Monthly Archives: March 2020

National Guard called out to block Cherry Blossom crowds from defying Trump and Bowser

Update March 23 early AM:Mayor Bowser orders National Guard as well as MPD to block access by cars AND by bike/pedestrians to cherry blossom areas excluding some parts of Constitution Ave. Cops failed, they send in the Guard. Same pattern … Continue reading

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DC Bike Party’s Gender Equality Ride takes place safely outdoors as pandemic of fear grips DC

On the 11th of March, a pandemic of fear could not stop the DC Bike Party’s Gender Equality Ride from taking to the streets. Organizers warned riders to leave some distance between each other, but also reminded everyone that the … Continue reading

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Apache tribe members and allies rally to save Oak Flat from Rio Tinto’s copper mine

On the 11th of March, members of the Apache nation and their allies rallied on Capitol Hill to support the Save Oak Flat Act. This bill would revoke the 2015 “stealth approval” of a land transfer to make possible the … Continue reading

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Vigil held in Columbia Heights for likely innocent man executed in Alabama

On the 9th of march, opponents of the death penalty and racist Alabama “justice” system held a vigil to remember Nathaniel Woods. He was executed for a 2004 killing of three cops in a crackhouse in spite of another person … Continue reading

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Coronavirus cases reported at CPAC, AIPAC

For a long time both AIPAC and CPAC have spread hate and violence. This year, it seems they may have spread something else too. The Washington Post has reported two positive test results for the COVID-19 coronavirus at last week’s … Continue reading

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Kremlin Annex protesters still at H st to avoid paid sound permit requirement

On the 5th of March, the Kremlin Annex protesters were out again, this time with their lighted letters condemning Trump for minimizing the covid-19 coronavirus mess. Due to the Park Service’s recent demands for a PAID sound permit, they were … Continue reading

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Wet’su’weten solidarity protest disrupts Canadian transport minister Marc Carneau at Embassy reception

On the 4th of March, supporters of First Nations Wet’su’weten land defenders disrupted a speech by Canada’s minister of transportation Marc Carneau at a “Gresat Lakes Day” reception at the Canadian Embassy. His job makes him responsible for all that … Continue reading

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