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BY Colombia Action Network | Chicago, IL | 4/05/04
Fight Back! received the following report from the Colombia Action Network (Chicago).
BY Tom Burke | United States | 3/23/04
The Colombia Action Network gathered here March 8 to develop the campaign to boycott Coca-Cola, in defense of Colombian trade unionists.
BY Joe Iosbaker | Champaign-Urbana, IL | 12/01/03
A protest by University of Illinois students shut down a meeting of the Board of Trustees in November.
Mascot, Rascism
BY Jackson Potter | Chicago, IL | 12/01/00
On November 17, 300 students and community activists protested against police brutality at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
BY Manuel Morales | Oakland, CA | 5/20/00
The Power of the youth, don't stop, don't stop," chanted hundreds of students at the statewide youth conference held at Oakland's Freemont High School, May 6.
BY Mick Kelly | Iowa City, IA | 4/04/00
March 27, students marched on the house of the University of Iowa's President to protest the use of sweatshop labor used to make clothing with the U of I logo.
BY Bob Hemauer | Madison, WI | 4/01/00
Under a banner that read, "The Whole World is Watching," fifty-four students, workers and concerned community members slept in the office of University of Wisconsin Chancellor, David Ward.
BY Kathy Kleckner | Seattle, WA | 12/15/99
In a massive demonstration of power, tens of thousands of trade unionists, environmentalists, youth, and anti-imperialist activists shut down the city of Seattle and the meeting of the World Trade Organization (WTO).
BY Joe Mingle | Madison, WI | 7/31/99
Businesses that rely on sweatshop labor are not welcome in our community," said Bob Hemauer, UW-Madison student and member of the Student Labor Action Coalition (SLAC).
BY Joe Mingle | Madison, WI | 4/01/99
Students scored a major victory in February, when a five-day sit-in at the administration building forced UW Chancellor David Ward to meet demands for the University to take a stronger position against sweatshop labor.
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