Saturday February 22, 2020
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BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/11/11
Clyde Bellecourt of the American Indian Movement (AIM) organized a rich and moving Indigenous People’s day ceremony of speakers, dancing and drumming for OccupyMN at the People’s Plaza, Oct 10.
BY Brad Sigal | Winona, MN | 1/08/11
On Jan. 3, an FBI agent contacted Waziyatawin, a well-known Dakota activist and scholar. The agent from the FBI’s Mankato, Minnesota office wanted to question her about her beliefs and about the content of a speech she gave in Winona on Nov. 8, 2010. Waziyatawin said she declined to talk with the FBI agent about the presentation or her viewpoints and instead referred him to her attorney.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 9/12/10
LA's Central American Community responds to police killing of a Guatemalan day-laborer, demanding justice.
BY Laura Furtman | Eagle Rock | 6/05/10
I spent most of the month of May at Eagle Rock in the Yellow Dog Plains of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Yes, I am one of the people who was camped there in an effort to save Eagle Rock, a sacred site to the Native American community, from the grip of Kennecott Minerals Compan
BY Carlos Montes | Los Angeles, CA | 5/14/10
On Thursday, the Los Angeles City council passed a motion to officially boycott the State of Arizona. Arizona’s new racist law SB1070 targets Mexican, Chicano, and Native American people for harassment.
BY Kosta Harlan | Corvallis, OR | 5/13/10
Over 300 students, campus workers, professors and community members rallied at Oregon State University on May 12, to protest the racist SB 1070 law in Arizona.
BY Eric Gardner | California | 3/02/10
As the March 4 Day of Action draws closer, campuses across California are getting restless. The latest series of struggles began Feb. 24, on the campus of UC Irvine. That morning, a group of about 20 students and workers took over the campus administration building.
BY Brad Sigal | Bloomington, MN | 11/24/09
On Monday morning, Nov. 23, a group of immigrant rights activists staged a guerrilla theater-style protest here to dramatically expose the racism and hypocrisy of immigration raids that target Latino immigrants, tearing apart families and communities.
BY staff | Lewisburg, PA | 8/03/09
On July 28, political prisoner Leonard Peltier had his first parole hearing in 15 years. Peltier’s supporters rallied outside the hearing demanding his freedom.
BY Brad Sigal | | 11/16/06
A summary of the rebellion in Oaxaca led by APPO against the corrupt government.
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