palestinian decision-making in the
late 1980s and early 1990s."
Journal of Palestine Studies

"This book is a must reading for all
those interested in the legal
background of the Palestinian-Israeli
conflict." —
Ghada Talhami, Arab
Studies Quarterly.
IN PURSUIT OF
THE RIGHT TO
SELF-
DETERMINATION
edited by
Y. N. Kly, D. Kly
preface by
Richard Falk
"More than any recent occasion, the
First International Conference on the
Right to Self-determination & the
United Nations, held in Geneva during
the millennial year 2000, dramatized
the range of claims and the severity of
suffering associated with their denial
under a variety of statist and
geopolitical pretexts... a truly historical
contribution..."
From the Preface by  –
Richard Falk

"This is a book with a purpose:  to
advance a proposal for considering
and resolving self-determination
conflicts."  
–Foreign Policy in Focus.  
In Pursuit of an
International Civil
Tribunal
on the Right to
Self-Determination
This second international conference
on the right to self-determination
sought to respond to deepening UN
acquiescence to the erosion of this
basic right, by seeking to re-enforce its
earlier understandings related to right
to self-determination, and the
institutional options for conflict
resolution and management between
groups within states. It addresses the
question of whether the establishment
of an International Civil Tribunal on the
Right to Self-determination might be
the most effective tool whereby
international civil society might facilitate
UN instruments and mechanisms as it
concerns the right to self-determination.
BOOK II
Al-Shabazz to
Barack Obama

/Y. N. Kly
The time has come for a realistic
political dialogue between the
American national minorities and the
dominant Anglo-American ethny. All
black officials in the United States
government are in the same position
as the president; they represent, first
of all, the majority’s interests.

The problematic in a so-called one-
nation one-state political thesis is:
the unique needs and interests of its
minorities, particularly its historically
oppressed national minorities?
UNITED IRELAND,
HUMAN RIGHTS
AND
INTERNATIONAL
/ Francis A. Boyle
Boyle has dealt with some of the most
difficult problems created by Britain’s
continued military occupation of six
northeast counties in Ireland.

This collection of articles examines
human rights issues in Ireland including
the decolonization of Northern Ireland,
the potato famine as British genocide,
the US-UK extradition treaty, the
application of the MacBride principles on
Northern Ireland, and united Ireland.
PALESTINIAN
RIGHT OF
RETURN
UNDER
INTERNATIONAL
Francis A. Boyle
Boyle has provided the leadership of
counsel, and representation at all
stages of the Middle East Peace
Process. Here, he elaborates what the
Palestinians must now do to realize
their international legal right of return, in
keeping with his startling perception of
Israel itself as nothing more than a
Jewish Bantustan.
A FLEETING
COUNTRY
The Last Days of the
LTTE De-facto State

N. Malathy
Foreword
Radha d'Souza
Little is known about the Tamil liberation
cause and struggle, as it has been widely
dismissed by global powers of all
persuasions—the USA, Russia, China
and India—each driven by their own
realpolitik concerns and self-interests.
This book, written by a Diaspora Tamil
engaged in human rights work in the
Tamil-controlled area of Vanni up until it
was overrun by Sri Lankan forces, provides
a compelling insider’s look at the
motivations, issues and complexities of
this largely secret civil war.
RIGHTS TO
HUMAN RIGHTS
AND SELF-
DETERMINATION?
Proceedings of the
IHRAAM Chicago
Conference
2012
American political thinkers in examining the
potential that international human rights law
self-determination might hold for African
American collective development within the
United States in the future.
Key representatives from the African American
popular leadership and intelligentsia flew into
Chicago from all corners–-California, Georgia,
Illinois, Mississippi, New York, South Carolina,
Washington, and Virginia—to assess, in this
context, where the African American struggle
had been, where it was now, and the direction
it had to go to move forward.
Copublished with International Human Rights
Association of American Minorities (IHRAAM)
THE COLONIAL
PRESENT
The Rule of
Ignorance and
the Role of Law
in British
Columbia

Kerry Coast
indigenous nations whose territories are
now considered a Canadian province
called British Columbia. Instead, a
breathtaking policy of criminalization and
assimilation has been vigorously carried
out against them. Present day
governments continue with processes
that, although recently re-named and
cosmetically improved, are
unconstitutional and prohibited by the
1948 Genocide Convention.  This book
documents the colonizer’s manufacture
of a new mythology to dehumanize the
original peoples and strip them of their
existence as nations.

RESTORING THE KINGDOM OF HAWAII
The Kanaka Maoli Route to Independence / Francis Boyle

Francis A. Boyle
This book serves as a guide for the pursuit of self-determination by occupied nations and
indigenous peoples who can no longer claim numerical majorities over the whole of their native
lands.  It incorporates insights derived from legal work Boyle has done for Palestine, Lithuania,
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Puerto Rico, Ireland and elsewhere around the world.  Francis Boyle
outlines what the Kanaka Maoli have done and must do to restore their state's independence, de
setting up governing structures and an economic system, to the sophisticated process of embarking
on establishing relationships with and gaining recognition by states

RESTORING THE KINGDOM OF HAWAII
The Kanaka Maoli Route to Independence / Francis Boyle

Francis A. Boyle
This book serves as a guide for the pursuit of self-determination by occupied nations and
indigenous peoples who can no longer claim numerical majorities over the whole of their native
lands.  It incorporates insights derived from legal work Boyle has done for Palestine, Lithuania,
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Puerto Rico, Ireland and elsewhere around the world.  Francis Boyle
outlines what the Kanaka Maoli have done and must do to restore their state's independence, de
setting up governing structures and an economic system, to the sophisticated process of embarking
on establishing relationships with and gaining recognition by states
THE LEGACY OF
IBO LANDING:
GULLAH ROOTS OF
AFRICAN AMERICAN
CULTURE
/ Marquetta L.
Goodwine
Gullah Vertamae Grosvenor, NPR.

paintings illustrating Gullah art, history,
fiction, recipes, social commentary,
language, and surveying the struggle
for cultural survival of this most African
of African American cultures. A voyage
of the soul to African Americans
American roots!

The Gullah-Geechee people ere not an
archival phenomenon, but a people
who seek to go on as they have done,
and to develop in their way.  This
anthology offers not only a rediscovery
of teh past, but a visit with the fragile
promise of the present.

    PRESERVING HBCUs BILLION DOLLAR LEGACY
    International Law, Self-Determination and the Right to Institutions /
    International Human Rights Association of American Minorities

    HBCUs have the potential to be a key set of institutions facilitating African American self-
    determination within the United States. They are already a recognized entitlement,
    reflecting the historical systemic existence of African Americans as a people.  Crossing all
    local and state boundaries without conflicting with these legal jurisdictions, they show
    how it is possible to institutionalize African American rule-making powers and policy
    development directed towards their own unique needs. This book represents IHRAAM
    efforts from 2014-2015 to contextualize the struggle to save HBCUs within the context of
    the international minority right to institutions, and to stimulate debate and discussion
    within the HBCU and African American community as well as within government and the
    international community as to the value and applicability of international norms when
    seeking to resolve the ongoing disproportionately negative standing of African Americans
    in social indicators measuring well being—despite their having achieved de jure civil
    rights for nearly half a century.
THE TAMIL
GENOCIDE IN SRI
LANKA
/ Francis A.
Boyle

SECOND
EDITION

This  second  edition  traces  
the  ongoing  engagement in the
Sri Lankan conflict of Professor
Francis A. Boyle, an eminent
American expert in international
law, from the conflict’s last
years to the present pursuit of
UN recognition of the Tamil
genocide and call for
reparations. It is the first book to
develop an authoritative case for
genocide against the
Government of Sri Lanka
under international law.
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