Monthly Archives: May 2017

DC Zoning approval to “redevelop” Brookland Manor granted as residents protest displacement

On the 22nd of May, the DC Zoning Commission approved the “second stage PUD” to allow redeveloping Brookland Manor without any of the current larger family units and a reduction of over 100 units of affordable housing. This is to … Continue reading

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March on Monsanto protests GMO’s, white phosphorus

On the 20th of May, the annual March on Monsanto marched from the White House to Monsanto’s DC corporate lobbying office on I st by the south side of Franklin Square. This time around, protesters were demanding not only an … Continue reading

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Reportback from March and Vigil to Remember Lives Stolen and Destroyed by the Police

On the 19th of May, DC area activists staged a street march and series of vigils and flower layings to remember those killed by police and the FBI. Terrence Sterling’s name came up a lot during the march. This was … Continue reading

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Protesters at Turkish ambassador’s house denounce Erdogan’s violence and terror

On the 16th of May, Turkish dictator Erdogan’s security forces beat and kicked peaceful pro-YPG and Armenian protesters near the Turkish Embassy.On the 19th of May, protesters returned to the Turkish ambassador’s home near the embassy. They denounced both Erdogan’s … Continue reading

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Protesters target FCC while commission votes 2-1 to scrap net neutrality

On the 18th of May, the FCC met to vote on keeping existing net neutrality rules or scrapping them and starting a new rulemaking from scratch. Net neutrality protestrs set up outside to oppose the push for “fast lanes” and … Continue reading

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DC Reinvest again rallies at Wells Fargo against DAPL and other pipelines

On the 17th of May, DC Reinvest and Rising Hearts Coalition once again showed up in front of the Wells Fargo across 17th st from the White House. They were demanding that Wells Fargo dump the Dakota Access Pipeline and … Continue reading

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YPG supporters beaten, kicked by Turkish dictator’s security at protest near embassy following White House protest

On the 16th of May, theocratic Turkish president (now dictator who can rule by decree) Erdogan showed up at the White House for an official visit with Trump on the subject of terrorism. Outside, supporters of the Kurdish YPG fighters … Continue reading

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