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Mon Jan 30 2017 (Updated 02/01/17)End Domestic Violence, Boycott Driscoll's, and Ban Fracking
Mon Jan 30 2017 (Updated 02/01/17)Hundreds Attend ChangeFest: A Climate Mobilization at State Capitol in Sacramento
A diverse array of Sacramento community groups participated in ChangeFest, a climate mobilization rally at the state capitol on January 21 as part of a week of anti-Trump street protests in Sacramento centered around the Presidential Inauguration.
Speakers and musicians covered issues ranging from violence against women, to the Driscoll’s boycott in support of indigenous farmworkers in Mexico, to successful campaigns to ban fracking in San Benito and Monterey Counties, to the No DAPL struggle at Standing Rock, to the successful struggle by the City of Vallejo to stop oil trains from running through the city.
ChangeFest was part of the Trump Inauguration week protests held throughout the U.S. where local community groups held marches and protests of Trump and local issues that already exist and will likely become worse under his reign. ChangeFest took place concurrently with the Women's March from Southside Park to the Capitol, where over 20,000 people participated; a number of people spent time at both events.
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Honduras forum Saturday Dec 9th 9:15 PM
Archbishop and Evangelical Leader Tell Congress to Protect Puerto Rico in Tax Plans Friday Dec 8th 9:50 AM
Rally to protest electoral fraud in Honduras (1 comment) Friday Dec 1st 8:16 AM
The Chiapas Support Committee presents direct from Oaxaca Monday Nov 27th 1:21 PM
Indigenous Autonomy: Convivial Tools Building a Common Roof Monday Nov 27th 11:41 AM
LA Binational Conference To Cancel NAFTA and Unite Workers Of Mexico and the US Monday Nov 27th 4:14 AM
Liberated Lens film night & fundraiser for Puerto Rico: "TAINO DACA (I AM)" Monday Nov 13th 1:44 PM
Mexican government seeks to disarticulate self-defense groups by imprisoning 42 “comunitarios" Monday Nov 13th 12:09 PM
Support the farmworkers' union in Baja California Wednesday Nov 1st 4:47 PM
El Salvador: Resisting the Right Wing Offensive Tuesday Oct 31st 8:39 PM
Resisting the Right-Wing Offensive in El Salvador: Lessons from Popular Resistance Movements Tuesday Oct 31st 10:22 AM
KPFA WorkWeek Radio On Puerto Rico Labor Action By US Unionists And Jones Act Friday Oct 27th 11:11 AM
Updates From Puerto Rico: in conversation with Jorge Díaz Ortiz Wednesday Oct 4th 1:37 PM
Trump Calls for Puerto Rico's Debt to be "Wiped Out" Wednesday Oct 4th 8:21 AM
Puerto Rico and US Virgin Island Religious Leaders Issue Debt and Aid Statement Tuesday Oct 3rd 11:59 AMMore News...