Saturday July 20, 2019
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BY Dave Schneider | Jacksonville, FL | 5/21/19
The outcome of Jacksonville’s 2019 runoff elections looked remarkably like the general election back in March.
BY staff | Tampa, FL | 3/12/19
On March 10, over a dozen Tampa community, student and labor leaders gathered at Lykes Gaslight Park for a protest against President Donald Trump’s anti-woman agenda.
BY Zachary Schultz | Tallahassee, FL | 1/27/19
On January 26 dozens gathered at the Florida State Capitol building in protest of Donald Trump's recognition of the right-wing self-appointed presidency of Juan Guaido in Venezuela. The democratically-elected president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, has called this a coup attempt ordered by the U.S. government.
BY staff | Doral, FL | 1/27/19
Fifty passionate activists gathered on a sidewalk across from the Univision TV station in Miami, January 26, to denounce U.S. attempts to overthrow the democratically-elected government in Venezuela.
BY Angela McGill | Jacksonville, FL | 1/22/19
AFGE (American Federation of Government Employees) held a rally and march to end the government shutdown on January 19. Over 10 unions were represented, including teachers, electricians and nearly a dozen rank-and-file Teamsters. Several speakers gave personal accounts of how they and their families had been affected.
BY Maddie Hendrick | Tallahassee, FL | 11/23/18
On November 7, students, activists and community members from around the Tallahassee area gathered at The Plant Arts Center to celebrate the 101st anniversary of the 1917 October Revolution in Russia.
BY Dave Schneider | Jacksonville, FL | 11/18/18
Students at a local Jacksonville high school are calling foul on a racist dress code policy implemented by administration last week.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization, Jacksonville District | Jacksonville, FL | 10/27/18
On November 6, Floridians will vote on 12 amendments to the state constitution.
BY Christina Kittle | Jacksonville, FL | 10/21/18
The United States has a notorious history with the national oppression of Black people. In the South, remnants of slave society exist as a constant reminder of this - Confederate street names, school names and monuments are physical reminders one encounters daily - but we see it also manifest in the social structure of the Black Belt South – the historically constituted nation of Black people in the United States.
BY Regina Joseph | Tallahassee, FL | 8/22/18
On August 20, in Missouri, Tenia Williams, a Black transgender woman, was stabbed and choked by a man she met online. Tenia, who wrote about the attack on social media said, "Before providing my address he was well aware of me being transgender. This man never gave me any inclination that his intentions were to kill."
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