Saturday July 20, 2019
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BY Bill Aiman | Tampa, FL | 6/27/16
About 20 student activists from Tampa Bay Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) came together, June 24, to speak out against the Orlando shooting, homophobia and Islamophobia.
BY Regina Joseph | Tallahassee, FL | 6/16/16
On June 14, close to 200 people gathered on the steps of the Old Capitol to honor the LGBTQIA people killed and wounded in a vicious homophobic attack at Pulse nightclub on June 12.
BY Michela Martinazzi | New York, NY | 6/13/16
On June 12, at 6 p.m., over 600 people gathered at the steps of the historic Stonewall Inn to mourn the lives lost in the Orlando Massacre that happened earlier that day.
BY Charla Schlueter | Asheville, NC | 5/15/16
Dozens of people came out to protest Governor Pat McCory’s bigotry law HB2, May 14.
BY Theresa Nielson | Salt Lake City, Utah | 5/03/16
On May 1, 100 people gathered at the Salt Lake City and County Building to celebrate, table and rally for International Workers Day.
BY Elizabeth Kramer | Tampa, FL | 4/03/16
Over 30 students gathered for a vigil, March 29, in remembrance of the LGBTQIA+ people murdered by U.S. militarism.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 8/14/15
On August 9, hundreds of activists and intellectuals gathered at Northrop mall on the University of Minnesota -Twin Cities campus for a memorial rally and march in honor of Jesús Estrada-Pérez, who passed away earlier that week.
BY staff | Arlington, TX | 8/11/15
On August 10, Mothers Against Police Brutality held a vigil for Christian Taylor outside the police department here. About 100 people attended.
BY staff | San Jose, CA | 6/26/15
Steff Yorek, the Political Secretary of Freedom Road Socialist Organization, responded to the Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality, June 26 stating, “Today the Supreme Court made marriage equality the law of the land.
BY staff | Tallahassee, FL | 4/30/15
On April 28, the Florida House of Representatives adjourned the legislative session for this year. This marks an end to the hearings on House Bill 583, more commonly known as the ‘Bathroom Bill.’ This bill gained notoriety over the past few months for its attempt to criminalize transgender people. It would make using the bathroom that does not correspond to the sex one was assigned at birth a second-degree misdemeanor. Transgender people would face up to a year in prison and a fine of $1000 simply for using the bathroom.
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