Thursday June 21, 2018
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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.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 2/01/00
Protesters who converged on Seattle for the meeting of the World Trade Organization did something really great, for the people of this country and peoples of the world.
BY Kathy Kleckner | Seattle, WA | 12/15/99
In a massive demonstration of power, tens of thousands of trade unionists, environmentalists, youth, and anti-imperialist activists shut down the city of Seattle and the meeting of the World Trade Organization (WTO).
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