Thursday September 18, 2014
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BY Kosta Harlan | Raleigh, NC | 10/28/06
Raleigh sanitation workers changed tactics, after months of protests to city management fell on deaf ears.
BY Doug Michel | New Orleans, LA | 8/01/06
Instead of the usual Independence Day celebrations, over 350 New Orleans residents and activists gathered at the St. Bernard Housing Project in the Ninth Ward district to demand the right to return to their homes and to voice their opposition to the Iraq war.
BY Daniel Ginsberg | Chicago, IL | 6/01/06
Chicago, IL - Among the 700,000 people who took to the streets here for the May Day immigrants’ rights protest were anti-gentrification activists from the city’s South Side.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 1/10/06
“I feel about UIC like Kanye West said about George Bush: You don’t care about Black people,” snapped Lou Jones, state representative from Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood.
BY staff | Brunswick, GA | 12/06/05
On Dec. 1, the Glynn County Superior Court heard the Contest of Election filed by mayoral candidate Elaine Brown and granted Brown’s motion to continue.
BY staff | Brunswick, GA | 11/14/05
Mayoral candidate Elaine Brown vowed to continue the fight for a fair and free election and to empower black people.
BY Tom Burke | Brunswick, GA | 11/07/05
In a dramatic turnaround, Elaine Brown is back in the mayor’s race here. Brown’s re-entry as a write-in candidate was announced on the eve of election day, following a judge’s court ruling in her favor.
BY Tom Burke | Brunswick, GA | 11/06/05
Forty people rallied here, Oct. 29 to demand that the people of Brunswick, Georgia be given the right to vote for Elaine Brown.
BY staff | United States | 11/01/05
Two months after Katrina hit the Gulf coast, the disaster is unending for hundreds of thousands of survivors.
BY Matt Ginsberg-Jaeckle | Chicago, IL | 11/01/05
“We won’t go! No more condos!” shouted a group of about 40 tenants and community supporters holding a press conference and rally in March 2005 on an empty lot on the South side at 62nd and Kimbark Ave.
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