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BY staff | St. Paul, MN | 8/27/08
These are statements from some of the many people who will protest against the Republican National Convention in St. Paul, MN on September 1-4, 2008.
BY Michael Graham | College Park, MD | 8/27/08
Students for a Democratic Society held their Third National Convention this summer in College Park, Maryland.
BY staff | St. Paul, MN | 8/12/08
Anti-war, low-income, labor and student activists have mounted a new legal challenge to Saint Paul’s policy of curtailing protests at the Republican National Convention.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 6/08/08
Setp 1 at the RNC: We will march to be heard, we will march to stop the war and we will march to show the world that real opposition exists to the Republican agenda.
BY Eric Gardner | Los Angeles, CA | 5/20/08
Chanting, “Regents, regents, can’t you see? You’re creating poverty!” 16 student activists from UCLA Students for a Democratic Society, the UCLA Student Worker Front and other University of California campuses temporarily brought a meeting of the University of California Regents to a halt May 14 to protest a hike in student fees.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 5/11/08
On the April 17, a coalition of campus peace groups led by Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) held a protest against the U.S. war on Iraq.
BY Coalition to March on the RNC and Stop the War | United States | 5/09/08
We are seeking an injunction that forces the City of Saint Paul to issue permits for our anti-war march on Republican National Convention September 1.
BY Chapin Gray | Tuscaloosa, AL | 5/06/08
Applause and cheers erupted in the courtroom at the Tuscaloosa County Courthouse, May 2, when the judge threw out the charges against four anti-war protesters.
BY staff | Chapel Hill, NC | 5/04/08
Sarah Hirsch is a member of Student Action with Workers and a part-time student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
BY Kosta Harlan | Chapel Hill, NC | 5/04/08
A 16-day sit-in at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) administration building came to a dramatic close on Friday May 2, when Chancellor Moeser ordered UNC police to arrest five of the protesters.
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