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  • Angelica Lara from the Ayotzinapa Student Front
    Alicia Boyd, Brooklyn Anti-Gentrification Network Angelica Lara from the Ayotzinapa Student Front IWWD Coalition Co-chair Candice Sering; Bernadette Ellorin, BAYANUSA; Shagaysia Diamond, Audre Lorde Project/TransJustice Darlene Bryant Elma Relian City Councilwoman Inez . . .
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    Since the 18-month season of bourgeois national elections in the United States has already started, it’s not surprising that an agreement negotiated between the Iranian government and the P5+1 — the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council plus . . .
  • pride-at-work
    Orlando, Fla. — A lot of pride and fightback energy was on display at the “Triennial Convention of Pride at Work, AFL-CIO,” in Orlando, Fla., on Aug. 26-28. Pride at Work is the official lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer constituency group of the . . .
  • days-of-grace
    A large demonstration and strategy conference that is being called the “Days of Grace” is expected to take place in Charleston, S.C., on Sept. 5 and 6. The gathering will honor the nine parishioners from the Mother Emanuel AME Church who were murdered by a white . . .
  • katrina_0910
    It has been a decade since the people of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast were dislocated due to the federal government’s failure to protect their communities and rebuild them after Hurricane Katrina. Approximately 1,800 people died in New Orleans alone during the . . .
  • till_0910
    During the height of the 1960s Civil Rights Movement in the South,  activists like Jimmy Lee Jackson, Medgar Evers, Viola Liuzzo, James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, Michael Schwerner, the Rev. James Reeb and others lost their lives to KKK violence.  But the reaction to . . .
  • syria_0910
    The Syrian American Forum mobilized people to gather in Copley Square in Boston to call on the Obama administration to help end the ongoing war in Syria. A group of Syrians and their supporters demonstrated on Aug. 29 outside of the Boston Public Library to demand . . .
  • detroit_0910
    A People’s Assembly and Speakout were held on Aug. 29 in downtown Detroit at Grand Circus Park. The event was called by the Moratorium NOW! Coalition and endorsed by other community organizations. While the event lasted over three hours, so many people requested to . . .


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