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BY Doug Michel | Asheville, NC | 11/30/08
When members of the University of North Carolina - Asheville Students for a Democratic Society (UNC-Asheville SDS) heard that Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin was coming to hold one of her lynch mob style rallies in Asheville, there was no question of organizing a protest.
BY staff | St. Paul, MN | 8/27/08
These are statements from some of the many people who will protest against the Republican National Convention in St. Paul, MN on September 1-4, 2008.
BY staff | Washington, D.C. | 5/09/08
Following a State Department request, the U.S. prosecutor asked that all drug charges against Colombian revolutionary Ricardo Palmera be dropped.
BY Angela Denio | Washington, D.C. | 12/20/07
The National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera, along with students and other activists from around the country protested here Dec. 3 against the sentencing of Colombian revolutionary Ricardo Palmera
BY Joe Iosbaker | Chicago, IL | 12/04/07
“They want us to learn to live with less.” That’s how Denise King sees it.
BY National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera | United States | 11/26/07
On December 3rd Colombian revolutionary Ricardo Palmera faces sentencing in a Washington D.C. federal court.
BY National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera | Washington, D.C. | 11/16/07
Fight Back News Service is distributing the following press release from the National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera.
BY Kosta Harlan | Chapel Hill, NC | 11/01/07
A delegation of fifteen city and university workers, student activists and union organizers delivered a petition of over 500 signatures on Oct. 26 to the University of North Carolina System General Administration, charging that workers’ voices were being silenced at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
BY Chapin Gray | Tuscaloosa, AL | 9/28/07
Across the country, students held rallies in solidarity with the Jena 6. At the University of Alabama, over 100 students, faculty and staff gathered on the library steps, Sept. 20, the day after the massive rally Jena, Louisiana, demanding justice.
Jena 6, SDS
BY Chapin Gray | Birmingham, AL | 9/16/07
On July 26, Drummond Co., a Birmingham-based coal company, was found ‘not liable’ in the deaths Colombian trade unionists Valmore Locarno and Victor Orcasita - the head of a union local and his deputy - as well as the next union president Gustavo Soler.
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