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BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 6/13/17
This evening, June 12, 50 people gathered at the site of last night's police shooting on Milwaukee’s lakefront.
BY Marty Branyon | Minneapolis, MN | 6/13/17
Judge Hilary Caliguiri approved a deal today, June 12, between Hennepin County prosecutors and Nathan Gustavsson, one of the white supremacists involved in the November 2015 shooting of five Black men at a protest demanding justice for Jamar Clark.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 6/12/17
At dusk on the evening of June 11, a Milwaukee police officer shot, in front of hundreds of beachgoers, two unarmed African Americans who were driving a vehicle down the lakefront.
BY staff | Jacksonville, FL | 6/09/17
Four of the five activists beaten and arrested by police at an April anti-war protest spoke out at a press conference, June 5, held outside the Duval County Courthouse.
BY staff | Houston, TX | 6/07/17
Assembling at the Guadalupe Plaza, angry family members and supporters marched through downtown Houston, June 7, demanding justice for John Hernandez.
BY staff | Jacksonville, FL | 6/04/17
Around 30 members of the Northside Coalition and the Jacksonville Progressive Coalition (JPC) rallied in downtown Jacksonville, June 1, for community control of the police.
BY Fernando Figueroa | Jacksonville, FL | 6/02/17
Activists in Jacksonville Florida have a lot to celebrate after the Florida Times Union reported June 1 that the state attorney was dropping the remaining charges on the #Jax5.
BY Sol Marquez | Los Angeles, CA | 5/23/17
On the blistering hot Saturday morning, May 20, a group of angry activists chanted “Jail killer cops!” and “When Chicanos are under attack, what do we do? Stand up, fight back!”
BY staff | Jacksonville, FL | 5/18/17
On Wednesday, May 17, Adam Putnam, Florida Commissioner of Agriculture and Republican candidate for governor of Florida, spoke in Jacksonville Beach at a campaign event.
#Jax5, FreeJax5
BY Joe Iosbaker | Chicago, IL | 5/12/17
The Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression led the families of 17 wrongfully-convicted men to meet with Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx in February.
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