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Breaking news: Mass mobilization defends Occupy LA

At least 3,000 people came out to City Hall in downtown Los Angeles to defend the Occupy LA encampment on Sunday night, the eviction deadline ordered by LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and the chief of police.
 

VIDEO: Why I'm Coming to the Nov. 19 Socialism Conference in LA

Join workers, students, activists and poor people on Nov. 19 for a Socialism Conference in Los Angeles. It will take place from 10am-4pm at LACC.
 

VIDEO: Police attack Occupy Oakland protesters with tear gas, flash grenades, projectiles

Please circulate this video of the police attack against the Occupy Oakland movement.
 

Oct. 15 Global Day of Action sweeps the world

More than 1,500 cities organized coordinated actions against a global economic system that rewards the rich and powerful.
 

Take Action: Stop the Eviction of Occupy Wall Street!

Under the false guise of "cleaning" an already-clean Liberty Plaza, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is attempting to shut down Occupy Wall Street.
 

Demonstrations across U.S. mark 10th anniversary of Afghanistan war

Demonstrations, die-ins, marches and occupations took place across the country on Oct. 7 and 8 marking the 10th anniversary of the Afghanistan war.
 

Take action: Stop the unjust deportation of Ruben Quinteros!

Send a letter right now to President Obama, the Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Representatives to stop the unjust deportation of Ruben Quinteros.
 

NY Police Suppress Mass March of Thousands from Wall Street to Brooklyn

In a premeditated plan to suppress a peaceful protest of more than 5,000 people, the New York City Police trapped and arrested more than 700 people today in lower Manhattan as they marched from the Occupy Wall Street encampment to Brooklyn.
 

$3 billion each day for war, 30 million without jobs: Time to rise up

Ten years ago, the ANSWER Coalition held its first action. Remarkably, 25,000 people marched together in Washington, D.C., just 18 days after the Sept. 11 attacks under the slogan “War and Racism are not the ANSWER.”
 

Hundreds protest at Obama’s L.A. fundraiser, demanding 'Stop U.S. wars and fund people’s needs'

“Money for jobs and education, not for war and occupation,” and other chants rang out as hundreds protested at a million-dollar fundraiser for Pres. Obama’s reelection campaign.
 

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