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BY Students for a Democratic Society | Florida | 7/15/22
On July 2nd, less than 100 Patriot Front members from across the country convened in Boston for a march through the downtown.
BY Jonce Palmer | Denver, CO | 7/10/22
A group of 25 community members and students of Auraria campus gathered at the César E. Chávez Memorial Building, July 7, outside the office of Senator Michael Bennet.
Denver SDS
BY Joe Iosbaker | Chicago, IL | 6/05/22
On June 2, 250 students at Little Village Lawndale High School (LVLHS) in Chicago walked out of school to demand “Police out!”
BY Jake Holtzman | Austin, TX | 5/07/22
In the middle of thunderstorms and a tornado watch, around 200 people gathered in central Austin, May 5, for a march and rally for abortion rights called by U.T. Austin student groups, Students for a Democratic Society and the Feminist Action Project.
BY Regina Joseph | Tallahassee, FL | 5/06/22
Hours after the leak from U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel Alito, hundreds of Tallahassee residents gathered at the Florida Supreme Court building, May 4, to rally for abortion rights and reproductive freedom.
BY Aodhan Bowman | Appleton, WI | 5/06/22
Local groups rallied in Houdini Plaza in the early afternoon on May 1 to celebrate International Workers’ Day.
May Day
BY Mark Napieralski | Arlington, TX | 4/18/22
On April 6, the last of the impeachment hearings against then-Vice President Thomason Clayton was held regarding his harassing and misogynistic attitudes towards female coworkers during his tenure as vice president of the student government of the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA).
BY Staff | Arlington, TX | 4/10/22
On April 5, the second student government bigot, a member of the conservative group Turning Point USA, had their impeachment trial in the student senate.
BY Staff | Arlington, TX | 4/10/22
On April 4 and 5, the University of Texas at Arlington held its semester student elections.
BY Mark Napieralski | Arlington, TX | 4/06/22
April 4 was a great victory for the student movement at the University of Texas at Arlington. The impeachment proceedings against Caitlyn Burge-Surles, the racist Turning Point USA leader and then-president of student government, happened with over 50 people in attendance both inside and outside the student government chambers.
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