Monthly Archives: May 2018

Full house at St Stephens Town Hall against Amazon HQ2 coming to DC area

On the 22nd of May, a wide spectrum of community organizations held a town hall meeting at St Stephens Church to begin organizing strong opposition to proposals to locate Amazon.com’s “HQ2” in DC, Montgomery County, MD, or in Northern VA. … Continue reading

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Conoco-Phillips office in DC gets protest over attempt to sieze Venezuala/CITGO assets

In the aftermath of yet another election in Venezuala that US backed candidates failed to win, the US Dept of State is imposing more sanctions on Venezuala and multinational oil company Conoco-Phillips is attemptiomg to sieze Venezualan oil assets including … Continue reading

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Poor People’s Campaign protests inside US Capitol, about 50 arrests

On the 21st of May, the Poor People’s Campaign returned to the US Capitol for a second round of civil disobedience. While cops lined the street to prevent a second round of obstructive street protest, activists went inside the US … Continue reading

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Haitians, allies protest Trump’s deportation plans and “shithole” insults

On May 19th the 1804 Movement for All Immigrants gathered in front of the White House. They were protesting Trump’s decision to end TPS for Haitian and Central American refugees, and his related remarks calling their countries “shitholes.” Speakers celebrated … Continue reading

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Blockade in front of Trump Hotel, Protest at White House after over 50 Palestinians killed protesting Embassy move

Update-video moved to Liveleak after Archive took it down Video of the afternoon protest at the White House including Ray McGovern 4 min 30 sec The 14th of May marked the opening of Trump’s new US Embassy to Israel in … Continue reading

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Mass civil disobedience arrests as Poor People’s Campaign kicks off at US Capitol

On the 14th of May, the Poor People’s Campaign kicked off six weeks of direct action with civil disobedience in cities all over Turtle Island, resulting in hundreds of arrests. Here in DC, protesters marched into the streets from the … Continue reading

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Rally and Actions on Eve of next J20 trial demand charges be dropped

On the 11th of May, activists held a protest in Franklin Square park in front of lunchtime yuppies to demand that the US Government drop all charges against all J20 defendents and cancel the trials. The keynote speaker was Chelsea … Continue reading

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