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Bringing Poor People Back to the Forefront on MLK Day

Denver, CO – On January 20, 1986, the first nationwide celebrations took place in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Junior, nearly 20 years after his assassination at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. This year on the 35th annual celebration of Dr. King, the…

πŸ¦„ Investigative , πŸ¦„ Police , πŸ¦„ Social Control

Record Numbers of Complaints Against Minneapolis Police Amidst Ketamine and Killings

Minneapolis, MN – The public has filed staggering numbers of complaints against the Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) in 2018, and high-profile incidents of police misconduct, brutality, and killings have embroiled the department. A year after an MPD officer killed an unarmed Australian,Β Justine Damond, and…

πŸ¦„ Arts and Culture , πŸ¦„ Community , πŸ¦„ Direct Action , πŸ¦„ J20 , πŸ¦„ LGBTQ+ , πŸ¦„ Racism

Millions Join Women’s Marches Worldwide, Empowering Some Femme Voices while Diminishing Others

On January 21st, 2017, there were nearly five hundred Women’s Marches in the United States and two hundred internationally. Attendance at the largest marches, located in Washington, D.C., Chicago, NYC, Boston, Denver, and Los Angeles, were estimated to number between 100,000-750,000 each.
According to the…