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BY World Federation of Trade Unions | France | 5/27/16
Fight Back News is circulating the following May 23 statement from the World Federation of Trade Unions.
BY Communist Party of Greece (KKE) | Athens, Greece | 7/11/15
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following July 11 statement from the Communist party of Greece (KKE).
BY staff | Los Angeles, California | 12/11/11
Hundreds marched here Dec. 10, protesting “Secure Communities,” the Immigration Custom Enforcement/police program that attacks poor and working class immigrants, mostly Mexican and Central American, who are caught up in traffic or other minor infractions.
BY staff | Pittsburgh, PA | 9/23/09
A powerful march for jobs filled the streets here, Sept. 20, in the first major protest before the G-20 summit.
BY staff | Chapel Hill, NC | 5/04/08
Sarah Hirsch is a member of Student Action with Workers and a part-time student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
BY Kosta Harlan | Chapel Hill, NC | 5/04/08
A 16-day sit-in at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) administration building came to a dramatic close on Friday May 2, when Chancellor Moeser ordered UNC police to arrest five of the protesters.
BY Kosta Harlan | Chapel Hill, NC | 4/18/08
Eight students are risking arrest by sitting in at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) administration headquarters, April 17, demanding that Chancellor Moeser take a stand in opposing the production of UNC clothing by sweatshop labor.
BY staff | United States | 4/10/08
Meredith Aby, a leader of the Colombia Action Network slammed the Bush administration’s Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Colombia stating, “We should oppose the Free Trade Agreement with Colombia because it is an attempt by Bush to promote corporate interests at the expense of the working people of Colombia.
BY Chapin Gray | Birmingham, AL | 9/16/07
On July 26, Drummond Co., a Birmingham-based coal company, was found ‘not liable’ in the deaths Colombian trade unionists Valmore Locarno and Victor Orcasita - the head of a union local and his deputy - as well as the next union president Gustavo Soler.
BY Jim Toweill | Birmingham, AL | 7/16/07
"Who is a terrorist? Drummond is a terrorist!" rang through downtown here, July 9 as members of Students for a Democratic Society at Tuscaloosa and Birmingham peace activists marched towards the Federal Courthouse to demand justice for the three Colombian trade unionists murdered in 2001 and 2002.
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