BY staff | Jacksonville, Fl | 12/16/14
On Dec. 15, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office returned some of the phones they seized from the 19 protesters who shut down the Hart Bridge last week.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 12/15/14
The Freedom Road Socialist Organization is pleased to present the Main Political Report, voted on and passed at our 7th Congress in the summer.
BY Jonathan Waring | Gainesville, Fl | 12/15/14
On Dec. 12, students and community members blocked the entrances to a basketball game between the University of Florida (UF) and Texas Southern University.
BY staff | Jacksonville, FL | 12/13/14
On Dec. 7, about 50 members of the Jacksonville Progressive Coalition attended the second annual People's Potluck. The event brings activists together before the holidays to look back on the year's accomplishments, enjoy a live rap show and eat good food.
BY Michela Martinazzi | Gainesville, Fl | 12/10/14
350 people, mostly students, marched from the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in downtown Gainesville to the intersection of University Avenue and 13th Street.
BY staff | Saint Paul, MN | 12/04/14
More than 100 people protested in front of the Mexican Consulate on Dec. 3, calling for an end to ‘Plan México’ and all U.S. aid that goes to the Mexican military and police, because of their rampant repression and human rights abuses against the people of Mexico.
BY Joe Iosbaker | Chicago, IL | 11/25/14
The 23rd annual People’s Thanksgiving, a celebration of the past year of struggle in Chicago, was held here Nov. 22.
BY staff | Tampa, Fl | 9/26/14
A rally by immigrant rights activists on Sept. 25 stopped the planned next-day deportation of David Sanchez.
BY Fight Back! Editors | United States | 9/23/14
Regular readers of Fight Back! know that on Sept. 24, 2010, Midwest anti-war and international solidarity activists woke to loud banging on their front doors and were confronted with scores of FBI agents breaking things and rifling through children’s toys and books.
BY Jessica Schwartz | Tampa, Fl | 9/15/14
70 people gathered at the First United Church of Tampa, Sept. 13, to hear speakers on FBI repression of Arab, Muslim and anti-war activists in the U.S. Topics discussed included entrapment, preemptive prosecution and solitary confinement. Over 80,000 people are currently under solitary confinement, a reality for many political prisoners in the U.S.