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BY staff | St. Paul, MN | 8/12/08
Anti-war, low-income, labor and student activists have mounted a new legal challenge to Saint Paul’s policy of curtailing protests at the Republican National Convention.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 7/09/08
The Coalition is seeking a preliminary injunction requiring the city of Saint Paul to a issue realistic permit for the Sept. 1 anti-war march.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 6/08/08
Setp 1 at the RNC: We will march to be heard, we will march to stop the war and we will march to show the world that real opposition exists to the Republican agenda.
BY Coalition to March on the RNC and Stop the War | United States | 5/09/08
We are seeking an injunction that forces the City of Saint Paul to issue permits for our anti-war march on Republican National Convention September 1.
BY Mick Kelly | Minneapolis, MN | 4/01/08
In a great display of unity and solidarity, activists from around the country gathered on the University of Minnesota campus, Feb. 9-10, for an organizing conference to plan the anti-war protests at the Republican National Convention.
BY Coalition to March on the RNC and Stop the War | United States | 3/27/08
We are planning for a march against the war on Iraq, and we shouldn't have to wait for a court ruling to force the City to issue a permit that takes us to the Xcel Center on September 1st.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 2/20/08
Video coverage is now available of the Feb. 9-10 Organizing Conference to prepare for RNC Sept. 1 anti-war protest in St Paul, MN.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 2/08/08
Progressive activists from all over the country will attend an organizing conference here Feb. 9-10 to prepare for a national anti-war rally and march set for Sept. 1 - the first day of the Republican National Convention.
BY Coalition to March on the RNC and Stop the War | United States | 12/14/07
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following call for an important conference that will help prepare for the protests at the Republican National Convention.
BY Kosta Harlan | Winston-Salem, NC | 11/04/07
The opening round of what promises to be a hard-fought battle against big tobacco took place here, Oct. 28, as over 300 farm workers, trade unionists, religious leaders and students marched through the streets of downtown Winston-Salem chanting “Si se puede!” and “R.J. Reynolds escucha, el pueblo esta en lucha!”
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