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BY Alekos Zambrano | Miami, FL | 8/20/14
Around 100 protesters met on the Wolfston campus of Miami-Dade Community College, Aug. 14, to demand justice for Mike Brown.
BY C. R. Manor | Salt Lake City, UT | 8/20/14
30 people rallied in Salt Lake City to call for an end to the police terror and to demand justice for the victims of police shootings.
BY Didier Ortiz | Miami, FL | 8/18/14
Human rights advocates showed their support for the people of Gaza and Ferguson Missouri, Aug. 16. About 20 activists made their presence known at downtown Miami’s Torch of Friendship.
BY Tom Burke | Grand Rapids, MI | 8/17/14
100 people gathered in solidarity with the African American community of Ferguson, Missouri and to remember police shooting victim Michael Brown, Aug 16.
BY Jessica Schwartz | Tampa, FL | 8/17/14
Activists and community members gathered on Aug. 16 in front of the Tampa Police Department to protest the police murder of unarmed black teen Mike Brown and police brutality against protesters in Ferguson, Missouri.
BY Michael Sampson | Ferguson, MO | 8/15/14
It is shortly after midnight, Aug. 15, and easily at least a thousand members of the Ferguson community have taken the streets tonight in what it seems like a atmosphere of celebration. Residents said that they are overjoyed that the police, at least tonight, have withdrawn their militarized force from their streets.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | Ferguson, MO | 8/12/14
On Aug. 9, Michael Brown was murdered by the police in Ferguson, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis. The African-American youth was only 18 years old.
BY Fernando Figueroa | Jacksonville, Fl | 7/29/14
More than 20 people gathered at Chamblin's Uptown, a bookstore and coffee shop, July 27, to attend a Jacksonville Progressive Coalition's (JPC) educational event where a panel discussed Angela Corey's war on Black women.
BY staff | Salt Lake City, UT | 6/12/14
On Wednesday, June 11, more than fifty students, faculty, and community members attended a meeting to discuss the fate of campus space used mainly by African-American, Chicano, Pacific Islander, Asian American, American Indian, and international students.
BY Fernando Figueroa | Jacksonville, FL | 5/30/14
On May 27, two dozen supporters gathered for a press conference announcing the Jacksonville Progressive Coalition's (JPC) campaign launch to get State Attorney Angela Corey out of office.
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