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February 22, 1974 – The Day Ocean Beach Became an Armed Police State

OCEAN BEACH, CA. 42 years ago, on February 22, 1974 – all hell broke loose in Ocean Beach – and for many of the seventies generation, this day will always live on in their memory as a day of infamy – the day the world came crashing down on our little seaside community. 1,366 more words

City Heights Business Owners Brutalized by San Diego Police

Last July, Luis and Diego Lobaton were returning to their family’s store in City Heights after sneaking a late-night cigarette. They expected a rebuke from their mother. 1,899 more words

Obama Plotting Wave of Martin Luther King Jr. Day Terror—NBA & Police Attacks

David Chase Taylor
January 19, 2015

SWITZERLAND, Zurich — Due to timely reports from Truther.org, the Obama administration (at the behest of the CIA in Switzerland… 787 more words

NBA Terror

Until Justice Is Served

By Muki Majaer | @MukiNajaer
On August 9 Ferguson, Missouri police officer Daren Wilson shot and killed Michael (Mike) Brown, an unarmed 18 year old.  Wilson shot the teenager six times, although Mike’s hands were in the air. 402 more words


Justice for Mike Brown and ALL Victims of Police Terrorism!

For events across Turtle Island following the verdict, check out the Ferguson National Response Network.

“Diversity of tactics” and “be your own bodyguard” will be in FULL EFFECT. 95 more words

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Oct 4th NYC Meeting for October 22 National Day of Protest

AntiRacist organizers, Sandra Killett and parents from Child Welfare Organizing Project with Erica Itzkowitz of AntiRacist Alliance Westchester

On October 22, the National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation, thousands of people must gather in Union Square, take to the streets, and march to Times Square, in a defiant statement that we will not live this way.

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Culture & Community

“This is a test”: Educating to End the School-to-Grave-Pipeline in Ferguson and Beyond

“We were at graduation, me and him, and we were talking. He said he wasn’t going to end up like some people on the streets. He was going to get an education.” 1,709 more words

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