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A Nov. 26 march organized by high school and middle school youth protesting the police killing of 13-year-old Andy Lopez was met with overwhelming police force.
Thousands of people took to the street of Santa Rosa, Cal. on Oct. 29, protesting the police killing of a 13-year-old boy.
A movement against police brutality is emerging and growing across the U.S.
On July 21, 2013, over 1,200 people poured onto the lawn of City Hall in Anaheim, Calif., for the first Statewide March to Stop Police Brutality.
Beginning June 28, people across the country have responded to the united call for national days of action to oppose U.S./NATO and Israeli intervention in Syria.
Community members gather at the Sol Collective, a community arts center in Sacramento, Calif., for a forum on police brutality and the prison industrial complex.
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.
An anti-immigrant rally held by a white supremacist organization at the California state capitol in Sacramento was met by a large and noisy counter-demonstration Feb. 23.
On Oct. 10, a cessation of racial hostilities went into effect among prisoners in California prisons, in the interest of prisoner unity in the struggle for human rights.
At the last possible moment to sign or veto bills passed during the 2012 legislative season California Gov. Jerry Brown struck down three different pieces of pro-immigrant legislation.