Were you or was someone you know arrested on April 15, 2000 in Washington D.C.? You may be entitled to $18,000 - but time is running out! Claims must be filed by May 17, 2010 Dear supporter , Spread the word Ten years ago this month (April 15, 2000) nearly 700 people were illegally arrested in Washington D.
Are you sick of the media lies? Demonstrate Fri, Jan 16 4:00 pm Washington Post 1150 15th Street NW (between L and M Sts.) Washington, D.C. Metro to Farragut North or McPherson Square < Everyone should bring at least one issue of the Washington Post—multiple copies if you can—to literally dump them on the Post’s doorstep as we denounce their biased pro-Israeli coverage of the massacre in Gaza and their complete whiteout of protest activities in the United States, including last Saturday’s march of tens of thousands of people.
On Nov. 15, demonstrations demanding equal rights for LGBT people took place across the country, fueled by mass outrage against California’s Proposition 8. The measure, narrowly approved by voters on Nov.
Eugene Puryear’s testimony before Washington, D.C., Council opposing racist checkpoints On June 7, the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C., established a checkpoint and dragnet sealing off part of the Trinidad neighborhood, setting the stage for a martial-law-like occupation.
Robert Moses’s testimony before Washington, D.C., Council opposing racist checkpoints On June 7, the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C., established a checkpoint and dragnet sealing off part of the Trinidad neighborhood, setting the stage for a martial-law-like occupation.
Demand justice for Sean Bell! Jail racist killer cops! Sean Bell with his fiancee Nicole Paultre Rally and community speak-out Today, April 25, 5:30pm in front of Queen's DA office: 125-01 Queens Blvd (bet.
Having closed its eyes to the government's continued disregard for the poor and disproportionately Black population of the Gulf Coast, the big business media has clearly decided that the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina is no longer an "it" story.
In the Aftermath of Katrina: The Struggle for Liberation Continues The History of the Black Struggle in the U.S. There has been a four-century-long struggle of African American people in the U.S. - from slavery to civil rights to liberation.