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BY Jacob Flom | Milwaukee, WI | 7/19/13
The movement to win justice for Darius Simmons, Derek Williams, Corey Stingley, and Bo Morrison has received a boost from the national attention and outrage over the “not guilty” verdict for Zimmerman.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 3/28/13
Occupy the Hood-Milwaukee has called for a protest on March 29 following the news that the three white Milwaukee police who killed Derek Williams - a Black man - will not face state criminal charges.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 1/21/13
More than 100 people braved below-zero weather to join a Martin Luther King Day march here, Jan 21, for “Jobs, Justice and Housing.”
BY Daniel Ginsberg | Milwaukee, WI | 10/14/12
Over 150 people took the streets here, Oct. 13, demanding justice for Derek Williams, a young Black man killed by the Milwaukee Police Department.
BY Jacob Flom | Milwaukee, WI | 4/11/12
Dozens of community organizations came together here, April 10, for the “Rally to Demand Justice for Trayvon Martin, Bo Morrison and Victims of Milwaukee Police Brutality.”
BY Chance Zombor | Milwaukee, WI | 4/08/12
Occupy the Hood, Milwaukee began a new program they call “Urban Community Based Physical Training.”
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 1/17/12
Organized by Occupy the Hood, about 250 people joined a Martin Luther King Day march here, Jan. 16.
BY Melissa Gaido | Milwaukee, WI | 1/09/12
In response to concerns from community members of the 20th Street neighborhood, north of North Avenue, a newly formed Occupy Coalition consisting of Occupy the Hood, Occupy Milwaukee, Occupy Riverwest and other groups collected trash that had been scattered throughout the streets and lawns of the community.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 10/31/11
Occupy Milwaukee held a second march, Oct. 29, joining with Occupy the Hood. 400 people marched from Lincoln Park down a busy street, ending at a closed-down auto factory.
BY Chance Zombor | Milwaukee, WI | 10/25/11
State government here is considering a bill, SB207/AB286, that will permanently economically disenfranchise over 62,000 Wisconsinites who have been convicted of felonies.
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