Tuesday November 20, 2018
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BY Carlos Reyes | San Francisco, CA | 9/06/06
On Saturday, August 12th, thousands of people marched through the streets of San Francisco chanting “One-Two-Three-Four, We don’t want your racist war! Five-Six-Seven-Eight, Israel is a terrorist state!” to protest the Israeli invasion of Lebanon.
BY Eric Gardner | Bogotá, Colombia | 9/01/06
U.S. anti-war activists traveled to Colombia in July on a human rights delegation organized by the Colombia Action Network.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | Lebanon | 8/01/06
Israel has added another offense to its long roster of crimes by attacking Lebanon.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 7/19/06
In a racist defense of Israel’s attacks on Lebanon and Gaza, the Jewish United Fund rallied here July 17 at the Federal Plaza.
BY Fight Back! Editors | United States | 6/01/06
For 20 years, Iraqi American Sami Rasouli lived in Minneapolis, Minnesota, as a peace activist and restaurant owner.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 5/01/06
More than 500 students, teachers, union members and parents rallied and marched here, March 17 to demand an end to the U.S. occupation of Iraq, that military recruiters get out of schools and to call for a stop to attacks on immigrants
BY Kosta Harlan | Atlanta, GA | 4/20/06
In one of the largest anti-war rallies in the South, upwards of 4000 protesters - students, Black civil rights activists, trade unionists and military veterans - marched in Atlanta, April 1, demanding, “Peace in Iraq, justice at home!”
BY Tracy Molm | United States | 3/25/06
To mark the third anniversary of the war, and now occupation, of Iraq, people around the globe marched, calling for U.S. troops to leave immediately.
BY Eric Gardner | Asheville, NC | 3/23/06
The chant, “U.S. out of Iraq! Let them have their country back!” echoed off the buildings of downtown Asheville as a spirited group of over 100 students, young people, workers and veterans marched through the city to say no to Bush’s war.
BY Josh Sykes | Washington, D.C. | 3/10/06
Over 500 students, trade unionists and solidarity activists gathered here, March 4 - 6, for the National Venezuela Solidarity Conference.
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