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On Nov. 29, the day after the Thanksgiving holiday, known as “Black Friday,” protesters gathered at as many as 1,500 Walmarts across the U.S. to show support for Walmart workers’ struggle.
The people of Albuquerque, N.M., on Nov. 19, defeated an unconstitutional anti-choice initiative that had been put up to a vote on a special election ballot.
Almost 300 people came together in Albuquerque’s downtown on Aug. 20 to mobilize against a referendum that would ban abortions in the city after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
The circumstances around this case are symptomatic of the war being waged against the poor and working class of this country.
Activists from the ANSWER Coalition and the PSL, a member organization of ANSWER, participated in many of the Monsanto protests May 25, part of the global day of action in more than 400 cities.
May 1st is celebrated around the world as International Workers Day and is marked by militant struggle demanding rights for poor and working people.
The Albuquerque chapter of WORD (Women Organized to Resist and Defend) held its first public forum on April 27.
On April 13, hundreds took to the streets nationwide in the largest protests to date opposing the use of drones by the United States government.
The panel-style forum with a Q & A session at the end was attended by young Native organizers, experienced activists and students.
This year Black Friday became a day of labor struggle as Walmart workers made history with a strike and national day of action at the massively profitable corporation that exploits their labor.