Friday July 25, 2014
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BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 9/17/05
More than 50 people demonstrated here at the Federal Building Sept. 15 to demand justice for the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
BY staff | Houston, TX | 9/16/05
Today was one of the hottest, stickiest days in Houston since the evacuees arrived last week.
BY staff | Houston, TX | 9/12/05
Requests for American Red Cross assistance surged beyond its capacity to deliver Sunday afternoon at the new St. Agnes Baptist Church for the second day in a row.
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BY staff | Houston, TX | 9/10/05
The fight for survival goes on in Houston.
BY staff | Houston, TX | 9/09/05
Houston, Texas - Hundreds more New Orleaneans came to the Astrodome today seeking help. Yet many were turned away at the security gate and given nothing.
BY Fight Back! Editors | United States | 9/08/05
We demand justice for the people in Houston and others scattered across the South by Hurricane Katrina. Hurricane Katrina demonstrates the power of nature and the weakness of U.S. society. Not all of the disaster is natural - much of it is manmade and preventable. In fact, it is an unnatural disaster.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 9/01/05
We express great sadness and extend our solidarity to all who have lost loved ones and their homes in the great disaster that has struck the South and New Orleans in particular.
BY staff | Newark, NJ | 5/21/05
Fight Back! talked on May 8 with Elizabeth (Bonnie) Moore, whose son Rasheed, 26, was killed in January by Newark, NJ police officer Thomas Ruane (see Fight Back! March/April 2005.) Fight Back! also talked with Earl Williams, whose son Earl Faison was killed by Orange, NJ policemen in April of 1999.
BY Arthur Henson | Newark, NJ | 2/09/05
Rasheed Fuquan Moore, 26, was killed Jan. 24 by Newark police officer Thomas Ruane in a 12:30 a.m. shooting incident. In the same incident, Ruane’s partner, officer Nicholas Popolizio, shot Richard Guy, 26, in the leg.
BY staff | Georgia | 8/05/04
An important blow against racism and reaction was struck in Georgia, July 20. Cynthia McKinney's victory in Georgia’s 4th congressional district in the Democratic primaries means it is almost certain that her courageous voice will be heard again inside the halls of Congress.
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