Saturday May 26, 2018
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BY Michael Sampson | Jacksonville, FL | 5/24/18
After a two-day meeting of the NFL’s 32 owners, on May 23, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced new policy changes in the NFL regarding the playing of the U.S. national anthem before games.
BY Jared Hamil | Los Angeles, CA | 5/06/18
On May 1, International Worker’s Day was marked in LA’s Eastside Boyle Heights. Boyle Heights is a historically Chicano/Latino neighborhood. In the past five years the neighborhood has seen an upsurge in police killings and an influx of charter schools trying to move in and poach students from public schools.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 5/02/18
Over 125 people gathered together for the Twin Cities Freedom Road Socialist Organization’s annual International Worker’s Day program, April 28.
BY Jose Maria Sison | United States | 4/30/18
Fight Back New Service is circulating the following May 1 statement by Jose Maria Sison, Chairperson, International League of Peoples´ Struggle.
BY staff | Salt Lake City, UT | 4/30/18
Shouts of “Stand up! Fight back!” echoed off the buildings of downtown Salt Lake City April 28 as more than 40 people gathered to celebrate working-class victories on May Day.
BY Jim Byrne | Phoenix, AZ | 4/30/18
The historic statewide educator walkout entered its third day Monday, April 30.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 4/28/18
This spring has brought a rising tide of protests in the in the primarily Chicano communities of East Los Angeles (ELA) and Boyle Heights.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 4/28/18
This year, International Workers Day on May 1 is important for the labor and immigrant rights movements.
BY staff | New York, NY | 4/26/18
On April 26, at 1 p.m., people gathered outside the New York City's Parks and Recreation Department (NYCPRD) building to hold a press conference and protest the NYCPRD's decision to move the annual International Workers Day protest to the North End of Union Square Park.
BY Jim Byrne | Phoenix, AZ | 4/26/18
A red tidal wave is washing over downtown Phoenix, April 26, as the #RedForEd movement takes its demands to Governor Ducey and the Republican-dominated legislature.
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