Water Protector Locks To Enbridge Pipe Yard Gate On Black Friday

By Giniw Collective, Popular Resistance. -

Backus, MN - This morning, one water protector locked their neck to the gate of one of Enbridge’s massive pipe yards south of Backus, Minnesota, as other rallied and shoppers consumed on Black [...]

International Coalition Of Activists Launches Protest Against Amazon

By Loren Grush, The Verge. -

An international group of climate activists and Amazon warehouse workers have launched an online campaign called “Make Amazon Pay,” calling on the tech giant to provide better working conditions [...]

Community Wants Justice For Mother Of Three Killed By Teen Driver

By Georgia Fort and Niko Georgiades, Unicorn Riot. -

Saint Paul, MN – A small crowd gathered on the West Side of St. Paul Sunday afternoon to demand justice for a woman who was fatally run over by a teenage driver. According to family and [...]

Bolivia: New Arrest Warrants For Añez Regime’s Top Officials

By Telesur English. -

The Bolivian Attorney General's Office issued warrants for the arrest of Victor Zamora and Marcel Rivas for the crimes of corruption and political persecution. They were part of the coup-born [...]

Indigenous Activists Are Occupying The Hamptons Until Thanksgiving

By Loretta Graceffo, Waging Nonviolence. -

Between the Atlantic Ocean and the Peconic Bay of Long Island, there is an isthmus known as Canoe Place. Thousands of years ago, the land was where the native Shinnecock tribe carried their [...]

Kenya Is Not A Dumping Ground For US Plastic

By David Whitehouse, The Africa Report. -

The new administration of US president-elect Joe Biden must resist pressure from US oil and chemical companies to use Kenya as a dumping ground for plastic waste. In April, the American [...]

Colombia’s National Strike

By Adriaan Alsema, Columbia Reports. -

A year after Colombia’s biggest anti-government protests in four decades, President Ivan Duque has gone from being an unpopular fraud to being accused of terrorism. Duque and his Defense [...]

Massive Protests In Guatemala Against President And The Congress

By La Izquierda Diario Argentina, Left Voice. -

At least 10,000 people rallied in the central square of the country’s capital, in front of the seat of government, to express their dissatisfaction after 10 months of President Alejandro [...]

Demonstrators Deliver 800 ‘Failing Report Cards’ To Iowa Governor

By Andrea May Sahouri, Des Moines Register. -

As confirmed coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continue to increase in Iowa, activists and community members sent Gov. Kim Reynolds nearly a thousand "failing report cards" during a Friday [...]

Guatemala’s Congress Burns Amid Mass Protest

By Telesur English. -

Guatemalans have taken to the streets for a national protest in rejection of President Alejandro Giammattei, and to demand that he veto the controversial general budget for 2021, approved by [...]

CORE Nigeria: “We Will Fight For Our Total Liberation”

By Baba Aye, Progressive International. -

Nigeria - On 3 October, a young man was killed by the police in Ughelli, a town in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. A video of this incidence was circulated by residents of the city on WhatsApp [...]

Lockdown To Stop The Keystone XL Pipeline

By 2KC Media, Facebook. -

Live from Sovereign Oceti Sakowin Territory in so-called Haakon county, South Dakota at one of many active and illegal KXL Crude Oil Pipeline Pump Stations. Illegal Construction on Treaty [...]

Protest Marks One Month Anniversary Of Lekki Massacre In Nigeria

By the Pan-African Community Action, Popular Resistance. -

Washington, DC - The End SAR Solidarity Network is mobilized DC area based activists to protest in front of the Embassy of Nigeria to demand justice for peaceful protestors in Nigeria who were [...]

Over 100 Rebellions In Jails And Prisons Over COVID19 Conditions

By Ella Fassler, Truthout. -

U.S jails and prisons, already death traps, have been completely ravaged by COVID-19. Crowded quarters, a lack of PPE, inadequate medical care, an aging population, and unsanitary conditions have [...]