Monthly Archives: June 2018

Women march on DOJ, Hart Building against ICE detention, 600+ arrests in mass CD

On the 28th of June, a march of well over 1,000 mostly women marched past Trump Hotel and sat-in outside the “Dept of Injustice” without arrests. Afterwards they descended on Capitol Hill and backed up all entrances to the Dirksen … Continue reading

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Movimiento Cocecha and allies shut down ICE’s DC headquarters

On the 27th of June, Movimiento Cocecha backed by many allies showed up in front of ICE’s DC headquarters on 12th st SW across from the FCC. ICE had barricaded their front doors-and told their employees to stay home for … Continue reading

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Beyond Extreme Energy blockades FERC, 1st st NE

On the 25th of June, Beyond Extreme Energy blocked half of 1st st NE, enough to block access to to FERC’s driveway. The blockade consisted of a pair of mock oil rgs with activists sitting inside. The blockade held firm … Continue reading

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Capitol Police block Poor Peoples’s March from US Capitol grounds

On the 23ed of June, the Poor People’s Campaign held a rally and march on the US Capitol at the endpoint of their initial 40 days of action. The US Capitol Police blocked the march from approaching the Capitol West … Continue reading

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DHS Sec Kirstjen Nielson gets audio of detained kids played outside her house

On June 22, Homeland Security secretarty Kirstjen Nielson got an early morning surprise at her Aleandria townhouse. Before she could leave for work, protesters showed up playing audio of the children she helped to separate from their parents. Protesters chanted … Continue reading

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DC Democratic Socialists of America disrupt DHS Secretary’s dinner at Mexican restaurant

On the 19th of June, Dept of Homeland Security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen thought dinner at a Mexican restaurant came with impunity from being called to account for separating children from their parents at the border. The Metro DC Democratic Socialists … Continue reading

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Poor People’s Campaign launches coordinated blockades at multiple targets

On the 18th of June, the Poor People’s Campaign abandoned Capitol Hill protests. Instead, they marched from a big tent on the Mall and broke into three sections. The march sections went to EPA, HUD, and HHS. The EPA and … Continue reading

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