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BY staff | San Francisco, CA | 4/13/11
About 3000 people joined a spirited anti-war rally and march here, April 10, to demand an end to the war on working people at home and aboard. Organized by the United National Anti-War Committee, protesters gathered at the Dolores Park, marched through the Mission District and returned to the park for a closing rally.
BY staff | St. Paul, MN | 3/21/11
More than 600 people marched and rallied here, March 19, calling for an end to the U.S. war in Afghanistan and an end to the continued U.S. occupation of Iraq.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 3/21/11
150 people protested here, March 19, to demand an end to the wars and occupations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
BY staff | St. Paul, MN | 3/18/11
About 500 Muslims, mainly from the Twin Cities Somali community, rallied at the state capitol here, March 18, to protest the anti-Islam congressional hearing presided over by New York Republican Representative Peter King.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 3/17/11
Anti-war events will be held in over 50 cities across the U.S. on March 19, calling for an end to the U.S. war in Afghanistan, an end to the continued U.S. occupation of Iraq and for a redirection of resources from war to human needs.
BY Mick Kelly | Chicago, IL | 3/14/11
Committee to Stop FBI Repression is undertaking a national effort to sign up thousands of people to a “Pledge to resist FBI, Grand Jury repression.”
BY Fight Back! Editors | United States | 3/07/11
On March 3, notorious right-wing FOX TV personality Glenn Beck launched a 12-minute attack against Fight Back! News, the Committee to Stop FBI Repression and many individual labor and anti-war activists associated with these projects.
BY Committee to Stop FBI Repression | Everywhere | 3/06/11
The Committee to Stop FBI Repression is holding a call-in day on March 8 against FBI and Grand Jury attacks on anti-war and international solidarity activists.
BY John Catalinotto | New York City, NY | 3/06/11
Attendees at regional conferences Feb. 19 in New York City and Chapel Hill, N.C., enthusiastically applauded anti-war and solidarity activists who have stood up to extreme intimidation and refused to testify before a Chicago grand jury. The meetings were part of growing support for 23 activists who have all taken the principled position that they will not appear before the grand jury.
BY Kosta Harlan | Chapel Hill, NC | 2/23/11
Over 100 activists from across the South gathered at the University of North Carolina School of Law Feb. 19 for a conference against FBI repression of anti-war and international solidarity activists. The conference was one of four regional conferences organized by the national Committee to Stop FBI Repression (CSFR). Activists came from as far as Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Memphis, Tennessee and Atlanta, Georgia.
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