City Hall Protest Over NYC Homeless Relocations Leads To 11 Arrests

By Dean Moses, Am New York. -

Housing advocates dubbed de Blasio a broken record for his repetitive phrases such as a “Recovery for all” and references to New York’s bright future, which they say ostracizes the homeless [...]

Striking Coal Miners Return To New York To Picket Investor

By Steve Wishnia, Labor Press. -

The miners who dig black rocks from beneath the soil of Alabama returned to New York July 28 to protest outside the steel-clad offices of BlackRock Fund Advisors on East 52nd Street. The [...]

More Protests In Brazil Over COVID Crisis

By Al Jazeera. -

Protesters have taken to the streets across Brazil once more to demand far-right President Jair Bolsonaro step down over his government’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic as well as recent [...]

German Olympic Gymnastics Team Will Wear Unitards In Protest

By Greg Evans, Indy100. -

Germany’s women’s Olympic gymnastic team will wear unitards at the Tokyo 2020 games in protest against the “sexualisation” of the sport. The team will wear full-body outfits that cover their [...]

Protesters Urge Boris Johnson To Take Climate Talks Seriously

By Fiona Harvey, The Guardian -

Protesters will fill London’s Parliament Square on Friday morning, calling on the prime minister, Boris Johnson, to make the climate crisis his top priority, as the UK prepares to host UN talks [...]

Cubans Take To The Street In Defense Of The Revolution

By Steve Sweeney, People's World. -

Thousands of Cubans took to the streets in defense of their revolutionary government on Saturday as President Miguel Díaz-Canel vowed to defend the country from outside interference. “We are [...]

Elbit Tamworth Shut Down For The Third Time

By Palestine Action. -

Action follows brutalisation of Palestinians by Israeli forces over the weekend, with almost 400 injured as live ammunition was used against Palestinians protesting illegal land confiscation in [...]

Frito-Lay Workers Strike Over 84-Hour Weeks, Meager Raises

By Dan DiMaggio, Labor Notes -

“Nobody I know loves Frito-Lay enough that they want to live there,” said Monk Drapeaux-Stewart, a box drop technician, responsible for keeping the plant’s machines supplied with cardboard. “We [...]

Grandparents Protest Chase And Pressure Biden On Climate

By George Lakey, Waging Nonviolence. -

"Because the bank management chose to avoid arrests at its front door, our group eventually took our rockers and banners and moved into the street in front of the bank. There we were arrested — [...]

NYC EMTs, Paramedics To Boycott Parade Honoring COVID First Responders

By Michael Gartland, Thomas Tracy And Graham Rayman, New York Daily News -

Thousands of city frontline workers — including paramedics and emergency medical technicians — plan to boycott Mayor de Blasio’s Hometown Heroes ticker tape parade Wednesday. Members of FDNY [...]

The National Strike In Colombia: A Trade Union Perspective

By Daniel Hawkins, Socialist Project -

While the beginnings of this strike were directly tied to popular discontent with the government’s proposed tax reform bill, it was also a resurgence of the huge protests that enveloped Colombia [...]

14-Day Global Campaign Demands Justice For Victims Of Bolivia Coup

By Pablo Navarrete, The Canary. -

On 10 November 2019, the democratically elected government of Evo Morales in Bolivia was overthrown by a US-government supported military coup. The coup regime, also supported by the UK and [...]

Activists Withhold Gas Bill Payment To Protest National Grid Pipeline

By Kevin Duggan, Brooklyn Paper. -

Environmentalist launched a gas bill strike Tuesday, pledging to withhold money from their monthly utilities in protest of National Grid’s controversial pipeline project beneath the streets of [...]

Students Demand End To University Complicity With Israeli Apartheid

By Apartheid off Campus, Mondoweiss -

University students across the UK are demanding immediate divestment from companies complicit in Israeli apartheid and settler-colonialism as a part of Apartheid Off Campus’s national day of action.

Across India, Protesters Mark Six Months Of Historic Farmers’ Agitation

By NewsClick, People's Dispatch. -

Hundreds of thousands of farmers, workers and members of trade unions, student and women organizations observed a protest at thousands of places across India on Wednesday, May 26. The day marked [...]