The Sept. 12 protest initiated by the ANSWER Coalition and endorsed by many progressive organizations and unions received widespread coverage in the local, national and international media.
Trillions of dollars spent on wars of aggression over the last fifteen years has robbed communities of color and poor and working people of the money needed for jobs and education while destroying the Middle East and leading the world closer to a military confrontation between major powers.
The history behind this fiesta is one of colonial genocide and imperial settlement by the conquistador Diego de Vargas.
As Native-led resistance at Standing Rock to the Dakota Access Pipeline continues, people across the country have done their part to keep up the pressure by organizing actions in solidarity.
On Monday, Sept. 12, protesters from a wide range of communities united outside of the new Trump hotel in Washington D.C. to stand up to bigotry and exploitation.
The ANSWER Coalition is outraged by the IRS attack on IFCO and urges its supporters to sign the petition denouncing this act of intimidation against the international solidarity movement.
Events will be held this weekend in New Haven, Conn., and Chicago, Ill. to mark Women's Equality Day.
People across the country are taking to the streets to show solidarity with the people of the Standing Rock reservation struggling to block the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
A broad coalition of Palestinian solidarity activists gathered in Beverly Hills on Monday to protest a planned fundraiser for Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton organized by notorious Zionist financier Haim Saban.
The Red Nation calls on everyone to support resisters and water protectors as they put their lives on the line.