Tuesday May 24, 2022
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BY staff | Jacksonville, FL | 8/06/15
On August 2, more than 35 people from across Jacksonville attended a forum on institutionalized racism sponsored by the Jacksonville Progressive Coalition (JPC).
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 8/05/15
Attorneys appeared in court, August 5, before Judge Peter Cahill for a status conference in the #BlackLivesMatter demonstration case.
BY Stephanie Taylor | Minneapolis, MN | 8/05/15
Over 200 protesters marched here, July 31, demanding justice for Sandra Bland.
BY Fernando Figueroa | Jacksonville, FL | 7/29/15
Over 100 activists and community members gathered here, July 26, to honor Sandra Bland.
BY staff | Bloomington, MN | 7/26/15
Over 25 community members and 15 members of the clergy gathered at the Mall of America, July 26, to show their support for the Black Lives Matter movement, to call for an end to the terrorization of people of color through police violence and mass incarceration and to urge Mall of America (MOA) to drop its charges against 36 organizers and bystanders stemming from last December’s MOA protest.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 7/25/15
More than 40 people protested outside the office of Senator Amy Klobuchar on July 24, demanding the closing of ‘family detention centers’ housing thousands of immigrant mothers and children near the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas.
BY staff | Dallas, TX | 7/23/15
About 60 people gathered at Belo Park here, July 22, to remember Sandra Bland, the young African American woman who died in police custody in Waller County, Texas, and to demand justice for her.
BY Michael Graham | Columbia, SC | 7/19/15
Facing sweltering heat, and in the face of a massive police presence, about 2000 protesters, including the New Black Panther Party, confronted a Ku Klux Klan rally on the grounds of the capitol building here, July 18.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 7/12/15
Prominent ministers, labor organizations and national figures in the movement against police crimes are joining the call to march on Chicago City Hall, August 29.
BY Cassia Laham | Fort Lauderdale, FL | 6/25/15
Over 100 people held a vigil, rally and march the evening of June 23, in a community response to the Charleston massacre of nine African American churchgoers.
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