Saturday December 15, 2018
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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.
BY staff | Birmingham, AL | 6/26/07
In northwestern Colombia in 2001, the president and vice president of the mining union Sintramienergetica were taken off a Drummond bus and shot to death by paramilitary death squads hired by the corporation.
BY staff | Washington, D.C. | 6/12/07
Advocates for the families of 173 people murdered in the banana-growing regions of Colombia filed suit, June 7, against Chiquita Brands International, in Federal District Court in Washington, D.C.
BY staff | North Carolina | 10/31/06
Saladin Muhammad is a veteran leader of the labor and African American liberation movements in North Carolina.
BY Tom Burke | Miami, FL | 12/01/03
Bush and the Free Trade of the Americas Agreement suffered a setback in Miami, Nov. 16 - 21.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 7/01/03
Tens of thousands of demonstrators will flood into Miami, Florida during the week of Nov. 18 to protest the Free Trade of the Americas Agreement (FTAA).
BY Adam Price | St. Paul, MN | 2/01/03
In 1967, the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. described the economic plight of African Americans: “Let us take a look at the size of the problem through the lens of the Negro’s status in 1967. When the Constitution was written, a strange formula to determine taxes and representation declared that the Negro was 60% of a person.
BY Carolyn Connelly | Netherlands | 7/01/01
Sparked by the battle of Seattle, and Professor Jose Maria Sison's call for greater coordination of the anti-globalization movement, the International League of Peoples' Struggle's founding conference took place in the Netherlands, May 25-27.
BY Mick Kelly | Iowa City, IA | 4/04/00
March 27, students marched on the house of the University of Iowa's President to protest the use of sweatshop labor used to make clothing with the U of I logo.
BY Bob Hemauer | Madison, WI | 4/01/00
Under a banner that read, "The Whole World is Watching," fifty-four students, workers and concerned community members slept in the office of University of Wisconsin Chancellor, David Ward.
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