From Nubian Square, marchers took their signs and bullhorns to Franklin Park, where calls for justice continued ...
“They like to present these tools as being neutral ... but these tools are being sold to ICE and DHS specifically to track immigrants, to track activists, and to use that information across law enforcement networks to terrorize communities and split families apart."
The heckler returned soon after, and as the rally drew to a close, he lingered nearby, closely watching Hui and her posse of volunteers and organizers. When she began to leave the scene, he stayed on her tail, continuing his shout, “Hong Kong belongs to China!”
Shing, a member of the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers, was fired in February after complaining of sexual harassment and racial discrimination by her supervisor.
Despite cries from advocates and experts, heavily armed SWAT teams are increasingly deployed to nonviolent protests in Mass
As tensions grew between authorities and socialist types, one infamous standoff in Roxbury in 1919 showed just how grisly things could get. At Monroe Avenue and Humboldt Street, activists and Boston cops fought hand to hand until police backup led to more than 100 arrests.
BPD arbitrarily blocks press access throughout controversial demonstration
Fighting for civil rights before, during, and after Inauguration Day
As long as the new Republican administration remains somewhere within the bounds of traditional American politics, there is a lot of room for the full panoply of transformative social movements to maneuver.
Organizing for democracy on the job can spark a movement for democracy nationwide.