Friday July 10, 2020
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BY staff | New York, NY | 6/13/20
Tuesday evening, June 9, roughly 1000 New Yorkers gathered at City Hall for a rally and march organized by Justice Committee and the families of many of those killed by the NYPD. The rally featured a mix of speakers and cultural performances.
BY staff | New York City | 6/02/20
New York, NY - On the early evening of June 1, around 1500 people gathered in the Lower East Side. This was one gathering out of dozens happening throughout the five boroughs.
BY Jake Holtzman | NYC, NY | 2/11/20
For working New Yorkers, taking the subway is an essential part of their day-to-day life.
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BY Staff | New York | 9/11/18
New York, NY – The Committee to Stop FBI Repression-NYC held its first general meeting, Sept. 10, at Project Reach, addressing political repression in New York after 9/11, leading up to the creation of the Strategic Response Group (SRG) within the New York Police Department.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 7/21/16
Facing intense pressure from the community, the Police Commission and Chief Beck fled a June 21 ‘community’ meeting.’ They could not take the heat and left out the back doors.
BY Fight Back! Editors | New York, NY | 3/17/13
We stand with Carol Gray, the mother of Kimani Gray, in demanding his murderers be taken off the streets of New York City before they take another young life.
BY staff | Philippines | 11/05/12
On Nov. 4, the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) denounced the memorandum of agreement between the Philippine National Police (PNP) and the New York Police Department (NYPD) signed Oct. 31, as "part of heightening U.S. government intervention in the Philippines."
BY CPP Information Bureau | Philippines | 7/19/12
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following June 19 press statement from the Communist Party of the Philippines.
BY Caleb T. Maupin | New York, NY | 3/21/12
March 17 was the sixth-month anniversary of Occupy Wall Street. In the late evening, a crowd of hundreds gathered in historic Zuccotti Park, now dubbed Liberty Plaza.
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