Wednesday April 23, 2014
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BY Kati McIntyre | Chicago, IL | 3/04/11
Students in over 20 cities, including over a dozen SDS chapters, from Florida to California rallied on March 2 in support of education rights and unions in Wisconsin as part of a national day of action for accessible education.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 3/03/11
Over 1500 students and workers walked out Mar. 2 at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in protest of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's plan to destroy public sector unions and slash funding for public education.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 3/02/11
Over fifty students and youth are currently occupying the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (UWM) and the numbers of occupiers are still growing. Milwaukee students are occupying UWM in solidarity with the global resistance to capitalism that is spreading the globe from Egypt to Madison.
BY staff | State Capitol | 2/27/11
At 7:40 p.m. this evening, Feb. 27, a spokesperson for the Teaching Assistants’ Association told assembled protesters occupying the Wisconsin state capitol building that police will not make arrests tonight.
BY Students for a Democratic Society | State Capitol | 2/27/11
Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) stands in support of the protesters occupying the Capitol Building in Wisconsin today.
BY staff | Madison, WI | 2/27/11
150,000 strong, union members and students flooded the state capitol on Feb. 26, the strongest showing yet to oppose Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's all out assault on public sector unions.
BY staff | Madison, WI | 2/22/11
Inside and out, the Capitol Building is loud and crowded. It's the eighth day of protests against Governor Scott Walker's ‘budget repair bill’ and every night, thousands of students and workers occupy the Capitol Building. The people of Wisconsin are showing determination to kill the bill.
BY J Burger | Wisconsin State Capitol | 2/17/11
Thousands of people are filing into the Capitol Building to protest Governor Scott Walker’s Budget Repair Bill. As of noon today, the Capitol is full on all floors and more just keep coming.
BY Mike Gold | Milwaukee, WI | 2/17/11
3000 students at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) walked out of classes at noon, Feb. 17 to protest Governor Scott Walker’s proposed union busting bill, which would effectively ban public sector unions from being able to collectively bargain. Students at colleges and high schools across the state organized walkouts and many school districts were shut down by teacher absences.
BY staff | United States | 2/17/11
Students for a Democratic Society stands in solidarity with the workers and students of Wisconsin who are taking a stand against Republican Governor Scott Walker’s attack on the right of public workers to bargain collectively. SDS is calling on all students and youth in Wisconsin to protest and walk out, and for solidarity from students all over the country. Like Californian protests last year, Wisconsin is standing up and fighting back!
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