Wednesday December 12, 2018
| Last update: Tuesday at 10:01 PM
BY Chase Gordon | Tampa, FL | 10/19/18
Tampa Bay Students for Democratic Society (SDS) held an immigration panel at the University of South Florida October 15, as part of their ongoing campaign for USF administration to not comply with federal immigration efforts on campus.
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BY Staff | Tampa, FL | 10/10/18
Over 30 University of South Florida students protested the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, Oct. 9. The demonstration occurred at the Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza on USF Tampa’s campus and was hosted by Tampa Bay SDS. Chants at the protest included “We believe her, we believe Christine!” and “Hell no, we won’t budge! We don’t want a rapist judge!”
BY staff | Denver, CO | 10/06/18
On October 4, Denver Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) joined a nationwide protest against Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation, which is scheduled for Saturday.
BY Chrisley Carpio | Tampa, FL | 10/05/18
On October 4, over 20 students protested at the University of South Florida against the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh for a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court.
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BY Staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/05/18
On October 4, youth and community members across the country participated in a national day of action to protest Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, and to support survivors of sexual violence.
BY Mark Napieralski | Arlington, TX | 10/03/18
University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) has a bust, and the University Center named, in honor of one of its first Presidents – Ernest H. Hereford.
BY Will Blake | Tampa, FL | 9/02/18
Members from Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) from the Universities of South Florida (USF) and North Florida (UNF) held a Black Lives Matter event, Aug. 30, at the campus of USF.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 5/15/18
On May 3, around two dozen people gathered to protest the increased militarization of the University of Minnesota Police Department.
BY staff | Madison, WI | 5/10/18
Madison, WI - On May 9, dozens of students, faculty, campus workers and supporters gathered on the steps of the capitol building just off of State Street in Madison, to protest the continued attacks against public education.
BY Jessica Schwartz | New York, NY | 5/08/18
On May 6, a group of activists from various organizations followed up their celebration of Karl Marx’s birthday by meeting up with students at The New School to show their solidarity with the cafeteria occupation and the food service workers.
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