Monthly Archives: February 2018

Anti-Fascist protesters confront Cernovich’s event at City Club of Washington

Video:Scenes from the Anti-Fascist protest (1 min 18 sec) On Feb 24th, Mike Cernovich and others associated with the Deploraball were back in DC. They held “A Night for Freedom DC” at The City Club of Washington, 555 13th St … Continue reading

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St Louis and Colorado activists hold “nope no presidential ethics” march on White House

On Feb 19, a small crew of activists from St Louis and from Colorado marched on the White House to denounce Trump on what last year was “Not my President’s Day.” They were here to call out Donald Trump’s utter … Continue reading

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Protesters surround MD Governor’s Mansion over Potomac Pipeline

On the 15th of February, protesters opposing TransCanada’s Eastern Panhandle Extension aka the Potomac Pipeline surrounded the MD Governor’s Mansion in Annapolis. After a starting rally on Lawyer’s Mall in front of the statehouse, protesters fanned out to surround the … Continue reading

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CWA protests “Trump Tolls” infrastructure proposal

On the 12th of February, the Communications Workers of America and others protested against Trump’s infrastructure proposal, scheduled for release that day. The proposal would allow new tolls on existing interstate highways for the first time-and require states or “public … Continue reading

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Slumlord Geoff Griffis gets home demo for Congress Heights

Video highlights of the protest at slumlord Geoff Griffis’ house On the 10th of February, notorious “City Parners” slumlord Geoff Griffis received another protest at his Cleveland Park home over his ongoing efforts to force out the tenants of Congress … Continue reading

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Transit Equity Day rally held in front of Councilmember Jack Evan’s car

Feb 5, 2018 was national Transit Equity Day. Here in DC, activists from several organizations stood between the doors of the Wilson Building and councilmember Jack Evan’s parked car. Yes, the car he can drive instead of using Metro Center … Continue reading

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