Monday March 19, 2018
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BY Chapin Gray | Tuscaloosa, AL | 1/15/09
"Gaza Gaza Don't You Cry - Palestine Will Never Die!" Chants for Palestine rang throughout downtown Tuscaloosa Wednesday during lunch hour.
BY staff | New Brunswick, NJ | 3/26/08
A large anti-war demonstration is set to take place March 27 at Rutgers University.
BY Chapin Gray | United States | 3/23/08
People across the country marked the 5th anniversary of the Iraq war by taking to the streets in protest. Students turned out in full force.
BY Michael Graham | United States | 3/16/08
Across the United States, on campuses from Los Alamos High School to Harvard University and at all points in between, students are getting organized to commemorate the fifth year of the U.S. occupation of Iraq with rallies, marches, die-ins and civil disobedience.
BY staff | United States | 2/06/08
Chapters of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), along with student and youth organizations from across the country are calling for rallies, marches, walkouts, direct actions and other activities on campuses during the week of March 17 to 21, marking the fifth anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq war.
BY Michael Graham | Washington, D.C. | 10/08/07
Thousands of people from across the United States marched here, Sept. 29 against the war in Iraq and the pro-war policies of Congress.
BY Kosta Harlan | Washington, DC | 9/21/07
Over 20,000 demonstrators marched in Washington, DC, on Sept. 15 to protest the U.S. occupation of Iraq.
BY Brad Sigal | United States | 3/14/07
At colleges and high schools across the country, students are building for a day of protests on March 20 against the U.S. war in Iraq.
BY Eric Gardner | Los Angeles, CA | 2/10/07
Los Angeles, CA - Chanting, “What do we want? Legalization! When do we want it? Now!” a group of over 200 University of California - Los Angeles (UCLA) students and community members gathered outside of a campus lecture hall where Carl Braun, executive director of the California Minutemen Civil Defense Corps was scheduled to speak, Feb. 6.
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