COLUMBUS, Ga. – Despite apprehensions that they would be labeled “terrorists,” at least 10,000 people from across the country gathered at Ft. Benning to protest the School of the Americas (SOA).
KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine – On Nov. 17, about 350 Maine residents joined in a “day of solidarity with the people of the world.”
Our country is facing a two-pronged crisis: a crumbling infrastructure and meltdown of our steel industry and sharp decline in all sections of manufacturing.
NEW YORK CITY – Manhattan’s Winston Unity Auditorium was the site of a concert as part of a worldwide union Day of Action Nov. 9.
I will not join in unity, national or otherwise, with those who are waging this war and the financial elite who stand behind them.
The bombing campaign against the people of Afghanistan will be described in history as the “U.S. Against the Third World.” The launching of military strikes against peasants does nothing to suppress terrorism, and only erodes American credibility in Muslim nations around the world.
CHARLESTON, S.C. – Gathered in the union hall and parking lot on East Bay Street, the dockworkers of International Longshoremen’s Association (ILA) Local 1422, mostly African American men, celebrated their hard-fought victory in the case of the Charleston Five.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Some 1,000 Philadelphia public school students led a demonstration here Nov. 20 against privatization and for full school funding.
DALLAS – A passenger accidentally fired a hunting rifle at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport on Nov. 23 but no one was hurt, an airport spokeswoman said.
BALTIMORE, Md. – “Baltimore wants justice, not war” was the cry of several dozen members of the Baltimore Antiwar Coalition, who gathered outside the Garmatz Federal Court House here Nov. 6.