Friday September 17, 2021
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BY staff | Chicago, IL | 5/08/12
On May 6 over 100 people attended a panel at the Labor Notes conference called Solidarity Forever: The Labor Movement, Political Repression and the Fight for Civil Liberties.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 5/05/12
The Committee to Stop FBI Repression has created a great new video on the life of Carlos Montes, and the fight to beat back the attempt to jail him.
BY Mick Kelly | Minneapolis, MN | 5/04/12
“All 1500 people marching for immigrant rights here, May 1, heard about the case of Carlos Montes,” stated Jess Sundin of the Minnesota Committee to Stop FBI Repression.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 5/02/12
Thousands of protesters took to the streets here on May 1, International Workers Day, to demand legalization for all.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 4/29/12
About 90 people gathered here, April 28, for a May Day program and dinner organized by Freedom Road Socialist Organization.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 4/26/12
On April 26, Superior Court Judge George G. Lomeli ordered a trial to begin on May 15 for Carlos Montes, a longtime Los Angeles Chicano activist in the anti-war, immigrant rights, public education and Chicano liberation movements.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 4/26/12
Members of the Minnesota Committee to Stop FBI Repression bannered and distributed leaflets here, April 25 in support of veteran Chicano activist Carlos Montes, the day before his Los Angeles court appearance.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 4/23/12
On the evening of April 14, dozens gathered at the Echo Park Methodist Church in Los Angeles at a fundraiser in support of Carlos Montes.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 3/27/12
Los Angeles, CA – In the first significant victory in the case of veteran Chicano leader Carlos Montes, Superior Court Judge George Lomeli handed down a ruling March 27, dismissing two of the six felony charges that are pending against Montes.
BY staff | Los Angeles, California | 3/25/12
Veteran Chicano leader Carlos Montes will be back in court March 27.
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