The 1804 Movement will continue to organize against the racist attacks of the Trump administration.
January 19 in New York City: Haitian community calls for mass demonstration against Trump's racist, anti-immigrant words and policies
The ANSWER Coalition urges its supporters to attend the following demonstration initiated by progressive organizations in the Haitian community against Donald Trump's disgusting racism in both word and deed.
Hundreds of thousands of refugees from El Salvador and Haiti have had their "Temporary Protected Status" revoked as the Trump administration intensifies its war on immigrants. See photos and video from just a few cities where the ANSWER Coalition mobilized.
People rally during new court hearing for political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal: “Mumia’s life is in our hands!”
The decades-long struggle to free falsely imprisoned political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal took another step forward Jan. 17 as a Philadelphia judge heard the first of a new round of arguments focusing on the corrupt and unconstitutional handling of Mumia’s case by the Philadelphia Police Department and District Attorney’s office.
ANSWER Coalition activists joined actions marking Martin Luther King Day across the country, honoring his true legacy of uncompromising struggle against war, racism and poverty.
In a court case that could eventually lead to Mumia’s freedom, Judge Leon Tucker has ordered the District Attorney’s office to present new testimony in reference to Ronald Castille. The hearing will take place Jan. 17.
In recent days the Trump administration has escalated its racist war on immigrants to new heights. But the people can fight back and win! Read updates and an action alert from several fronts of this struggle.
"Peace and anti-war forces in the United States, too, need to press their own government to give South Korea the room to chart its own course"
Protests will be taking place across the country on and around January 20 to mark one year since Donald Trump was inaugurated as president.
In memory of Erica Garner: ‘She would want us to continue to fight, organize, mobilize and be the change’
Commemoration of Erica Garner by Kerbie Joseph, New York City organizer against police brutality.