Category: Militant Journalism

Tacoma: ‘Disrupting business as usual’

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Over 300 activists from all over the Pacific North West converged on the Port of Tacoma today to attempt to prevent the unloading of an Israeli ship, ...

Children lead ‘die-in’ for Gaza in Syracuse

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  Israel’s relentless massacring of children was the target of a spirited protest and march at the Syracuse Federal Building Aug. 22.  Chi...

Sacramento Town Hall about Ferguson reveals disconnect

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On Aug. 20, Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson called a town hall meeting at the historic Guild Theater. Much of the conversation centered on preventing w...

Oakland protest in solidarity with Ferguson

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On a Wednesday night Aug. 20, hundreds of people from all over the Bay Area gathered in Oakland to support the courageous people’s struggle for ...

Hundreds rally for Ferguson solidarity in Seattle

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  On Aug. 21, hundreds of people came out to Seattle’s Pratt Park in the Central District for a rally in solidarity with the uprising in Fe...

Victory against LA City Council resolution supporting Israeli massacre

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On August 15, the Los Angeles City Council was prepared to pass a resolution echoing the propaganda whitewashing the massacre in Gaza.  The resolutio...

From Sacramento to Ferguson, resistance is justified

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As police helicopters circled above and officers sat atop the Sacramento county jail watching, angry protesters shouted, “Don’t shoot, hands up,...

Syracuse packs city hall to speak out against police violence

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Dozens of people filled council chambers at Syracuse city hall tonight to attend a session of the Public Safety Committee focusing on the Syracuse Pol...

From mourning to vigor in Philadelphia

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On August 14, as part of the National Moment of Silence actions coordinated in solidarity against the racist police killing of Michael Brown and with ...

Connecticut stands with Ferguson!

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People from across Connecticut have come out to many rallies, vigils and marches in support of the rebellion in Ferguson, MO, following the police kil...