On March 10, 2013 hundreds marched in San Francisco, from the Mission District to the statue of Simon Bolivar at UN Plaza, in tribute to Hugo Chavez and the people of Venezuela.
Within hours of the announcement of the death of President Hugo Chávez, civil rights groups in the United States filed Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) demands with federal agencies seeking information and documents that "relate to or reference or discuss any information regarding or plans to poison or otherwise assassinate the President of Venezuela, Hugo Chávez."
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With a banner reading “From the Mission District to the whole Bay Area—Stop Racist Police Brutality,” over 300 community members rallied against the most recent case of police violence in San Francisco.
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On January 25th, the ANSWER Coalition held a community forum entitled “The Egyptian Revolution Continues,” that was attended by a multi-national crowd of about sixty people.
The ANSWER Coalition joined thousands of people in the annual San Francisco march.
This is the final day. The final hours. The last chance to take action and make a difference. Don't wait any longer.
The tumultuous events of the past few weeks show that a majority of people reject the reactionary platform of the extreme right, and we cannot rely on Democrats to carry out a truly progressive program. So what is the way forward?
On the 11th anniversary of the criminal war on Afghanistan, people across the country took to the streets to denounce U.S. imperialism and the war machine.