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BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/19/09
On Oct. 17, 400 people joined a Minneapolis anti-war protest as part of a national day of peace actions that saw anti-war events in 50 cities across the U.S. on the weekend of Oct. 17-18.
BY Jared Cruz | Iraq | 4/01/09
The Iraqi people have opened a new chapter in their struggle to end the U.S. occupation.
BY Chapin Gray | Washington, DC | 3/28/09
People across the country took to the streets to protest on the sixth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
BY staff | St. Paul, MN | 3/24/09
A coalition of Twin Cities area organizations marked the sixth anniversary of U.S. military combat operations in Iraq with a march and rally of about 500 people, March 21, calling for an immediate end to the U.S. wars and occupations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 1/19/09
On January 14, a jury found a group of seven anti-war protesters not guilty of trespassing at a Minneapolis National Guard recruiting office last March.
BY Kosta Harlan | Iraq | 11/20/08
Iraqis condemn the status of Forces Agreement set to continue the occupation.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/16/08
Over 200 people joined a anti-war protest here Oct. 11.
BY staff | St Paul, MN | 9/27/08
The first lawsuit resulting from police violence at the Republican National Convention was announced at a press conference in front of Saint Paul City Hall, Sept. 26.
BY Brad Sigal | St. Paul, MN | 9/12/08
On the final day of the Republican National Convention, Sept. 4, over 1000 protesters took to the streets to deliver a strong anti-war message while John McCain was speaking.
BY Daniel Ginsberg | Cedarburg, WI | 9/09/08
One day after the protests against the Republican National Convention in Saint Paul, Minnesota, Sept. 5, members of the Progressive Students of Milwaukee caught wind that Republican presidential and vice-presidential candidates John McCain and Sarah Palin, were headed to Cedarburg, Wisconsin, a Republican stronghold town of 11,000, for a rally.
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