Monthly Archives: May 2013

Reportbacks from the Poor People’s March Baltimore to DC

From the 11th to the 12th of May, a Poor People’s March walked from Baltimore to DC. When they set out, at least 150 participants were in the march. Thirteen of the marchers went every mile on foot, the rest … Continue reading

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Appalachia Rising delivers toxic well water to EPA with demand for end to MTR mining

On the 8th of May, Appalachia Rising staged a sit-in at the headquarters of the Environmental Protection Agency, demanding that the EPA accept gallons of contaminated water from the wells, taps, and streams used by Appalachia residents in the protest. … Continue reading

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Code Pink holds solidarity vigil for hunger strikers at GITMO

Guantanimo Bay: The very name rings with the cries of the tortured. Now, with Obama going into his 5th year of ignoring his promise to close it, over half the detainees are on hunger strike, some of them being force-fed. … Continue reading

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Familes of Muslims “pre-emptively prosecuted” by FBI or otherwise disappeared speak out

On the 3ed of March, famililes of Muslims entrapped by the FBI, railroaded for charity work, or otherwise unjustly imprisoned by the US spoke out in front of the so-called Department of “Justice.” Video Highlights note: start to finish clips … Continue reading

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Hundreds strong Mayday march dukes it out with cops and Nazis, 4 reported arrests

On May 1, 2013, activists at the Mayday parade intended to march from Malcolm X Park to Lafayette Park, with a surprise protest at the GAP and a Maypole ceremony at Lafayette Park. Cops and even Neo-Nazis had other ideas. … Continue reading

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Grand Jury resisters speak at Georgetown Law

Matthew Duran and Kteeo Olejnik are two of our “silent heroes” who endured months in jail and 60 days in solitary confinement for refusing to snitch to a grand jury investigating anarchists and Occupy activists in and around Seattle. On … Continue reading

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