Tuesday September 27, 2022
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BY Gage Lacharite | Tampa, FL | 11/13/15
A group of 20 University of South Florida (USF) students rallied at Cooper Hall, Nov. 12, to demand the name change of the C. W. Bill Young building. Students are upset that USF administrators named the building after a Republican politician who worked to ruin the careers of college professors and schoolteachers.
BY Dave Schneider | Columbia, MO | 11/12/15
On Nov. 9, both the president and chancellor of the University of Missouri announced their resignation after mass protests by the student body against racism on campus.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 11/09/15
Braving wind and rain, activists and immigrants stood in front of the Metropolitan Detention Center on Nov 2.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 11/09/15
More than 20 immigrant rights protesters marched into Wells Fargo Bank on Nicollet Avenue and Lake Street on Nov. 7.
BY Students for a Democratic Society | United States | 11/09/15
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following Nov. 9 statement from Students for a Democratic Society (SDS).
BY Zachary Schultz | Tallahassee, FL | 10/31/15
Over 30 students rallied on the Florida State University (FSU) campus, Oct. 29 to protest the recent shooting of Corey Jones, a 31-year old African American drummer from Lake Worth, FL.
BY Michael Sampson | Miami, FL | 10/23/15
Dozens of students in Miami converged on the campus of Florida International University, Oct. 23, to protest against Leonel Fernandez, ex-President of the Dominican Republic.
BY Alyssa Ferris | Salt Lake City, UT | 10/23/15
On Oct. 22, the national day of action to fight police brutality, 30 activists and community members gathered outside a local library to attend a vigil honoring victims of police brutality.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/15/15
On Oct. 13 protesters packed the Board of Education located on West Broadway Avenue in the heart of North Minneapolis.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/03/15
On the night of Sept. 29, dozens of educators, students, parents and community members disrupted the Minneapolis Board of Education. Tensions between the community and the board have been rising over the recent adoption of a new $1.2 million district-wide racist reading curriculum for elementary age students, sold by the Utah-based company Reading Horizons.
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