Category Archive: S.U. Posts

Not Yet Free: A Statement from Phil After Arrest

There are those who hate the one who upholds justice in court     and detest the one who tells the truth. You levy a straw tax on the poor     and impose a tax on… Continue reading

Solidarity Uganda launches New Website

Thanks to the tech extraordinaire Mallory Wood, SolidarityUganda.org is up and running! With this new website comes a new support initiative.  This initiative makes it possible for people at ANY financial level to support… Continue reading

Language, Medicinal Worldview, “Development,” and Public Health

In leb Lango, the word “yat” is used for both “tree” and “medicine.” What does that say about a human being’s orientation toward his or her environment?  Obviously, trees are thought to be important.… Continue reading

Solidarity Uganda gets $.01 every time you search the web

Now every time you make a web search, you can benefit Solidarity Uganda! Follow these simple steps to set up your completely free account in less than a minute: 1) Visit http://www.goodsearch.com. 2)… Continue reading

Ugandan Youths Being Tortured at Central Police Station

The Jobless Brotherhood formed recently to protest peacefully against youth unemployment and advocate for a free democratic society in Uganda. Their first act was to stealthily release two yellow painted pigs into Parliament.… Continue reading

Fighting Fear Rhetoric through Interfaith Collaboration: A 9/11 Reflection

Some may believe that the United States is the only nation in which government officials and companies benefit from fear-mongering, especially on the anniversaries of tragic incidents such as those experienced on the… Continue reading

Radio Interview with a Co-Founder

A quirky 15-minute chat between Rick McVicker of Ink in Stereo and Phil Wilmot, a co-founder of Solidarity Uganda, discussing a range of topics ranging from romance to central Pennsylvania racism to human… Continue reading

Two Solidarity Uganda Co-Founders Recognized at Torch of Global Enlightenment

The World Affairs Council of Harrisburg (WACH), an organization focused on global diversity, interfaith cooperation, and peacemaking hosted the 2nd Annual Torch of Global Enlightenment Awards to honor organizations and individuals who have… Continue reading

I am selling (giving away) all these books:

The time has come to rid myself of books.  All profits will support Solidarity Uganda.  Must at least be able to pick them up (in Hanover or Harrisburg, PA) or pay for shipping.  Make… Continue reading

How a Documentary Film Will Protect Land in Uganda

Solidarity Uganda recently announced its documentary film project “Our Feet Are Rooted,” a film which will highlight Amuru residents’ nonviolent resistance to the theft of their land by oil and sugar corporations.  The… Continue reading