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BY Masao Suzuki | San José, CA | 2/21/23
On Sunday, February 19, more than 350 people from the Japanese American community gathered at the San José Buddhist Church Betsuin Hall for the 43rd annual Day of Remembrance.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 1/31/23
300 Chicagoans braced against the cold night, January 30, to protest the brutal police slayings of Tyre Nichols, Keenan Anderson and Manuel “Tortuguita” Teron.
BY staff | New York, NY | 1/14/23
Around 60 people gathered in the historic Saint Mary's Episcopal Church in Harlem to honor the legacy of Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. on what would have been his birthday weekend.
BY Angel Naranjo | Chicago, IL | 11/10/22
On October 31, a student at Jones College Prep (JCP) in Chicago dressed up in Nazi uniform and was allowed to walk across a stage during a “Halloween Costume Showcase.”
BY Students for a Democratic Society | Florida | 7/15/22
On July 2nd, less than 100 Patriot Front members from across the country convened in Boston for a march through the downtown.
BY Autumn Lake | Minneapolis, MN | 6/21/22
As the LGBTQ community prepares for the final week of Pride month, it is as important as ever to uphold the tradition of resistance of the Stonewall Rebellion and the LGBTQ movement it spawned.
BY Alan Chavoya | Milwaukee, WI | 6/08/22
Milwaukee, WI – On June 6, the Milwaukee Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression facilitated a meeting between the Fire and Police Commission (FPC) and families who have lost loved ones to police violence.
BY Mark Napieralski | Arlington, TX | 4/06/22
April 4 was a great victory for the student movement at the University of Texas at Arlington. The impeachment proceedings against Caitlyn Burge-Surles, the racist Turning Point USA leader and then-president of student government, happened with over 50 people in attendance both inside and outside the student government chambers.
BY Staff | Arlington, TX | 4/05/22
On March 24, an email went out to senators of the University of Texas at Arlington student government detailing screenshots from the Turning Point USA discord server that revealed the student government President Caitlyn Burge-Surles and student government Chief of Staff Alyssa Spencer engaging in racist, transphobic and generally bigoted rhetoric.
BY staff | New York, NY | 2/10/22
Over 80 people rallied in Union Square in New York City on February 8 in honor of Amir Locke and Isaiah Williams, two young Black men murdered by police.
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