International Workers' Day, or May Day as it is known, has been revived in recent years in the United States as a day of militant working-class protest.
Community groups in Syracuse are organizing to protest a recent case of police brutality against a disabled man.
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.
Melek Küçükuzun, a young Turkish activist, joins ANSWER Syracuse teach-in from Istanbul via Skype to discuss the recent and ongoing demonstrations.
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.
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.
Several organizations protested the opening of a new bus hub in Syracuse the promised design features failed to deliver a hub accessible to people with disabilities.
The new Syracuse Transit Hub, set to open in September, is in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
On the evening of May 12, a group of over 50 family members, friends, and supporters of Pinet gathered in front of the Justice Center, calling for justice for Raul Pinet and others, and an end to law enforcement brutality and violence.