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 19, 2006
St. Paul, Minnesota; Manchester, New Hampshire; Washington State; Fort Worth, Texas; Cleveland, Ohio; Sacramento, California;
Marking the Death of 2500 US Soldiers in St. Paul Around 100 persons protested the continuation of the occupation of Iraq the day after it was announced that 2500 US troops have died in the Iraq war and its subsequent occupation. The protest took place in front of Republican Senator Norm Coleman's office in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Protesting Bush in Washington State About 100 anti-Bush demonstrators marched nearly three miles Friday through two Seattle suburbs, at one point waving their protest signs and banners as President Bush's motorcade passed by en route from a high-priced Republican fundraising event.
Peace in Iraq Caucus in Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth Representative Lon Burnham hosted the Peace in Iraq caucus at the Democratic State Convention in Fort Worth. Delegates blew up beach balls for the: Got Balls? End the War protest to be held outside the convention center.
"War Mothers" at Art Festival in Cleveland Peace activists participated in the yearly art festival in Cleveland called "Parade the Circle" with a piece entitled "War Mothers", huge mothers with puppet heads draped in black walked behind a war tank with dead children and soldiers in their arms.
Click here to sign a petition, to put an end to the sanctions against Syria - their only effect is to take a terrible toll on the population, causing them to migrate! And click here to see the video made by the Italian-based Committee to lift sanctions against Syria.
Did someone tell you that U.S. military intervention in Iraq was over? Not true: we're at it again. This time the pretext to drop bombs is "curbing ISIS" (which was created by the U.S. in the first place, to overturn Assad in Syria and al-Malaki in Iraq, and is now out of hand. Like what happened to "our" creature al Qaeda in Afghanistan). And the death toll continues to rise...
Write your senators and tell them: "Enough! U.S. out!! Iraq has shown it can defend itself from ISIS!"