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BY staff | Oshkosh, WI | 7/11/20
30 community members came out, July 8, to protest the leadership of the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh.
BY staff | Oshkosh, WI | 7/11/20
30 community members came out, July 8, to protest the leadership of the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh.
BY Staff | Lansing, MI | 6/13/20
Police brutality protests continue in both Lansing and East Lansing after the downtown march on May 31 but they are not the only challenge to police brutality based in the Lansing metropolitan area. Black Lives Matter-Lansing and One Love Global hosted a live “Call to Action” on Facebook and Eventbrite.
BY Gabriela Trevino | Laredo, TX | 6/03/20
On May 30, 200 mostly working-class protesters took to the streets and in front of their city hall to unite in solidarity with Black sisters, brothers and comrades around the U.S.
BY Masao Suzuki | San José, CA | 4/15/20
The COVID-19 pandemic that is sweeping through the United States, with over 600,000 confirmed infections and almost 25,000 deaths as of April 14, is hitting African Americans the hardest.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 9/20/19
On September 13, SEIU Local 73 demanded an end to the city of Chicago spending $33 million from the budget of the public schools, and $12 million from the Parks Department, for police officers.
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 Hollie Poupart | Green Bay, WI | 11/07/18
On November 2, local grassroots activist group Black Lives United Green Bay, together with Native Lives Matter from Minneapolis, hosted a vigil for Jonathon Tubby, an indigenous man murdered by Green Bay police.
BY Will Blake | Tampa, FL | 9/02/18
Members from Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) from the Universities of South Florida (USF) and North Florida (UNF) held a Black Lives Matter event, Aug. 30, at the campus of USF.
BY Sam Martinez | Minneapolis, MN | 8/25/18
Minister Toya Woodland, her son and supporters held a press conference and speak-out at the Hennepin County Government Center, August 21, to demand that the charges against her be dropped.
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