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Jeremy Marks Defense Committee Newsletter: Justice is possible, we can make it happen

The Jeremy Marks Defense Committee has been hard at work organizing and participating in events to help spread the word about Jeremy’s case. Read about past and upcoming events, including Jeremy's first pretrial hearing and upcoming fundraisers.
 

Eyewitness report from Wisconsin

Today is the without a doubt the biggest day of demonstrations yet since workers and students took to the streets a week ago to protest Gov. Scott Walker’s assault on the public sector’s collective bargaining rights.
 

Veterans and GIs to the Wisconsin National Guard: ‘Stand with the workers and students!’

We are writing to you as veterans and active duty troops, who are watching closely the growing protests in your state. Your governor, Scott Walker, is preparing to use you to smash the right of your family, friends and neighbors to peacefully demonstrate. There are two sides in this fight.
 

Jeremy Marks Defense Committee Newsletter: 'We're breaking the media silence'

To keep Jeremy out of jail and to continue our work, we need your action and support. Sign the petition and donate today.
 

March 19 Coalition sets plans for Los Angeles protest

Anti-war, community and student organizations attended a meeting of the March 19 Coalition at Immanuel Presbyterian Church.
 

Sign the Petition: Drop All Charges Against Jeremy Marks

Jeremy Marks, an 18-year-old African American high school student, was arrested in May 2010 and charged with a felony for merely videotaping a Los Angeles Unified School District Police officer beating another student.
 

Los Angeles holiday protest demands immediate end to U.S. wars

Despite heavy rain, over 100 people gathered to demand an end to the U.S. wars on Afghanistan and Iraq.
 

Demonstrators across the country demand: 'No New Korean War!'

Activists mobilized from coast to coast for emergency demonstrations in response to the the latest escalation of hostilities in the Korean Peninsula.
 

Pentagon blows up thousands of homes in Afghanistan

Borrowing a page from its infamous “pacification” effort in South Vietnam, where peasant villages were napalmed and burned to the ground to “save them from the communists,” the Obama-ordered surge in Afghanistan has been secretly blowing up thousands of homes and leveling portions of the Afghan countryside.
 

Over 500 participate in PSL National Conference

On Nov. 13 and 14 in Los Angeles, ANSWER Coalition member group the Party for Socialism and Liberation held its second National Conference since its formation in 2004.
 

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