BY staff | Tallahassee, FL | 9/19/12
Students at Florida colleges are making the issue of voter suppression a top priority this fall.
BY Daniel Ginsberg | Oak Creek, WI | 8/10/12
Thousands gathered at Oak Creek High School here, August 10, for the memorial of the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin massacre victims.
BY Brad Sigal | Puerto Rico | 7/10/12
On June 30 the Puerto Rican legislature approved a new Penal Code that includes sharp restrictions on a broad range of civil liberties and rights.
BY Chance Zombor | Milwaukee, WI | 4/08/12
Occupy the Hood, Milwaukee began a new program they call “Urban Community Based Physical Training.”
BY David Hoskins | Selma, AL | 3/13/12
Thousands of protesters gathered here, March 4 to kick off a five-day march to Montgomery.
BY Committee to Stop FBI Repression | North Carolina | 1/22/12
The Committee to Stop FBI Repression condemns the sentencing last week of three young Muslim men in North Carolina to between 15 and 45 years in prison each.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 1/17/12
Organized by Occupy the Hood, about 250 people joined a Martin Luther King Day march here, Jan. 16.
BY staff | Los Angeles, California | 12/11/11
Hundreds marched here Dec. 10, protesting “Secure Communities,” the Immigration Custom Enforcement/police program that attacks poor and working class immigrants, mostly Mexican and Central American, who are caught up in traffic or other minor
BY Chance Zombor | Milwaukee, WI | 11/11/11
On Nov. 12 “Occupy the Hood” and “Decolonize the Hood / Descolonizar el Barrio” will march for Black & Brown Power! At 1:00 pm on Saturday, the South Side will rally on 27th Street and National Avenue, near M&I Bank, while the North Side rallies on 26th Street and Wisconsin Avenue, near US Bank.
BY Chance Zombor | Waukesha, WI | 10/27/10
Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), along with other student groups, held a Speak Out Against Racism! demonstration in response to a recent rise of white supremacist graffiti on the University of Wisconsin-Waukesha campus. The graffiti included swastikas and the initials “KKK.” The graffiti had previously been addressed by the university administration only with a mass email warning of a possible “written reprimand, loss of a privilege, or community service” for the perpetrator.