Minneapolis Promised Change After George Floyd

By Akin Olla, The Guardian. -

The George Floyd uprising that began in Minneapolis introduced the demand of defunding the police to the general public, empowered Black-led anti-police violence movements across the planet, [...]

‘Pipe Dream’: Enbridge Escalates Local Tensions

By Mary Annette Pember, Indian Country Today. -

Palisade, Minnesota – Even in the bitter cold, the pretty little park along the Mississippi River is inviting, a typical gathering spot for community events with its broad trees and public [...]

Fences, Protesters Return To Berkeley’s People’s Park

By Don Ford, CBS SF Bay Area. -

Fences and protesters on Monday again returned to People’s Park, a famous site of resistance on the UC Berkeley campus, as the campus again mulls possible student housing on the site. It was [...]

The Right Wing Is Trying To Make It A Crime To Oppose Fascism

By Shane Burley, Truthout. -

Conservatives in the U.S. have long sought to reframe grassroots political activism as dangerously radical, but efforts to criminalize protests have rapidly intensified since Donald Trump’s [...]

Man Shot At Anti-Trump Rally

By Jim Ryan, www.oregonlive.com -

By Jim Ryan of The Oregonian. Portland, OR - The fourth round of mass demonstrations in Portland against Donald Trump's election came to a violent end early Saturday morning when someone shot a [...]

Lane County Continues to Violate Constitutional Rights

By Lauren Regan, www.popularresistance.org -

By Lauren Regan of the Civil Liberties Defense Center. EUGENE, OR: On Friday July 24, 2015, the Assistant City Attorney of Eugene dismissed a criminal case that he filed and prosecuted against [...]

Baltimore: Arrestees Suffer Human Rights Abuses

By Marci Tarrant Johnson, www.facebook.com/OccupySantaFe -

More than 250 people have been arrested since Monday here in Baltimore. . . The small concrete booking cells were filled with hundreds of people, most with more than ten people per cell. Three of [...]

Judge Rules In Occupy Pensacola Lawsuit

By Staff, www.pensacolatoday.com -

Florida - After more than three years of litigation in the Occupy Pensacola v. City of Pensacola case, a federal judge has decided the case in favor of the city. Senior U.S. District Judge [...]

Resistance And Transformation

By Malik Yakini, www.michigancitizen.com -

I applaud the young people who have reinvigorated our movement! I am not among those who will criticize others who are marching, dying-in, walking with their hands up, chanting “I can’t breathe” [...]

Missouri Students Risk Serious Penalties For Walkout Protests

By Mariah Stewart, www.huffingtonpost.com -

After high school students across the country walked out of class earlier this week calling for greater police accountability, one school district in the very Missouri county where teenager [...]

Journalists Must Fight Or Become Irrelevant

By Amy Cadler, www.centralmaine.com -

WATERVILLE — New York Times investigative reporter and author James Risen on Sunday said it is critical journalists continue to expose government activities, despite a crackdown on the press by [...]