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Enero Zapatista event held in San Diego

On Jan. 4, members of the San Diego community gathered to commemorate the beginning of the 15th annual Enero Zapatista community festival.
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12 things you should know about Yemen

Yemen is a country with a rich historical and cultural heritage.
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Kaiser Strike: ‘Civil Rights issue of our time’

More than 4,000 mental health workers at Kaiser hospitals are wrapping up a spirited five-day strike that began on Dec. 10.
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San José actions in solidarity with refugee caravan and locally displaced

A new coalition has formed in San José, Calif. – We Are People Without Borders (Somos Gente Sin Fronteras).
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Has the current industrial cycle ‘boom’ entered its ‘critical phase’?

On Oct. 10, a day investors may soon refer to as “Black Wednesday,” the U.S. stock market, as measured by the Dow Jones Industrial Average, plunge...
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Uniontown, AL: The struggle against environmental injustice and racism

Uniontown, a small Black Belt community in Perry County, Alabama, an hour south of Tuscaloosa, has been suffering from environmental injustices for mo...
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Hundreds in Boston protest and denounce sexist pig Brett Kavanaugh

On Oct. 5, about 300 people gathered outside of the Massachusetts State House in protest of the bipartisan move to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supr...
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Genevans rage against Kavanaugh and stand with survivors

Geneva, NY – In this small city of barely 13,000 people, over a hundred took the streets on Oct. 4 as part of the nationwide walkout to #Cancel Kava...
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Boise rallies to defend women’s rights

More than 100 people rallied at an emergency protest Oct. 5 at Boise City Hall to stop the approval of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
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Navajo miners still struggle for justice and compensation

On July 10, 2018, Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye announced his call for Congress to extend federal compensation for Navajo Nation uranium mine...