On May 13th, protesters from across the Midwest gathered in Dearborn, Mich. to mark the Nakba -- the beginning of the genocidal expulsion of Palestinians in 1948 by forces from the newly-established state of Israel.
We must continue to grow and build a strong, united mass movement to stand with our communities that are targets for harassment by far-right groups.
The ANSWER Coalition is in solidarity with the heroic hunger strike carried out by Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli jails.
This discovery order represents a significant development in the struggle to restore Mumia’s appellate rights and, eventually, to overturn his wrongful conviction in the 1981 shooting of a Philadelphia police officer.
At this city’s Fordham University, the group Students for Justice in Palestine was recently denied club status over concerns that its presence would “stir up controversy.” Students have since filed suit against Fordham for violating free speech rights.
Our contingent raised anti-war demands and highlighted the fact that war is one of the biggest polluters.
The ANSWER Coalition is joining with prominent activists from a wide range of struggles and communities to organize the People's Congress of Resistance! Here's information about the launch event.
In the face of the far right offensive from the Trump administration, tens of thousands of people across the country took to the streets on May Day to fight back.
Articles from Zoom in Korea on the brutal deployment of the U.S. THAAD missile system to South Korea -- Despite this setback, the ANSWER Coalition is committed to continuing the struggle against THAAD and all U.S. intervention in Korea.
From The Real News: Christine Hong of UC Santa Cruz and the Korea Policy Institute discusses the overlooked history behind U.S.-North Korea tensions and says the best hope for resolving them is a progressive government in South Korea willing to engage.