Tuesday March 26, 2019
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BY Brad Sigal | Saint Paul, MN | 3/01/19
Hundreds of immigrants and supporters filled the Minnesota State Capitol on February 28 for the first committee hearing of House File 1500, the ‘drivers license for all’ bill.
BY Tom Burke | Grand Rapids, MI | 2/28/19
The Grand Rapids Police Department was caught lying and covering up for Captain Curt VanderKooi this week.
BY Marisol Marquez | Los Angeles, CA | 2/27/19
The evening of February 22, a group of fiery protestors gathered at Mariachi Plaza in Boyle Heights, protesting Trump’s deceleration of a National Emergency for his wall.
BY Bryn Dayton | Salt Lake City, UT | 2/27/19
40 community members gathered on a cold Saturday afternoon, February 23, to protest Trump’s declaration of a national emergency on the U.S.-Mexico border.
BY staff | Oshkosh, WI | 2/22/19
On February 18, a group of Oshkosh activists and members of United Action Oshkosh (UAO) rallied in protest against Trump’s declaration of a National Emergency last week.
BY Regina Joseph | Tallahassee, FL | 2/22/19
Over twenty people gathered at the steps of Wescott at Florida State University, February 18, to demonstrate against Trump’s so-called ‘National Emergency.’
BY William Blake | Tampa, FL | 2/21/19
In the wake of President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency to get increased funding to the border wall, Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) at the University of South Florida (USF) held a rally to respond to the attacks on immigrants.
BY Wyatt Miller | Minneapolis, MN | 2/18/19
Hundreds of people poured into the streets on Saturday, February 16, to demonstrate against the latest escalation of President Trump’s anti-immigrant policies.
BY staff | Washington, D.C. | 2/16/19
Progressive organizations around the country are taking a stand against Trump’s declaration of a State of Emergency, which would divert federal funds towards building a wall on the border with Mexico.
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BY staff | Portland, OR | 2/16/19
City council members voted to leave the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) on February 13. After months of town halls and rallies organized by councilwoman Jo Ann Hardesty and activist groups in Portland, the amendment passed in a three to two vote. Mayor Ted Wheeler was one of the two voting to remain in the task force.
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