On June 2 and then June 3, a rally against injustice to defend the seven year encampment of the homeless has continued.
While the damage done to the surrounding area is relatively small, this spill is only the latest incident in a series of disastrous pipeline ruptures throughout the country this year.
On Jan. 16, communities gathered to commemorate a true hero of the working class, who fought what he called the “triple evils” of racism, poverty and war.
When bombs and missiles began raining down on the people of Libya. The ANSWER Coalition immediately put out a call for protests to take place across the country to demand "Stop the bombing of Libya."
In his State of the State speech, Perry bragged that “[t]he quality of education in our state is getting better...” while he directed the legislators to slash public education funds by $7 billion from last year’s spending.