Thursday December 13, 2018
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BY staff | Tucson, AZ | 11/16/16
Thousands of students, community members and activist gathered and marched, Nov. 15, to protest President-elect Donald Trump on the University of Arizona campus.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 11/15/16
Over 3200 people took the streets here, Nov. 10, to voice their dissatisfaction with President-elect Donald Trump.
BY Carlos Montes | Los Angeles, CA | 11/15/16
Several thousand high school students walk out of over six schools to protest Trump.
BY Matt Boynton | Minneapolis, MN | 11/14/16
A group of more than 50 students, led by Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), took over the first floor of Coffman Memorial Union, the University of Minnesota’s student center, for a public demonstration and teach-in on issues of inequalities in education mid-day on Nov. 9.
BY Fabian Van Onzin | Houston, TX | 11/07/16
Over 30 people marched through downtown Houston on Nov. 5 to demand an end to police brutality.
BY Katherine Draken | Tallahassee, FL | 10/25/16
On Oct. 22, 30 students rallied at Florida State University (FSU) as part of a national day of protest against police brutality.
BY staff | West Chester, PA | 10/24/16
Pennsylvania college faculty won a new contract after three days on the picket lines and mobilizing support from students, parents and other sectors of support throughout the state.
BY Ian Gallagher | West Chester, PA | 10/20/16
At 11 a.m., the WCU student “Walk Out in Support of Faculty!” began. 500 students on campus shouted, “Students for faculty!” “Brogan is broken!” and “When unions are under attack what do we do? Stand up! Fight back!”
BY staff | Boston, MA | 10/10/16
Harvard, the world’s wealthiest university, saw its first workers’ strike in over 30 years this week as Harvard University Dining Service (HUDS). Food service workers, members of UNITE HERE Local 26 took to the picket lines on Oct. 5. Workers were in contract negotiations with the Harvard administration since the end of May. The administration is refusing to budge on key workers’ demands including equitable healthcare, year-round employment, and a racial justice task force to promote equality at work.
BY staff | Lufkin, TX | 10/08/16
Students at Angelina College (AC) held a rally and march to protest police crimes against the African American community on Oct. 5. The action began in front of the AC Student Center, with 20 students and faculty.
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