At least 60 Palestinians were killed by the Israeli army on May 14, and thousands more wounded, many suffering critical or life-changing injuries. See photos and video of recent actions, and find upcoming events in your area.
On Sunday, May 20, Venezuelans will go to the polls and vote in one of the most advanced and fraud-proof electoral processes in the world. Rallies and speak-outs will take place in U.S. cities to show support for Venezuela.
Protesters gathered at the Idaho state capitol building in Boise on May 12 to protest the U.S. government's wars and aggression around the world, as well as demand justice and equality for immigrants.
People from across the country are being asked to call the ADA's office in Suffolk County, Long Island, NY, to demand justice for Keenen King and Anthony Holmes-Garriques, who were murdered by racist vigilante Christopher Bouchard.
The ANSWER Coalition urges its supporters to attend this demonstration organized by the 1804 Movement for All Immigrants and Equality for Flatbush: E4F
Nakba Day marks the massive forced displacement of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians to make way for the creation of the state of Israel. Protests, forums and other events will take place across the United States and around the world.
Donald Trump's outrageous, bellicose speech May 8 announcing that the United States would withdraw from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (the "Iran nuclear deal") should be understood for what it is: a calculated maneuver to set the stage for a war against Iran with regime change as the goal.
Momentum builds for May 19 rally at the White House to demand residency for TPS holders and denounce Trump’s racism
On May 19, 2018, from 12:00 to 4:00 p.m. in front of the White House, Haitians, Africans, Latin Americans and North Americans will demonstrate to demand permanent residency in the United States for the tens of thousands of TPS holders soon to be facing deportation.
The weapon used by Israeli soldiers to murder and maim unarmed Palestinians on the Gaza border is the U.S-supplied-and-made Remington M24.
People from Los Angeles and San Diego marched to the border hoping to draw attention to and build support for refugees fleeing U.S.-funded instability and violence in Central America.