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Voices from the Families Belong Together March in DC

July 2, 2018

Tens of thousands of DC protestors called for an overhaul of immigration policy in the US and said that allowing families to stay together in detention centers is not enough

It’s the End of the World, and I Feel Terrible

May 17, 2018

By Norman Solomon / Truthdig. Ivy Mike was a hydrogen bomb and the first thermonuclear weapon ever tested. The U.S. detonated it on Nov. 1, 1952, on the island of Elugelab in Enewetak Atoll, part of the Marshall Islands in the western Pacific Ocean, as part of Operation Ivy. (National Nuclear Security Administration / Nevada…

Previously Anonymous Police Officers Named in ACLU Suit for J20 Abuses

January 3, 2018

A new filing in a civil suit names 27 officers who allegedly violated civil rights during Inauguration protests, including pepper spraying a 10-year-old boy

J20

October 11, 2017
First amendment issues at stake in a hearing to reassess a protective order that prohibits defendants arrested during Inauguration protests to share discovery evidence

Washington, D.C. Echoes a Growing Call to #KeepItInTheGround

May 18, 2016

1,300 people marched in the nation’s capital this past weekend as part of a global push to divest from fossil fuels