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BY staff | Dallas, TX | 4/15/18
About 40 people gathered in Dealey Plaza in Downtown Dallas, April 14, to raise their voices against Trump’s attack on Syria the day before. Signs were present with slogans such as “Hands off Syria,” “No war on Syria” and “U.S. out of the Middle East.”
BY staff | Dallas, TX | 1/22/18
Thousands of people turned out here, Jan. 20 for the second annual women's march and proceeded from Saint Paul Methodist Church to Pike Park.
BY Ian Cox | Luftkin, TX | 4/08/17
Members of the April Sixth Anti-War Coalition (ASAC) held a ‘Hands Off Syria’ demonstration, April 8, in front of the Ward R. Burke Federal Courthouse in downtown Lufkin.
BY Fabian Van Onzin | Houston, TX | 11/13/16
Dozens of people marched through downtown for the third night of protests, Nov. 12, against Donald Trump.
BY Fabian Van Onzin | Houston, TX | 11/12/16
Hundreds of people, many who were students, came out to protest the election of Donald Trump, Nov. 10. They gathered in front of City Hall and began chanting, "Hey Trump, you liar, we're here to say you're fired," followed by a few speeches. The sentiment of the crowd was one of rage and anger.
BY staff | Lufkin, TX | 10/08/16
Students at Angelina College (AC) held a rally and march to protest police crimes against the African American community on Oct. 5. The action began in front of the AC Student Center, with 20 students and faculty.
BY Fabian Van Onzin | Houston, TX | 10/02/16
The neo-Nazi White Knights of America staged a "White Lives Matter" rally outside the Anti-Defamation League office in Houston on Oct. 1.
BY Ian Cox | Lufkin, TX | 9/16/16
On Sept. 14, students at Angelina College painted a banner for a Black Lives Matter rally being organized by Students for a Democratic Society (SDS).
BY staff | Houston, TX | 6/20/16
On June 17 over 200 activists and community leaders protested Donald Trump in River Oaks, a wealthy area. Trump was holding a campaign fundraiser at the home of the right-wing lawyer Tony Buzbee.
BY Fabian Van Onzin | Houston, TX | 5/22/16
On May 21, right-wing groups attempted to intimidate the Muslim community in Houston by holding an armed rally outside of the Islamic Daw'ah Center. The fifteen white supremacists displayed racist symbols, including the confederate flag, and chanted racist and anti-Muslim slurs. However, scores of people came out to fight back and confront the white supremacists’ message of hate and fear.
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