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Akbar Muhammad reports from the front lines of #FergusonOctober

Akbar Muhammad, International Representative of the Nation of Islam, reports on #FergusonOctober
 

Students, community confront DCF head at Yale

On October 16, Connecticut DCF Commissioner Joette Katz did not get the welcome she was expecting when she finished speaking in front of a class at Yale University
 

Weekend of resistance demands justice for Mike Brown

Marches, rallies and civil disobedience rocked St. Louis and Ferguson, demanding the arrest of murderer cop Darren Wilson and an end to racist policy brutality
 

Block the Boat to End Israeli Apartheid!

Join the action at the Port of Oakland on Saturday, Oct. 25 to stop the Israeli Zim shipping line from unloading
 

11,500 angry nurses demand action from Obama on Ebola

In what amounted to a mass global rallying call of health care workers, over 11,500 registered nurses from countries all over the world joined an international conference call convened by National Nurses United to discuss the burgeoning Ebola pandemic
 

International peace summit in Turkey denounces imperialist wars

On October 12, an international peace summit on the crisis in the Middle East, organized by the Peace Association of Turkey, Greek Committee for International Detente and Peace and Cyprus Peace Council, took place in İzmir, Turkey
 

ANSWER participates in Minjok event for justice and peace in Korea

ANSWER organizer Preston Wood addresses Los Angeles event organized by the progressive Korean periodical Minjok marking the 7th anniversary of the Declaration on the Advancement of South-North Korean Relations
 

Seattle recognizes Indigenous Peoples’ Day

The city of Seattle has attracted national and even international attention for making the decision to no longer celebrate the “Columbus Day” holiday and instead recognize the day as Indigenous Peoples’ Day
 

D.C. march continues the struggle for justice for Michael Brown

Protesters took to the streets in Washington, D.C., to demand justice for Michael Brown and an end to police brutality everywhere
 

Surprise! 2,300 more Marines set for Iraq by retiring general

Less than one week after the Pentagon generals announced new one-year deployment rotations to the resurrected U.S. war in Iraq “for 10 to 15 to 20 years,” they also created a new Marine Corps unit to also fight in Iraq
 

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