Saturday April 17, 2021
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BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 5/23/20
Thursday afternoon, May 21, a contingent of Centro CSO members delivered to LAPD Chief Michel Moore a petition with over 1800 signatures demanding the firing of Officer Frank Hernandez.
BY Masao Suzuki | San José, CA | 5/21/20
On May 14, Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom laid out his plan to deal with a projected $54 billion budget deficit for the state of California. Included in the plan was to save almost $3 billion by cutting state workers’ pay by 10%.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 5/17/20
On May 15, over 75 people came together outside of LAPD Hollenbeck Police Station in Boyle Heights to demand the firing of Officer Frank Hernandez and justice for Richard Castillo.
BY Tom Burke | Gainesville, GA | 5/13/20
COVID-19 virus is spreading quickly among poultry workers and their families in Georgia.
BY Thomas Leng | Chicago, IL | 5/10/20
Close to 400,000 students in Chicago Public Schools (CPS) are in their seventh week of remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
BY Sol Marquez | Los Angeles, CA | 5/07/20
The violent attack happened on April 27. The video released was not caught on LAPD Hollenbeck patrol vehicles, nor on body cameras. Instead the video was recorded by a neighbor witness in Boyle Heights.
BY Alicia Spietz | Madison, WI | 5/07/20
On a sunny May 1 afternoon which marked both May Day and A Day Without Immigrants, a caravan comprised of about 20 different vehicles made its way to the Capitol Square in a careful procession in support of a timely cause.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 5/04/20
On Friday, May 1, a car protest of over 40 vehicles driven by workers, teachers and activists took to the streets for the sixth consecutive year to celebrate International Workers Day, May Day, in the Boyle Heights neighborhood.
BY Legalization For All (L4A) | United States | 4/23/20
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement by the Legalization for All Network (L4A)
BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 4/21/20
Despite the closure of the physical presence of picket lines due to COVID-19, the eight unions representing nearly 2000 workers on strike at five Asarco facilities in Texas and Arizona remain “One day longer, one day stronger” against the abusive global copper giant.
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