This section of the site aims at giving visibility to the numerous local protests and rallies taking place across the U.S. every week.
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Activism Spotlight - Speaking Out in the U.S.
Protests, rallies and creative activism in the U.S.
June 12, 2006
Columbia, Missouri; Oakland, California; Watsonville, California; St. Johnsbury, Vermont; Omaha, Nebraska
In Columbia, Missouri, 50 young people participated in the Youth Peace March organized by 16-year-old Saxon Brown.
The Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army (CIRCA) occupied the military recruitment center in downtown Oakland, California for about 45 minutes until they were forced out and the center shut down for the day.
See more photos and video on IndyBay.
The "Counting Lives Lost, Making Tangible an Abstract Measure of Grief" installation in Watsonville, California uses 4 inch figures to represent the loss of life in the war and occupation of Iraq. For every U.S. soldier who has died, 16 Iraqis (by conservative estimates) have been killed.
Read a report with more photos.
National Intelligence Director John Negroponte spoke to the graduating class of St. Johnsbury Academy in Vermont. His speech was twice interrupted and over 75 protesters gathered outside.
University of Nebraska - Omaha College Democrats and Nebraska Young Democrats organized a protest on the occation of Bush's visit to Omaha to speak about immigration reform.
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Upshot of our Nov. 9th group discussion on current politics:
It wasn't the Russians that got us Trump. Or Comey. Or even the massive GOP election fraud. It was the DNC.*
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