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BY Kosta Harlan | Washington, DC | 9/21/07
Over 20,000 demonstrators marched in Washington, DC, on Sept. 15 to protest the U.S. occupation of Iraq.
BY Kosta Harlan | Chapel Hill, NC | 9/16/07
Campus and city workers, union organizers and students held a press conference at the university here, Sept. 13, to denounce University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill administration’s censorship of an article on collective bargaining.
BY staff | Twin Cities, MN | 9/13/07
University faculty and students held a press conference, Sept. 11, to decry disruptions caused by the strike and demand the University come back to the table with a fair wage offer.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 9/08/07
Over 650 people turned out to a rally held by striking AFSCME workers on the plaza of McNamara Alumni Center on September 7
BY Eric Gardner | Detroit, MI | 8/09/07
The new Students for a Democratic Society has just completed its second annual National Convention in Detroit.
BY staff | United States | 6/16/07
In March, U.S. antiwar activist and Freedom Road Socialist Organization member Kosta Harlan on speaking tour after attending a historic international solidarity conference in Italy with leaders of the Iraqi resistance
BY staff | Butner, NC | 4/19/07
More than 80 students and civil rights activists rallied here, March 24, to protest the U.S. government’s indefinite imprisonment of Dr. Sami al-Arian.
BY Josh Sykes | United States | 3/21/07
“Stop the war, yes we can! SDS is back again!” was a popular chant heard around the country as students in high schools and colleges walked out of classes, held rallies, marches, teach-ins and other creative actions in response to the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) call for national coordinated student actions on March 20, the fourth anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq War.
BY Brad Sigal | United States | 3/14/07
At colleges and high schools across the country, students are building for a day of protests on March 20 against the U.S. war in Iraq.
BY Chapin Gray | Tuscaloosa, AL | 3/11/07
Over a dozen students from the Tuscaloosa chapter of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), wearing ‘bloody’ t-shirts, staged a die-in March 6, lying sprawled on concrete in the hot sun for over half an hour to draw attention to the massive number of casualties in the Iraq war.
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