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BY Molly Glasgow | Minneapolis, MN | 8/16/10
This was written by one of five people arrested at the Move the Game protest in Minneapolis on August 11, 2010.
BY Brad Sigal | Minneapolis, MN | 8/12/10
Chanting “Move the game, Move the game!”, 100 immigrants and supporters confronted a meeting of Major League Baseball (MLB) team owners and Commissioner Bud Selig at a ritzy Minneapolis hotel on August 11, 2010.
BY Brad Sigal | Minneapolis, MN | 8/06/10
The outpouring of online anger at Target turned to the streets on Aug. 5, as more than 50 people protested outside of Target’s store on Lake Street and Hiawatha Avenue in the heart of Minneapolis’s Latino community.
BY Brad Sigal | Minneapolis, MN | 7/15/10
The immigrant rights movement scored a victory in Minnesota. Under pressure from a growing boycott and weekly protests, on July 14 the owner of nine local Jimmy John’s sandwich shops signed a public statement condemning Arizona’s anti-immigrant SB1070 law and calling for immigration reform.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 6/17/10
One June 14, about 30 immigrants and immigrant rights supporters picketed outside of Jimmy Johns sandwich shop at Block E in downtown Minneapolis. Jimmy Johns is one of the companies targeted in the national boycott against Arizona in response to SB1070, the racist anti-immigrant law Arizona passed in April.
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