Looking around the interwebs and fishing through activist discussion boards, these are the protest events I see coming together in November 2015:
Dignity Day protest in London against austerity and racism in politics, November 1 Demonstration for Free Education, London, November 4 Peace and Unity March against community violence, Watsonville CA, November 7 Three-day Protest […]
On the left-hand side of the Irregular Times website, I try to list upcoming protests that I know about. Today, as you can see, I don’t know much. Here’s my list.
March from NYC to DC to protest racial discrimination in policing kicks off on April 13 Protest Against Mass Incarceration in San Francisco, April […]
I will send money Pushed by light To one twentieth of a new storefront Or to five minutes of a billable hour Or to a sixtieth of a new well I will spend time Twenty minutes on a letter to shaking heads Or four hours on data bouillion Or two days for headed for a […]
Time was, I paid a lot of attention to what Barack Obama said. I waited in line to attend his speeches and transcribed them so everyone could share in the knowledge of his plans. I showed up for meetings his staffers held on environmental issues, eager to disseminate his ideas on water policy for debate […]
The Restore the Fourth movement against massive warrantless seizure of papers and effects by the U.S. Government reports significant success in pulling Americans’ attention back to the NSA PRISM scandal with its nationwide day of protest:
Your protests this week brought major local, national, and international media attention to our movement and, more importantly, to […]
So you say that the youth of today is complacent, accepting, quiescent. Not like you were back in the day?
Naw. It’s just that on the television channels you watch, everyone’s heaping attention on schmucks who set off bombs. In the meantime, Ohio University students staged a protest against tuition increases, getting arrested in the […]