Wednesday October 1, 2014
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Oppressed Nationalities

Carlos Montes | San Juan, Puerto Rico | 1/22/07
Enthusiastically chanting, “Sí se puede!” hundreds of Latinos from across the U.S. came together here for the historic founding convention of the SEIU...
Brad Sigal | New York, NY | 12/18/06
The New York Police Department is on the defensive because of mass outrage over the police’s murder of Sean Bell. Bell, a 23-year old unarmed African...
CUNY, Morales, Shakur
Naomi Nakamura | San Jose, CA | 12/01/06
More than 80 people gathered at the San Jose Buddhist Church Oct. 22 to learn about U.S. Army First Lieutenant Ehrin Watada, the first commissioned...
Brad Sigal | | 11/16/06
A summary of the rebellion in Oaxaca led by APPO against the corrupt government.
Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 11/13/06
The midterm elections represented a defeat of historic proportions for the Bush administration.
staff | North Carolina | 11/02/06
Saladin Muhammad is a veteran leader of the labor and African American liberation movements in North Carolina. He is responsible for coordinating...
staff | North Carolina | 10/31/06
Saladin Muhammad is a veteran leader of the labor and African American liberation movements in North Carolina.
Kosta Harlan | Raleigh, NC | 10/28/06
Raleigh sanitation workers changed tactics, after months of protests to city management fell on deaf ears.
Carlos Reyes | San José, CA | 9/15/06
San Jose, CA - More than 10,000 people marched here on Labor Day, to continue the struggle for immigrant’s rights.
Brad Sigal | St. Paul, MN | 9/06/06
St. Paul, MN - Over 1,000 people marched on the West Side of Saint Paul on Labor Day to demand legalization for immigrant workers and workers' rights...