On March 16, activists gathered in Albuquerque, New Mexico to mark the fourth anniversary of the police murder of James Boyd.
On March 20, the Senate voted 44 to 56 to defeat a bipartisan joint resolution to remove U.S. Armed Forces from hostilities between the Saudi-led coalition and the Houthis in Yemen pursuant to the War Powers Resolution.
On the night of March 18, Sacramento police executed Stephon "Zoe" Clark, firing 20 bullets at this 22-year-old, unarmed Black man who was in his grandparents' backyard.
The cold-blooded execution of Rio de Janeiro’s city council representative Marielle Franco has sent Brazilians into the streets in an outpouring of grief, outrage — and fight back. Events in solidarity and demanding justice also took place around the world, including at the White House.
California has been a center of resistance to the Trump administration's racist war on immigrant communities, and this trip was clearly designed as a public relations stunt to stir up bigotry
Starting over the summer, dozens of Zahid’s supporters from Olympia, plus many from Seattle, have gone to the Immigration Court in Seattle to attend what was always deemed the “final” court date for Zahid’s removal case.
The people and governments of South Korea and North Korea want to end the Korean War once and for all. That requires the U.S. government to agree to this just demand.
In a victory for protest and resistance, prosecutors were forced on Friday, March 9th to drop the most outrageous charges against ANSWER Coalition organizer Norman Clement
The ANSWER Coalition urges its supporters to sign the petition demanding the release of Alejandra Pablos, an immigrant rights activist who was illegally taken into ICE custody on March 7 and is still being held.
On Feb. 28, students and youth protested and sat-in demanding that their school stay open as Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s appointed school board passed a motion to close the last four high schools in the working-class neighborhood of Englewood.