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2014

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8/21/14 Newark protests police murder of Michael Brown Newark, NJ
8/21/14 Tallahassee demands Justice for Michael Brown Tallahassee, Fl
8/21/14 Tallahassee demands Justice for Michael Brown Tallahassee, Fl
8/20/14 Miami protest demands: ‘Justice for Michael Brown’ Miami, FL
8/20/14 Salt Lake City says no to killer police Salt Lake City, UT
8/19/14 PFLP salutes the Black struggle in the US: The Empire will fall from within Palestine
8/19/14 Milwaukee protest stands in solidarity with Ferguson Milwaukee, WI
8/18/14 Savannah stands in solidarity with Gaza Savannah, GA
8/18/14 Governor Nixon sending National Guard to Ferguson Ferguson, MO
8/18/14 PFLP to help rebuild Gaza Gaza, Palestine
8/18/14 Florida Gaza supporters show solidarity with the people of Ferguson Miami, FL
8/17/14 Police, state troopers attack protesters in Ferguson, MO Ferguson, MO
8/17/14 Jacksonville marches for Michael Brown Jacksonville, FL
8/17/14 Grand Rapids gathers for Michael Brown and solidarity with Ferguson protests Grand Rapids, MI
8/17/14 Tampa groups protest in solidarity with Mike Brown Tampa, FL
8/16/14 Missouri Gov. Nixon proclaims ‘state of emergency’ in Ferguson Ferguson, MO
8/16/14 Cops use tear gas, attack Ferguson protest demanding justice for Michael Brown Ferguson, MO
8/15/14 Tonight’s protest in Ferguson: “No Justice, no peace!" Ferguson, MO
8/15/14 Jacksonville builds for Michael Brown march Jacksonville, FL
8/15/14 Protestors continue in Ferguson, police accused of slandering Michael Brown Ferguson, MO
8/15/14 After midnight in Ferguson, more than 1000 in the streets against killer cops Ferguson, MO
8/14/14 Michigan vigil for Michael Brown of Ferguson, MO Grand Rapids, MI
8/14/14 Protests ongoing in Ferguson, demanding ‘Justice for Michael Brown’ Ferguson, MO
8/14/14 PFLP: “We are all resistance” campaign organizes youth activities in Maghazi camp Gaza, Palestine
8/14/14 Minnesotans say “No new U.S. war in Iraq” St. Pauls, Minnesota
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