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BY staff | Appleton, WI | 5/25/22
On Saturday, May 21, the family of Jimmie Sanders – a man murdered by Appleton police in May 2017 - alongside Fox Valley Food Not Bombs, Appleton SDS, Freedom Road Socialist Organization, and United Action Oshkosh organized a rally and march to bring attention to the case, and to crowdfund for the Jimmie Sanders legal team.
BY Richard Berg | Chicago, IL | 5/17/22
Kobi Guillory will be the first feature guest on our new podcast Fight Back! Radio.
BY Andrew Keith | Los Angeles, CA | 4/23/22
On May 1, Centro CSO is holding its 7th annual International Workers Day march and rally in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles.
BY Liv Lashley | Grand Rapids, MI | 4/13/22
On Wednesday, April 13, the Grand Rapids Police Department released four videos of Patrick Lyoya’s murder at the hands of a GRPD officer, who they still refuse to name.
BY Sam Tunningley | Grand Rapids, MI | 4/13/22
A crowd of hundreds marched to the Grand Rapids City Commissioners meeting, April 12, to demand both the release of the raw video showing the murder of Patrick Lyoya and the arrest of the still-unnamed killer cop.
BY Staff | Los Angeles, CA | 4/13/22
On March 26, over 50 people gathered at Belvedere Lakeside Park in East LA to support the surviving family of David Ordaz, Jr. The event was led by Emily Ordaz, the 16-year-old surviving daughter of Ordaz, and Centro CSO’s Sol Marquez.
BY Liv Lashley | Grand Rapids, MI | 4/10/22
Hundreds marched to remember Patrick Lyoya, a 26-year-old African man murdered by Grand Rapids police in Michigan.
BY staff | Tallahassee, FL | 4/06/22
On April 2, the Tallahassee Community Action Committee held a vigil for the lives lost by police brutality and violence within the city.
BY Joe Iosbaker | Chicago, IL | 3/25/22
Almost two years after the rebellion that swept the country after the murder of George Floyd, people continue to come forward demanding an end to racist policing and mass incarceration.
BY staff | New York, NY | 3/16/22
Members of New York Community Action Project (NYCAP) gathered on the cold and windy Sunday, March 13, after International Women’s Day, to speak out and protest the New York Police Department’s treatment of women in New York.
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