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24.08.2017

Charlottesville Covers Confederate Statues with Black Fabric as Residents Demand Their Removal

Charlottesville Covers Confederate Statues with Black Fabric as Residents Demand Their Removal

In Charlottesville, Virginia, residents cheered and celebrated as workers covered two Confederate statues — one of General Robert E. Lee, and another of General Stonewall Jackson — with black fabric on Wednesday in order to mourn the death of Heather Heyer, who was killed by a neo-Nazi during a white… »

21.08.2017

A Giant Dolphin to Defend Portugal’s Coast from Offshore Drilling

A Giant Dolphin to Defend Portugal’s Coast from Offshore Drilling

Approximately 1,000 people from 40 countries came together last Saturday to write out a message on the beach of Odeceixe using their own bodies. The message was a clear NO to all attempts at offshore oil drilling on one of Europe’s last natural coastlines, as well as requesting an increased… »

30.05.2017

‘Rome resists’, US expats protest against Trump

‘Rome resists’, US expats protest against Trump

When President Donald Trump of the United States visited Rome on 23rd May, dozens of Americans living in Italy organised a sit-in on Piazza Bologna to protest against the policies of the White House, 100 days after his election as President The event was organised by… »

04.03.2017

Arizona House Speaker withdraws bill to punish protests

Arizona House Speaker withdraws bill to punish protests

On Monday February 27th Governor Doug Ducey and the Republican leader of the Arizona House withdrew Senate Bill 1142 – a bill meant to punish organizers of protest that turn violent with racketeering charges. Rioting is already illegal under Arizona law, but SB 1142, previously approved by the Senate,  would have expanded… »

20.02.2017

Anti-Trump Demonstrations Continue in the US and in Great Britain

Anti-Trump Demonstrations Continue in the US and in Great Britain

Anti-Trump demonstrations continue nationally and worldwide, as thousands of protesters took the streets across the U.S. over the weekend. In New York City, activists, flanked by a marching band and carrying a casket, staged a New Orleans-style mock funeral for the presidency. In Washington, D.C., LGBT protesters kissed each other outside Trump’s… »

09.02.2017

#NODAPL Last Stand

#NODAPL Last Stand

The final DAPL permit has been granted by the US Army Corps of Engineers. Indigenous Coalition at Standing Rock called for a global resistance to fossil fuels and fascism. Protests have already started in the US and all over the world. Hundreds of people gathered outside the White House… »

20.11.2016

Protests against Trump continue in New York

Protests against Trump continue in New York

On Saturday November 19, three different groups  marched in New York to protest Donald Trump’s election and his choice of ultraconservative Stephen Bannon as chief strategist and senior counselor. Queens council member Jimmy Van Bramer led a group of protesters from Queensboro Plaza and across the Queensboro Bridge to Trump… »

18.11.2016

David Swanson: we have big plans for a peace movement unseen in 8 years

David Swanson: we have big plans for a peace movement unseen in 8 years

What do you think of the protests that are growing across the United States after Donald Trump’s election? I have mixed feelings. A couple of dozen young people marched back and forth through downtown Charlottesville, Virginia, Saturday evening shouting “Love Not Hate!” and “No Human Being Is Illegal!” and “Black Lives… »

15.11.2016

Thousands of Students Walk Out to Protest Donald Trump

Thousands of Students Walk Out to Protest Donald Trump

Protests against President-elect Donald Trump continue across the United States. On Monday, thousands of high school students walked out of classes in Seattle; Los Angeles; San Francisco; Silver Spring, Maryland; and Portland, Oregon. Students chanted “Not My President” and “No Trump, No KKK, No Fascist U.S.A.” as they poured out of… »

14.11.2016

From Coast to Coast, Anti-Trump Protests Declare: “Not My President”

From Coast to Coast, Anti-Trump Protests Declare: “Not My President”

Protests are growing across the United States following Tuesday’s election. On Saturday, 10,000 people marched in New York City. Eight thousand more marched in Los Angeles, where 200 people were arrested. Protesters also took to the streets in Philadelphia; San Francisco; Oakland; Chicago; Oklahoma City; Salt Lake City; Springfield, Massachusetts;… »

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