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Trump Inauguration Protests
A photo essay by Paulo Pergami-Peries

  January 23, 2017

Nearly 400 arrested outside White House protesting Keystone XL
A photo essay by Jenna Pope

  March 2, 2014

Hundreds of NYC Airport Workers Block Highway on MLK Day Demanding Living Wages
Hundreds of NYC Airport Workers Block Highway on MLK Day Demanding Living Wages - A photo essay by Jenna Pope.

  January 21, 2014

Four Years After Haiti's Cataclysmic Earthquake
A look at how Haiti has rebuilt since the earthquake and how much has really changed in the Caribbean nation. - A photo essay by Jessica Desvarieux

  January 11, 2014

Ben Franklin High School Incinerator Protest
A photo essay by Eric Kruszewski

  December 20, 2013

Global Day of Action Targets "Toxic" Free Trade Agreements
Activists in Baltimore and more than 30 cities across the U.S. and Mexico take action to highlight the failures of so-called free trade agreements - a photo essay by Cassidy Regan.

  December 4, 2013

Protesters Hit Baltimore Streets for Universal Healthcare
A photo essay by Casey McKeel: A new state-wide organization wants Maryland to be the second state in the country to adopt single-payer healthcare.

  October 27, 2013

Ecuadorians Rally Outside NYC Courthouse As Chevron Trial Begins
A photo essay by Jenna Pope: In 2011, Chevron was ordered to pay $18 billion to clean vast oil dumping in Ecuador. Now the company is mounting a legal challenge in a US court.

  October 16, 2013

March Against Monsanto Brings Hundreds into New York Streets
A photo essay by Jenna Pope

  October 13, 2013

Egyptian Police are Filling Cairo Morgues with Protesters (WARNING: Graphic Photos)
Photo essay by Tim Eastman. Egypt's experiment in democracy ends in a massacre

  August 22, 2013

30 Arrested in Wisconsin State Capitol for Singing Against Governor Walker
Photo essay by Jenna Pope. For more than two years, the Solidarity Sing Along have serenaded Wisconsin's State Capitol with their criticism of Gov. Scott Walker and the GOP. Now, police say groups of 20 or more need a permit or they will face arrest.

  August 1, 2013

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