Monthly Archives: April 2015

Solidarity march demands DC cops OUT of Baltimore

On the 29th of April, a huge Baltimore Uprising solidarity march issued forth from Chinatown. This march visited the Wilson Building (DC’s city hall) and the White House. A new demand was the removal of all DC cops from Baltimore. … Continue reading

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Baltimore/Freddie Grey solidarity protests begin in DC

On the 28th of April, as the curfew threatened peaceful protesters in Baltimore, solidarity protests began in DC. Protesters marched on the White House, only to find Obama’s answer to the Question of Baltimore was to barricade the White House. … Continue reading

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Ecuadorians protest Chevron at World Bank

Ecuadorians protest Chevron at World Bank On the 27th of April, Ecuadorians showed up in front of the World Bank to protest Chevron’s counter-lawsuit against Indigenous communities harmed by oil spills before the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes … Continue reading

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Georgetown U students drive off Westboro Baptist early

On the 27th of April, Westboro “Baptist,” a hate group notorious for their funeral protests and hatred of GLBT people showed up at Georgetown University. They had a permit to be there for an hour but chose to leave at … Continue reading

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Baltimore police keep baseball fans in stadium during massive Freddie Grey protest

On the 25th of April, a massive protest took to the streets of Baltimore demanding justice for Freddie Grey, whose neck was broken by Baltimore police. Both before and after the City Hall rally, protesters marched on the baseball game … Continue reading

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8 arrests at Pentagon in protest of military pollution and fossil fuel use

On Earth Day, the 22nd of April, antiwar activists showed up first at the EPA and then at the Pentagon to condemn the huge usage of fossil fuels and massive pollution by the US military. Eight of the protesters were … Continue reading

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TPP Opponents, striking contract workers march on US Capitol

On the 22nd of April, hundreds of striking Federal contract workers marched on the US Capitol demanding $15 an hour. They were joined by a second group of activists protesting the TPP “fast track” bill that would allow any TPP … Continue reading

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