A Seongju resident's story: The fight against U.S. THAAD deployment in Korea - National U.S. Speaking Tour
The Task Force to Stop THAAD in Korea and Militarism in Asia and the Pacific is sponsoring a National U.S. Speaking Tour April 4-16 by the Rev. Sunghye Kim, co-chair of the Seongju Struggle Committee to Stop THAAD deployment, who is traveling to the United States from Seongju, South Korea, where she has been a leader in the struggle against the deployment of THAAD.
On March 26 a powerful demonstration was held in Washington, D.C., to stand up to AIPAC in solidarity with the Palestinian people's struggle for justice.
The ANSWER Coalition strongly encourages our supporters to participate in the March 8 International Women's Strike and the associated mass actions taking place across the country.
On February 19, 5,000 protesters took part in a march called by the ANSWER Coalition to reject the Trump agenda.
In response to the Trump administration's anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim offensive, crowds number in the tens of thousands have been gathering in protest at airports across the country.
On and around the one-month anniversary of Trump's Inauguration, massive crowds will take to the streets once again to show their opposition to his far-right agenda.
Join us to discuss how to fight missile defense in the age of Trump and stop THAAD deployment in South Korea.
Tens of thousands of protesters confronted Trump as his motorcade went along the parade route, often outnumbering Trump supporters, as The Guardian reported.
Activists lined the sidewalk outside of the Union Square Best Buy in New York City in one of many coordinated actions around the world calling for the release of Palestinian political prisoner Ahmad Sa’adat and a boycott of Hewlett-Packard products.