On May 24, activists and community members from throughout the Northeast gathered in Hartford, Conn., to protest the incarceration of 16-year-old “Jane Doe,” a transgender Latina girl.
Dec. 5 was a nationwide day of strikes by fast food workers in cities across the U.S. Liberation News was there in the streets to bring these reports.
May 1st is celebrated around the world as International Workers Day and is marked by militant struggle demanding rights for poor and working people.
After nine days of arguments and three days of jury deliberation, the judge in the case of Jewu Richardson on April 12 declared a mistrial after the six-person jury could not come to consensus on any of the charges against Richardson.
Richardson is facing 30 years in prison after being shot by a New Haven police officer on Jan. 16, 2010.
Throughout the latest U.S.-backed Israeli assault on Gaza (Nov. 14-21), protesters took to the streets throughout the United States and of course around the world.
May 1 is celebrated around the world as International Workers Day. Following are May Day reports from the streets by activists with Party for Socialism and Liberation.
Read reports from some of the numerous actions across the United States held on Feb. 4.
On May 1, tens of thousands took to the streets across the country to demand legalization for all immigrants and to stop deportations and the attacks on workers.
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."