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BY Chrisley Carpio | Tampa, FL | 10/05/18
On October 4, over 20 students protested at the University of South Florida against the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh for a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court.
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BY Tori Stratis | Tampa, Fl | 9/29/16
On Sept. 26 over fifty students and faculty gathered to protest racist, sexist, LGBT hate mongering journalist Milo Yiannopoulos. The protest rallied in front of the Marshall Student Center at the University of South Florida (USF) where Milo was speaking.
BY staff | Tampa, Fl | 3/23/16
Over a dozen students from Tampa Bay Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) held signs and chanted on March 22 to mark the 13th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq. In 2003, the U.S. launched an illegal invasion of Iraq in order to destabilize the region and secure its own interests.
BY Gage Lacharite | Tampa, FL | 3/31/15
Over a dozen students at the University of South Florida (USF) gathered outside of Russell M. Cooper Hall on campus, March 30, to condemn recent interventions by the U.S. in Venezuela, Iraq, Syria and Ukraine.
BY Fernando Figueroa | Gainesville, FL | 7/20/14
Over two dozen students gathered in Gainesville on July 19th for a Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) day school.
BY staff | Tampa, FL | 6/29/14
Activists from the Tampa Bay area organized a protest on June 27 in response to a U.S. intervention in Iraq. It was an emergency action in response to President Obama’s sending military advisors to Iraq, and the flying of U.S. drones over Baghdad.
BY Tom Burke | Tampa,Fl | 6/28/14
FL—University of South Florida computer engineering professor Sami Al-Arian was set free today in Virginia. Federal prosecutors decided to finally drop his case today after his family waited in legal limbo for five years.
BY Tom Burke | Tampa, FL | 6/28/14
University of South Florida computer engineering professor Sami Al-Arian was set free today in Virginia. Federal prosecutors decided to finally drop his case today after his family waited in legal limbo for five years.
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