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Demonstration demands justice for Donte Jordan

Vigil, rally and march held to demand justice for Donte Jordan, a father racially profiled and murdered by the Long Beach Police Department
 

Exposed: The hidden role of Fusion Centers in the nationwide spying operation against Occupy

The Department of Homeland Security-funded Fusion Centers used their vast anti-terrorism and anti-crime authority and funding to conduct a sprawling, nationwide and hour-by-hour surveillance effort against the Occupy Movement
 

Protesters demand equal protection for LGBTQ workers

Activists call for President Obama to sign an Executive Order protecting the rights of LGBTQ federal contact workers outside of the White House ceremony unveiling the Harvey Milk stamp
 

Conference in Lebanon shows solidarity with Palestinian prisoners

Hundreds attend a conference in Lebanon in solidarity with the thousands of Palestinian prisoners unjustly and illegally held in Israeli prisons
 

U.S. steps up interference in Syria as elections approach

Brian Becker, National Coordinator of the ANSWER Coalition, speaks to RT about increased U.S. aggression in Syria coming shortly before the country's presidential election
 

Fast food workers fight to end poverty

On May 15, fast food workers went on strike in as many as 150 cities around the world. Read reports submitted by activists across the country
 

UC-Riverside student gov't passes Israeli divestment resolution

Student government at University of California-Riverside passes resolution calling on administration to withdraw investments from companies that profit from Israeli apartheid
 

Take Action: Stop funds for neo-Nazis in Ukraine! Not another Odessa massacre!

Thousands of people in the United States have joined the ANSWER Coalition’s “No funds for neo-Nazis in Ukraine” campaign. Help flood the White House and Congress with emails!
 

Message to the Asia Wide Campaign Annual Meeting

Solidarity statement from the ANSWER Coalition to Asia-wide gathering of anti-war organizations
 

'Even with DACA, my family isn't safe'

Interview with 21-year-old undocumented activist and organizer Karla Mejia, who came out publicly as undocumented at an April 6 rally in New York City. She recently received her employment authorization and “protection from deportation” under the two-year program called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), which is set to expire this fall.
 

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