This Black History Month, join the ANSWER Coalition and allied organizations for a four-part series of teach-ins and workshops taking place in Los Angeles to highlight revolutionary elements of Black history.
Community members gathered in the parking lot of DeSoto Square Mall and marched across the street to the Sheriff’s Office, where they demanded justice for the 38-year-old father of four.
It is crucial that we uphold the right to self determination of the people of Syria, free of intervention by U.S. imperialism or its partners like Turkey
Hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions, of people poured into the streets the weekend of January 20-21 to protest the ultra-right-wing agenda of the Trump administration.
The ANSWER Coalition is proud to be part of this lawsuit, and will continue its work fighting against attack on the homeless and demanding housing for all as a guaranteed right.
The Democrats have gone back on their word, and brought the Dreamers to the edge of the cliff after eliminating their most significant piece of leverage, and handing all the negotiating power back to Trump and the Republicans.
The 1804 Movement will continue to organize against the racist attacks of the Trump administration.
January 19 in New York City: Haitian community calls for mass demonstration against Trump's racist, anti-immigrant words and policies
The ANSWER Coalition urges its supporters to attend the following demonstration initiated by progressive organizations in the Haitian community against Donald Trump's disgusting racism in both word and deed.
Hundreds of thousands of refugees from El Salvador and Haiti have had their "Temporary Protected Status" revoked as the Trump administration intensifies its war on immigrants. See photos and video from just a few cities where the ANSWER Coalition mobilized.
People rally during new court hearing for political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal: “Mumia’s life is in our hands!”
The decades-long struggle to free falsely imprisoned political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal took another step forward Jan. 17 as a Philadelphia judge heard the first of a new round of arguments focusing on the corrupt and unconstitutional handling of Mumia’s case by the Philadelphia Police Department and District Attorney’s office.