Read a solidarity statement from the ANSWER Coalition that was read at the Nov. 5 protest against Donald Trump's visit to Japan and a report from one of the protest organizers.
"People in the Asia Pacific do not welcome the planned visit of the U.S. President Donald Trump to the region. He will surely face massive people’s protests wherever he goes."
Joint Statement: U.S., South Korean, and Japanese civil society organizations call for a bold shift in policy for peace in Korea and Northeast Asia
The following statement was issued by hundreds of progressive and anti-war organizations in South Korea, Japan and the United States to coincide with Donald Trump's trip to Asia.
We strongly protest the U.S. entry ban of the members of this delegation and demand a full explanation for this action and immediate reversal of this decision.
Dennis J. Banks, Nowa Cumig, great Native warrior and lifelong fighter for freedom and justice, died on October 29 surrounded by his family at the Mayo Clinic.
The humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico continues to grow worse day by day, due to the blatant negligence of the U.S. government and the colonial status of the island nation.
Statement from the ANSWER Coalition: As Trump prepares to embark on his tour of Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam and the Philippines, it is becoming more and more apparent that the purpose of his trip is to drum up support and suppress opposition to the possibility of U.S. war on the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
The author was part of an international team of observers who went to monitor the gubernatorial elections in Venezuela Oct. 15.
Milo Yiannopoulos is on tour across the country spreading vile, fascist hatred of all varieties. Progressive people have been mobilizing to counter him, and recently scored a big victory in Chicago when Yiannopoulos was forced to cancel his event in the face of what was clearly going to be a major counter-protest.
The ANSWER Coalition mobilized to take part in the mass demonstration held Oct. 19 against a speaking event featuring neo-Nazi Richard Spencer at the University of Florida.