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BY Sam Martinez | Minneapolis | 8/09/19
On August 8, a settlement was reached in the case of Jamar Clark. The city of Minneapolis awarded $200,000 to Jamar Clark’s families.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 8/07/19
On August 5, a variety of non-profit and local religious organizations hosted a Vigil Against Hate, in remembrance of those killed in Oak Creek, Wisconsin; Gilroy, California; El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio.
BY Christina Kittle | Jacksonville, FL | 8/06/19
There is no denying the separation between the community and city officials in Jacksonville, Florida when it comes to solutions on crime and poverty.
BY staff | Washington DC | 8/04/19
“The Freedom Road Socialist Organization strongly condemns the mass murder carried out in El Paso,” said Masao Suzuki, chair of the FRSO Joint Nationalities Commission.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 7/12/19
On July 8, 150 people rallied outside of the Palos Township in the southwest suburbs of Chicago on the two-year anniversary of the #ResignBrannigan campaign, a campaign demanding the resignation of racist and white supremacist trustee Sharon Brannigan.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 7/01/19
There are many 50-year anniversaries being celebrated these days, including the founding of the Young Lords on September 23, 1968, and the Rainbow Coalition in April 1969.
BY staff | United States | 5/05/19
To mark the May 5, 1818 birthday of Karl Marx, Fight Back News Service is circulating a work he authored in 1864, a statement of congratulations to President Lincoln upon his reelection.
BY Carlos Montes | Los Angeles, CA | 5/05/19
On the afternoon of May 1, International Workers Day, Boyle Heights families, workers and students protested the Trump anti-immigrant attacks and raised the demand “Legalization for all” and “No Wall on the Mexico border!”
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 5/04/19
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement from the Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression (CAARPR)
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BY Eric Dorland | Minneapolis, MN | 4/19/19
Both Donald Trump and former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke in Minnesota, April 15, and both were met with protest and disruption upon arrival. Trump spoke outside of a truck equipment company in the Twin Cities suburb of Burnsville and was met by activists denouncing his anti-immigrant policies and defending progressive Minnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar.
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