Monday October 21, 2019
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BY Communist Party of the Philippines | Philippines | 10/19/19
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following Oct. 19 statement from the Communist Party of the Philippines.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 10/09/19
Milwaukee’s city council (called the Common Council) held a joint public meeting for the city’s 2020 budget, October 7.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 10/04/19
Unions are on the march in defense of their members across the country, with the autoworker strike against GM and strike authorization votes by teachers and other city employees in Chicago.
BY Tom Burke | Chicago, IL | 10/03/19
A standing room only crowd filled the Holy Covenant United Methodist Church on September 29 to commemorate Reverend Bruce Johnson and Eugenia Johnson.
BY Ethan Costello | Racine, WI | 9/20/19
In a beautiful display of the power of community, 300 people rallied September 18 at the Racine County Courthouse to demand “Justice for Ty’rese” who was murdered mid-June by Sargent Eric Giese, a Mount Pleasant police officer.
BY Austin Jensen | St. Paul, MN | 9/17/19
Over 40 people protested in front of the Governor's Residence Monday, September 16, to demand the divestment of Elbit Systems by the State of Minnesota.
BY Lindsey Spietz | Kenosha, WI | 9/11/19
When Cyntoia Brown’s case was brought forward to the media, there was a large public outcry for justice.
BY Jess Sundin | Minneapolis, MN | 9/06/19
A September 5 press conference at the offices of CAIR MN made public new information in the police murder of 23-year-old Isak Aden.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 9/04/19
Founded in 1973 as an organization that grew out of the movement to free the wrongfully imprisoned Angela Davis and other political prisoners, the National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression is set to relaunch this November.
BY Meredith Aby-Keirstead | St. Paul, MN | 9/02/19
“In 2017, the Trump administration awarded Elbit a contract to work on the expansion of the Mexico border wall. Elbit System’s CEO has said that the company’s current growth can be attributed to increased U.S. border spending,” said Sarah Martin of Women Against Military Madness.
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