Breonna Taylor Uprising

The Breonna Taylor Uprising is a follow-up during the 2020 civil rights movement to the George Floyd Uprising that began after the police who murdered her were ruled innocent. Breonna Taylor was murdered on March 13th in her own home by police officers who had a no-knock warrant to the wrong house. Her boyfriend returned fire after Taylor had already been shot 8 times, and is being charged with attempted murder. On the 23rd of September, protests broke out in dozens of cities after the announcement that no police officer would be charged with her murder.

Protests

California

Thousands in Huntington Beach Clash With Police During ‘Adrian’s Kickback’ Party

Thousands of partygoers gathered in Huntington Beach, in Los Angeles, after organizing online, dubbing the event ‘Adrian’s Kickback’. Participants blocked roads and threw fireworks at police vehicles, with many jumping on and damaging police cruisers. Over 150 people were arrested, charged with a wide variety of offenses.
Read More
Thousands in Huntington Beach Clash With Police During ‘Adrian’s Kickback’ Party

Hundreds in Los Angeles Return to the Streets in Support of Palestine

Hundreds of protesters in Los Angeles returned to the streets for a 2nd day, in support of the Palestinian struggle after Israel, an internationally designated apartheid state, following its attack on worshippers inside of the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.
Read More
Hundreds in Los Angeles Return to the Streets in Support of Palestine

Thousands in Los Angeles Protest in Solidarity With Palestine

Thousands of protesters in Los Angeles marched in solidarity with the Palestinian struggle after an attack at the Al-Aqsa Mosque, demanding the immediate end of American support to Israel, an internationally designated apartheid state.
Read More
Thousands in Los Angeles Protest in Solidarity With Palestine

Hundreds in Oakland Protest Police Murders of Daunte Wright & Adam Toledo

Hundreds of protesters in Oakland took to the streets to demand justice for Daunte Wright and Adam Toledo, both recent victims of police murder in the United States. Several car dealerships and large corporations were attacked, with a car being set on fire and government buildings being smashed up.
Read More
Hundreds in Oakland Protest Police Murders of Daunte Wright & Adam Toledo

Protesters in Los Angeles March on Anniversary of Breonna Taylor Murder

Hundreds of anarchists in Los Angeles took to the streets on the anniversary of Breonna Taylor’s murder by police via dozens of gunshots after her house was raided with a no-knock warrant by law enforcement. Protesters were able to use a shield wall to push out of kettles and avoid as many arrests as possible, also resisting chemical weapons.
Read More
Protesters in Los Angeles March on Anniversary of Breonna Taylor Murder

Police Attack Civil Rights Protest in Los Angeles

Police in Los Angeles attacked civil rights protesters in the California city’s downtown, assaulting several activists including parents of people murdered by the same police department.
Read More
Police Attack Civil Rights Protest in Los Angeles

Youth Liberation Front in Los Angeles Marches Against Prisons for Youth

Anarchists in the Southwest Youth Liberation Front gathered at the Central Juvenile Detention Center in Los Angeles to demand that all prisons for children be shut down, calling for no minor to be imprisoned in LA County and the United States. Police gathered in the dozens, detaining several participants and taking down personal information.
Read More
Youth Liberation Front in Los Angeles Marches Against Prisons for Youth

UC Berkeley Students Tear Down Fence at People’s Park

The University of California in Berkeley put up a fence around the People’s Park, which was founded by radical activists in the 1960s and inhabited by a houseless camp; in response, students protested at the site and tore down the fence, moving it to the university’s entrance in a statement to the administration that any attempt to restrict access to the area would not be tolerated by the community.
Read More
UC Berkeley Students Tear Down Fence at People’s Park

Antifascists in Sacramento Protest Against ICE, Prisons, and Fascism

Dozens of protesters marched to the California State Capitol in Sacramento in opposition to a planned Trump event there, then splitting up into 2 groups and making noise outside of the Sacramento County Jail while marching through the city with an Abolish ICE Banner.
Read More
Antifascists in Sacramento Protest Against ICE, Prisons, and Fascism

Abolitionists Attack Courthouse in South San Francisco

Abolitionists in the California Bay broke windows and tagged graffiti on the South San Francisco courthouse, and stated that the action was inspired by successful hits in Vacaville and San Francisco, where no arrests occurred. The glass of the front entrance was entirely shattered, and the face was used as a canvas for political slogans.
Read More
Abolitionists Attack Courthouse in South San Francisco

Protesters in San Francisco Smash in ICE Office

30+ anti-racists in San Francisco gathered at the city’s ICE office, smashing in windows and breaching the office to wreak havoc inside, rendering it unusable for a long time. Demonstrators answered the call for a round of Abolish ICE events around inauguration day on J20, with no arrests occurring within the group.
Read More
Protesters in San Francisco Smash in ICE Office

Protesters Smash in Police Station at Vacaville

Dozens of protesters gathered in the southern Californian city of Vacaville, attacking the police station and smashing in many windows before dispersing with no arrests made nor any identities exposed.
Read More
Protesters Smash in Police Station at Vacaville

Antifascists Gather to Counterprotest Trump Event in San Diego

Hundreds of antifascists gathered in San Diego to counterprotest a pro-Trump rally going on in Long Beach, clashing with both Proud Boys and police who were far more aggressive towards the anti-Trump side. Pepper spray was used by several sides, with injuries occurring in sporadic fights that took place throughout the confrontation.
Read More
Antifascists Gather to Counterprotest Trump Event in San Diego

Antifascists Clash With Proud Boys and Police in Sacramento

Dozens of antifascists returned to the streets of Sacramento to combat the weekly Stop the Steal rally attended by Proud Boys, marching as well in support of the Indian Farmers’ Protest solidarity event going on at the same time. Several clashes broke out, with pepper spray being used and a shield wall being formed.
Read More
Antifascists Clash With Proud Boys and Police in Sacramento

Los Angeles Celebrates Placement of Transportation Secretary on Day 22 of Protests

Hundreds of protesters gathered for Day 22 of Block Garcetti protests in front of the Los Angeles Mayor’s house, where…
Read More
Los Angeles Celebrates Placement of Transportation Secretary on Day 22 of Protests

Protesters March on Los Angeles Mayor’s Mansion on Day 20 of Protests

Hundreds of protesters marched on the house of LA Mayor Eric Garcetti on Day 20 of demonstrations demanding he rejects…
Read More
Protesters March on Los Angeles Mayor’s Mansion on Day 20 of Protests

Sacramento Antifascists Fight Proud boys at Stop The Steal Rally

Dozens of antifascists gathered in Sacramento to oppose a Stop The Steal rally organized by the Proud Boys, clashing several times outside of the California State Capitol and 10th street. Police moved in to protect the Proud Boys several times, with the protest eventually dispersing after multiple fights breaking out.
Read More
Sacramento Antifascists Fight Proud boys at Stop The Steal Rally

Protesters in LA Continue Block Garcetti Protests Through Day 19

200 protesters marched on Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s house from 6th & Irving, demanding he rejects offers of becoming Secretary of Transportation under President-elect Joe Biden. Demonstrations continue as Biden comes close to picking his cabinet, with a name expected in a few days.
Read More
Protesters in LA Continue Block Garcetti Protests Through Day 19

Block Garcetti Protesters Continue Demonstrations in Los Angeles for Day 17

Hundreds of protesters returned to the mansion of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti to continue pressure against him to stop looking for a prospect in Biden’s cabinet, of which part he was attempting to become the Secretary of Transportation.
Read More
Block Garcetti Protesters Continue Demonstrations in Los Angeles for Day 17

Los Angeles Returns for Day 15 of Anti-Garcetti Protests

Hundreds gathered in front of the house of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, in a steadily growing crowd demanding that he not be placed as Secretary of Transportation. Demonstrators made noise the entire day, then listening to organizers’ speeches and dispersing.
Read More
Los Angeles Returns for Day 15 of Anti-Garcetti Protests

Huge Turnout Arrives for Block Garcetti Protest Day 14

Protesters returned to the house of LA Mayor Eric Garcetti the day after a protest was attacked by the LAPD,…
Read More
Huge Turnout Arrives for Block Garcetti Protest Day 14

LAPD Attacks Block Garcetti Protest Day 13

Over 100 protesters gathered for Day 13 of the Block Garcetti protests, before seeing the LAPD move into a cluster…
Read More
LAPD Attacks Block Garcetti Protest Day 13

Antifascists Clash With Proud Boys and Police in Sacramanto

Over 200 antifascists gathered to counterprotest a Proud Boys rally to ‘Stop the Steal’ in Sacramento, standing off with the MAGA side and throwing projectiles. Police shot foam bullets at the antifascists, who were then attacked by a Proud Boy with a knife, who promptly fled the scene after being chased by a dozen counterprotesters.
Read More
Antifascists Clash With Proud Boys and Police in Sacramanto

Protesters in Los Angeles Gather for Day 10 Against Garcetti

Dozens of protesters gathered in front of LA Mayor Eric Garcetti’s house to continue demonstrations against the possibility of him…
Read More
Protesters in Los Angeles Gather for Day 10 Against Garcetti

Block Garcetti Los Angeles Protest Day 9

The Day 9 Los Angeles Block Garcetti protest was generally uneventful, with organizers giving out speeches to about 90 in…
Read More
Block Garcetti Los Angeles Protest Day 9

Day 8 Los Angeles Protest Condemns Filming at COVID Testing Center

Protesters in Los Angeles gathered for day 8 of the movement to stop the mayor from becoming Secretary of…
Read More
Day 8 Los Angeles Protest Condemns Filming at COVID Testing Center

Los Angeles Activists Demonstrate Outside of Mayor’s Mansion

About 150 activists gathered outside of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s mansion to demand that Biden not consider him for…
Read More
Los Angeles Activists Demonstrate Outside of Mayor’s Mansion

Black Lives Matter Protests Against LA Mayor Eric Garcetti Continue

Demonstrators gathered for another day of protesting against Biden’s reported consideration of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti for Secretary of…
Read More
Black Lives Matter Protests Against LA Mayor Eric Garcetti Continue

BLM Activists Protest Against Placement of Eric Garcetti as Sec. of Transportation

Dozens of Black Lives Matter activists gathered at the house of Mayor of L.A. Eric Garcetti, who Biden is reportedly…
Read More
BLM Activists Protest Against Placement of Eric Garcetti as Sec. of Transportation

Antifascists Counterprotest Trump Beverly Hills Rally

Black Lives Matter supporters and their anti-fascist counterparts took to the streets against a Beverly Hills Rally for Trump, with several Trump supporters starting fights that quickly ended in the favor of the BLM counterprotesters. Many Trump supporters also called out for the police to open fire on the protesters.
Read More
Antifascists Counterprotest Trump Beverly Hills Rally

Defund the Police Los Angeles Protest

The Los Angeles People’s City Council (LAPCC) took to the streets after the meeting between civilians and the police department, demanding the defunding of police, as well as the resignation of the current mayor of LA. At least 500 protesters attended the march that lasted for more than an hour.
Read More
Defund the Police Los Angeles Protest

ACAB + Dodgers Riot in Los Angeles Takes Place

Dodgers fans and protesters in Los Angeles gathered together to riot after the victory of the Dodgers in the world series, clashing with riot police and burning several structures. A 7-11, a Foot Locker, and a semi truck were all looted as well.
Read More
ACAB + Dodgers Riot in Los Angeles Takes Place

Defund LAPD Protest in Los Angeles

Over 200 protesters in Los Angeles turned out for Black Lives, organized by the Los Angeles People’s Council, demanding the defunding of the LAPD by at least 50% if not 100. No major clashes occurred with police, although minor scuffles did occur.
Read More
Defund LAPD Protest in Los Angeles

Proud Boys Pushed Out by Antifascists in San Francisco

Antifascist counterprotesters pushed out a Proud Boys rally in San Francisco which had an attendance of ~10 people. Counterprotesters arrived in the thousands, forcing the Proud Boys and their fans to evacuate the area.
Read More
Proud Boys Pushed Out by Antifascists in San Francisco

Police Brutality in Los Angeles

Police in Los Angeles have developed a new strategy for police brutality, which pertains to beating people with the edges or simply the front of shields to subdue them and discourage them from ever coming back to a protest in the near future.
Read More
Police Brutality in Los Angeles

Protest in Oakland

Demonstrators took to the streets in Oakland among other cities in California for a 3rd day to protest the Breonna Taylor grand jury ruling.
Read More
Protest in Oakland

Protest in Santa Rosa

A black bloc protest was organized in Santa Rosa, in which hundreds of people marched through the highway, and confronted police but ultimately did not clash with them. Law enforcement blocked off the intersection so that the march would not be able to continue.
Read More
Protest in Santa Rosa

Protests in Los Angeles

Protests occurred in Los Angeles ranging from the hundreds to the thousands in honor of Breonna Taylor and against the grand jury decision not to indict for murdering her.
Read More
Protests in Los Angeles

Colorado

Antifascists in Denver Protest at State Capitol on J20

Hundreds of protesters gathered in Denver for a rally against a planned far-right event that never materialized. Demonstrators marched to the State Capitol, confronting some people with anti-abortion signs, with some escalations occurring with police, although no arrests did occur.
Read More
Antifascists in Denver Protest at State Capitol on J20

Hundreds Protest in Denver Against the War & Genocide on Tigray

Hundreds of protesters gathered at the Colorado State House in Denver, demanding that the United States intervene in the Ethiopian-Eritrean war and genocide on the breakaway Tigray nation. As of now, thousands of civilians have been killed and over 60,000 refugees have fled to Sudan, with an unknown amount in other countries. Many allegations have been made of rape, looting, and bombing of civilian targets as well, perpetrated by Eritrea as well despite Tigray being in Ethiopia.
Read More
Hundreds Protest in Denver Against the War & Genocide on Tigray

Anarchists in Denver Protest in Solidarity With Prisoners in Federal Facility

Dozens of protesters gathered in Denver at a federal prison, in solidarity with those caged inside. Lights could be seen flickering from several cells inside the facility as demonstrators made noise to let the inmates inside know that they are not alone.
Read More
Anarchists in Denver Protest in Solidarity With Prisoners in Federal Facility

Anarchist Black Bloc Takes to the Streets in Denver March

Protesters turned out in the hundreds in Denver to demonstrate against capitalism and police as well as prisons. After marching…
Read More
Anarchist Black Bloc Takes to the Streets in Denver March

Protest in Denver

Protesters took to the streets mere hours after the news that Breonna Taylor’s murderers were declared innocent.
Read More
Protest in Denver

Florida

Georgia

Atlanta Antifascists Drop Banner in Solidarity With Olympia and DC

Antifascists in Atlanta dropped a banner in solidarity with anarchists and other counterprotesters at pro-Trump events in Washington DC and…
Read More
Atlanta Antifascists Drop Banner in Solidarity With Olympia and DC

Antifascists Counterprotest Stop The Steal Protest in Atlanta

About 1000 Trump supporters gathered at the Atlanta State Capitol to protest election fraud accusations with little evidence, with about 100 antifascists gathering to counterprotest it. No fights ended up occurring, although a few confrontations did.
Read More
Antifascists Counterprotest Stop The Steal Protest in Atlanta

Protest in Atlanta

Protesters engaged in demonstrations on the 3rd day after a grand jury ruling determined that the police that murdered Breonna Taylor were innocent.
Read More
Protest in Atlanta

Demonstration in Atlanta

Protests began spontaneously in Atlanta on the night of the 23rd, with police reacting violently, but ultimately too weak in terms of numbers to stop the protesters.
Read More
Demonstration in Atlanta

Illinois

Thousands in Chicago March in Solidarity With Palestinian Struggle

Thousands of protesters in Chicago took to the streets in solidarity with Palestine, marking the 73rd anniversary of the Nakba and demanding the immediate end of US support for Israel, an internationally designated apartheid state criticized for brutal treatment of its colonized Arab population.
Read More
Thousands in Chicago March in Solidarity With Palestinian Struggle

Thousands in Chicago March After 13-Year-Old Murdered by Police

Thousands of demonstrators marched in Chicago following the murder of 13-year-old Adam Toledo by a police officer, as the middle schooler put his hands up before being killed anyways. Demonstrators scuffled with police after 2 arrests were made, both of which resulted in almost immediate releases.
Read More
Thousands in Chicago March After 13-Year-Old Murdered by Police

Heavily Armed Police Face Off With 150 Students in Chicago Suburb Demanding University Police Abolition

Around 150 protesters gathered in the Evanston college town in Chicago to demand the abolition of university police at Northwestern University and the surrounding residence in which its students inhabit. Around 75 heavily armed police units arrived at the peaceful demonstration, appearing as an occupying army but making no arrests.
Read More
Heavily Armed Police Face Off With 150 Students in Chicago Suburb Demanding University Police Abolition

Chicago McDonalds Goes on Strike for #FightFor15

McDonalds workers in Chicago went on strike to demand a $15 minimum wage, an increase in PPE (Personal Protective Equipment), and a union for all. McDonalds and its franchises have been widely criticized for their union-busting practices, which sometimes are harsher than many other multinational corporations.
Read More
Chicago McDonalds Goes on Strike for #FightFor15

Rockford Black Anarchists Protest Against ‘New COINTELPRO’

Black anarchists and antifascist organizations gathered to demonstrate in Rockford, Illinois, against what they deem a new COINTELPRO, which manifests…
Read More
Rockford Black Anarchists Protest Against ‘New COINTELPRO’

Chicago Protests Against Trump and For Black Lives

Protesters in Chicago numbering over 1,000 took to the streets to #CountEveryVote and push Trump out of the White House….
Read More
Chicago Protests Against Trump and For Black Lives

Protests Break out in Waukegan After Murder of Black Man

Waukegan residents took to the streets after the police murder of Marcellis Stinnette, a 19-year-old black man with a child who was shot to death inside his own car along with his girlfriend, who was gravely injured. Over 100 protesters attended the spontaneous demonstration.
Read More
Protests Break out in Waukegan After Murder of Black Man

Protest in Chicago

Demonstrations began against both the grand jury decision to not convict the killers of Breonna Taylor and against the mayor the city who has cracked down many times on protests.
Read More
Protest in Chicago

Kansas

Kansas City Protesters Occupy City Hall

In the days following the beginning of the Breonna Taylor Uprising, protesters occupied Kansas City Hall on the 1st of October, 2020, a Friday. They have engaged in clashes with the police, and the National Guard has been activated in response to the occupation taking place.
Read More
Kansas City Protesters Occupy City Hall

Protest in Kansas City

Protesters took to the streets in Kansas City mere hours after the grand jury ruling to let the police walk free.
Read More
Protest in Kansas City

Kentucky

Louisville

Day 136 of Protests in Louisville

A special march was planned for Day 136 of the Louisville Protests on the 10th of October, marching through the center of Louisville to commemorate the murder of Breonna Taylor and its consequences across the world. Many took the chance to condemn the information found showing that the grand jury was not presented with murder charges upon which to indict the officers involved in her murder.
Read More
Day 136 of Protests in Louisville

Louisville Protest for Breonna Taylor

Protesters took to the streets again a week after the grand jury ruling of Breonna Taylor that ruled her killers innocent on the 23rd of September. The same protest groups remained on the streets for a week straight on end, with certain protests ending with police more violently reacting to the demonstrations.
Read More
Louisville Protest for Breonna Taylor

Protests in Louisville Continue for a Third Day

Demonstrations in Louisville continued after the grand jury ruling rendering Breonna Taylor’s killers innocent. This is the third consecutive night that protesters have taken to the streets demanding the arrest and abolition of the police.
Read More
Protests in Louisville Continue for a Third Day

Uprising Begins in Louisville

The city of Louisville, Kentucky, has taken to the streets after a decision made by a grand jury not to convict the murderers of Breonna Taylor at ~2:00 P.M. Thousands of protesters mobilized within hours to protest in her honor and against the conviction given.
Read More
Uprising Begins in Louisville

Maryland

Black Bloc in Baltimore Marches Against Police

Protesters in Baltimore marched during the weekly FTP demonstration, demanding divestment from police budgets into healthcare, housing, and other services respondent to the needs of the people. Police closely trailed the march, but in a rare turn of events did not attack the protest.
Read More
Black Bloc in Baltimore Marches Against Police

Protest in Baltimore

Protesters took to the streets a day after the Breonna Taylor grand jury verdict in Baltimore, with the protest going on for hours on end; attendance was estimated to be around 250 people.
Read More
Protest in Baltimore

Michigan

Thousands in Dearborn Protest in Solidarity With Palestinian Struggle

Thousands of protesters in Dearborn took to the streets in solidarity with the Palestinian struggle, demanding the immediate end of US support for Israel, a state internationally designated of carrying out apartheid policies against the Arab population under its control.
Read More
Thousands in Dearborn Protest in Solidarity With Palestinian Struggle

Hundreds of Communists and Anarchists in Lansing Participate in Michigan People’s March

Hundreds of protesters in Lansing gathered for the Michigan People’s March, marching down the Michigan Highway 99/S Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in support of Black Lives Matter, socialism, and anarchism. Demonstrators called for the fall of the prison-industrial complex, the American empire, and the abolition of ICE.
Read More
Hundreds of Communists and Anarchists in Lansing Participate in Michigan People’s March

Ann Arbor Takes to the Streets for Black Lives

Protesters in Ann Arbor, to the west of Detroit, took to the streets for the 6th anniversary of the murder of Aura Rosser by the AAPD. Aura Rosser was a 40-year-old African American woman, and was tasered by one officer and shot to death by another on November 8th, 2014. Hundreds of demonstrators marched down city hall to the University of Michigan campus, warding off police and setting up barricades in many areas.
Read More
Ann Arbor Takes to the Streets for Black Lives

Detroit Takes to the Streets Against Trump

Protesters in Detroit demonstrated against the failure of Trump to concede the presidency, also calling for pressure on Biden to end the policies implemented by his former. About 300 demonstrators took part in the march, lasting for hours from morning to evening. No arrests or clashes occurred with police, a trend reflecting police opposition only to more militant demonstrations.
Read More
Detroit Takes to the Streets Against Trump

Black Lives Matter Protest in Detroit

A demonstration took place in Detroit against the city’s police and its brutality towards civilians, advocating for the defunding and eventual abolition of the Detroit police department. No major assaults were made by police officers, and the protest generally managed to avoid any altercations.
Read More
Black Lives Matter Protest in Detroit

Minnesota

Dozens in Minneapolis Protest Police Murder of Winston Smith for 2nd Day

Dozens of protesters returned to the streets of Minneapolis for a 2nd day after the police murder of Winston Smith in his car by undercover US Marshals. Demonstrators blocked roads with cars until their tires were slashed by police and towed, after which the crowd burned a dumpster and 10-20 arrests were made.
Read More
Dozens in Minneapolis Protest Police Murder of Winston Smith for 2nd Day

Dozens in Minneapolis Protest Police Murder of Winston Smith

Dozens took to the streets of uptown Minneapolis following the police murder of Winston Smith, who was leaving a date when he was shot multiple times inside his car by secret police officers wearing plainclothes. Demonstrators set fire to a dumpster and blocked roads until police arrived and aggressively used flashbangs to attack the crowd.
Read More
Dozens in Minneapolis Protest Police Murder of Winston Smith

Dozens in Minneapolis Clash With Police at Car Show

Around 100 people in Minneapolis attended an urban car show until police arrived to break up the gathering. The crowd then threw rocks and fireworks at law enforcement vehicles, forcing them to evacuate the area.
Read More
Dozens in Minneapolis Clash With Police at Car Show

Hundreds in Minneapolis Continue Marches for Daunte Wright

Hundreds of protesters in Minneapolis took to the streets 3 weeks after the police murder of Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center, marching to the suburb’s local police station. Demonstrators put up the name of Wright on the police station’s fence and were met by little to no law enforcement presence, a notable turn from other protests in the area.
Read More
Hundreds in Minneapolis Continue Marches for Daunte Wright

1000 Protesters March in Minneapolis After Derek Chauvin Conviction

Over 1000 protesters in Minneapolis marched after the announcement that former police officer Derek Chauvin had been found guilty of all three counts of murder and manslaughter in the case of George Floyd, whose murder sparked massive protests worldwide and rocked the US. Demonstrators also chanted slogans against the National Guard, whose presence militarized Minneapolis in the weeks prior to the trial.
Read More
1000 Protesters March in Minneapolis After Derek Chauvin Conviction

Hundreds in Minneapolis Protest for Justice for George Floyd During Closing Arguments

Hundreds of protesters in Minneapolis marched to demand justice for George Floyd the day before the decided verdict for the murder which sparked massive protests in 2020. Demonstrators demand the National Guard go home, and called for former police officer Derek Chauvin to be convicted on all 3 counts.
Read More
Hundreds in Minneapolis Protest for Justice for George Floyd During Closing Arguments

Hundreds Return to Protest in Minneapolis Suburb of Brooklyn Center for 7th Day

Hundreds of protesters returned to the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Center to demand justice for Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old unarmed Black man murdered by a police officer. Unlike previous nights, police did not brutally assault the crowd and allowed for a peaceful dispersion.
Read More
Hundreds Return to Protest in Minneapolis Suburb of Brooklyn Center for 7th Day

Police Arrest Over 130 Protesters During Demonstration Demanding Justice for Daunte Wright

Hundreds of protesters gathered for a 6th day of demonstrations in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Center demanding justice for the police murder of Daunte Wright, an unarmed 20-year-old Black man. Police used tear gas and flashbangs, then kettling the crowd and making over 130 arrests.
Read More
Police Arrest Over 130 Protesters During Demonstration Demanding Justice for Daunte Wright

Hundreds Protest in Brooklyn Center After Daunte Wright Murder for 5th Day

Hundreds of protesters gathered for a 5th day in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Center to demand justice for 20-year-old Daunte Wright, who was murdered by a police officer during a traffic stop. Police abandoned a previously heavy-handed strategy and allowed the crowd to disperse peacefully without tear-gas or munitions.
Read More
Hundreds Protest in Brooklyn Center After Daunte Wright Murder for 5th Day

Hundreds in Minneapolis Suburb Protest for 4th Day for Justice for Daunte Wright

Hundreds of protesters in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Park returned to the streets for a 4th day of demonstrations demanding justice for 20-year-old Daunte Wright, an unarmed black man murdered by a police officer. Police officers rained munitions and pepper-spray on the crowd, and Minnesota state troopers swept the area and arrested 24 people.
Read More
Hundreds in Minneapolis Suburb Protest for 4th Day for Justice for Daunte Wright

Hundreds Protest in Minneapolis Suburb for 3rd Day Demanding Justice for Daunte Wright Murder

Hundreds of protesters in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Center took to the streets for a third consecutive day, demanding the prosecution of the officer who murdered 20-year-old Daunte Wright, an unarmed black man. Police launched an exorbitant amount of munitions, firing tear gas and rubber bullets as well as crowd control grenades at the crowd.
Read More
Hundreds Protest in Minneapolis Suburb for 3rd Day Demanding Justice for Daunte Wright Murder

Hundreds in Brooklyn Center Protest to Demand Justice for Daunte Wright Murder

Hundreds of protesters in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Center took to the streets for a 2nd day to demand justice for 20-year-old Daunte Wright, an unarmed black man murdered by officer Katie Potter on the 11th of April. Police and the national guard attacked the demonstration, shooting tear gas and rubber bullets at the crowd.
Read More
Hundreds in Brooklyn Center Protest to Demand Justice for Daunte Wright Murder

Police Attack Hundreds of Protesters in Minneapolis After Police Kill Unarmed Black Man

Hundreds of protesters in Minneapolis gathered at the scene where a police officer murdered 20-year-old Daunte Wright, an unarmed black man, demanding an immediate prosecution of those responsible. Police tear-gassed the crowd once it arrived at the police station, also throwing flashbang grenades and shooting rubber bullets.
Read More
Police Attack Hundreds of Protesters in Minneapolis After Police Kill Unarmed Black Man

Minneapolis Protesters March Demanding Justice for George Floyd

Dozens of protesters in Minneapolis gathered outside of the Hennepin County Government Center to demand justice for George Floyd, thanking Darnella Frazier, the filmer of Floyd’s murder, for her bravery while testifying in court.
Read More
Minneapolis Protesters March Demanding Justice for George Floyd

Dozens of Protesters in St. Paul March on Minnesota State Capitol Demanding Justice for George Floyd

Dozens of protesters in St. Paul marched on the Minnesota State Capitol demanding justice for George Floyd and all stolen lives, including Dolal Idd, a Somali-American killed by police less than a mile away from where Floyd was suffocated by officer Derek Chauvin, facing charges of murder.
Read More
Dozens of Protesters in St. Paul March on Minnesota State Capitol Demanding Justice for George Floyd

Dozens in Minneapolis March on Government Center Demanding Fair Process in Derek Chauvin Trial

Dozens of protesters in Minneapolis gathered at the Hennepin County Government Center, demanding a fair jury selection process in the Derek Chauvin trial, over which the police officer is being charged with murder after killing George Floyd via suffocation with a knee on the black man’s neck.
Read More
Dozens in Minneapolis March on Government Center Demanding Fair Process in Derek Chauvin Trial

1000+ Protesters March in Minneapolis During Beginning of Derek Chauvin Trial

Over 1000 protesters in Minneapolis marched on the day that the Derek Chauvin trial began, demanding justice for George Floyd and that the killer cop be found guilty of his murder.
Read More
1000+ Protesters March in Minneapolis During Beginning of Derek Chauvin Trial

1000 Protesters March in Minneapolis Day Before Derek Chauvin Trial Begins

Over 1000 protesters in Minneapolis marched the day before the beginning of the Derek Chauvin trial, demanding justice for George Floyd after his murder more than 10 months prior.
Read More
1000 Protesters March in Minneapolis Day Before Derek Chauvin Trial Begins

Dozens Gather in St. Paul to March Against Fascism in Protest-Response Training Center

St. Paul protesters marched against fascism in the former Sears lot that was recently bought by agencies to train for protest response. The city stated that it had responded to over 220 protests in 2020, and the number is expected to continue increasing as economic and social hardship grip the United States.
Read More
Dozens Gather in St. Paul to March Against Fascism in Protest-Response Training Center

Protesters in Minneapolis Gather at 3rd Precinct for J20 Against Biden

Dozens of protesters gathered in front of the former Third Precinct of Minneapolis on J20 in a statement of defiance against the new neoliberal regime of Biden, demanding healthcare for all, cash relief, an end to police violence, and an end to capitalism.
Read More
Protesters in Minneapolis Gather at 3rd Precinct for J20 Against Biden

Hundreds Protest in Front of Minneapolis 1st Precinct for Dolal Idd & Jacob Blake

Hundreds of protesters gathered in front of the 1st Precinct in Minneapolis, demanding justice for both Jacob Blake and Dolal Idd. Jacob Blake was shot 7 times in the back in August by police, which led to massive riots in Kenosha; the District Attorney recently stated that no charges would be placed against the police. Dolal Idd was a 23-year-old son of Somali immigrants, and was killed in a confrontation with police in Minneapolis, also sparking large protests.
Read More
Hundreds Protest in Front of Minneapolis 1st Precinct for Dolal Idd & Jacob Blake

Protesters Gather in St. Paul for People’s March Against Police, Pipelines, and Fascism

Hundreds of protesters gathered for a People’s March near the Minnesota governor’s mansion in St. Paul, demanding “Cash not covid”, “Community not cops”, “People not pipelines”, and “Politics without Proud Boys”. Several signs were seen demanding justice for Dolal Idd, as well as in opposition to the Line 3 Tar Sands Pipeline.
Read More
Protesters Gather in St. Paul for People’s March Against Police, Pipelines, and Fascism

1000+ Protesters in Minneapolis March for Dolal Idd

Over a thousand protesters in Minneapolis marched for Dolal Idd, the 23-year-old son of Somali immigrants murdered by police in a parking lot for being in possession of a gun. Organizers called for prosecution against the police responsible, and an investigation of the raid into Dolal Idd’s home by police who put all the adults present in handcuffs.
Read More
1000+ Protesters in Minneapolis March for Dolal Idd

Protesters in Minneapolis Suburb Protest for Dolal Idd at Hopkins Crossroads

Dozens of protesters gathered in a suburb of Minneapolis after the death of Dolal Idd, a 23-year-old son of Somali immigrants shot in a parking lot for possessing a gun. Despite being small in number, the protest occupied Hopkins Crossroads and shut down most access to the West Metro for an extended period of time.
Read More
Protesters in Minneapolis Suburb Protest for Dolal Idd at Hopkins Crossroads

Minneapolis Protests At Youth Justice Center for Prison Abolition On New Year’s

100 protesters gathered in Minneapolis for a New Year’s noise demo outside of prisons, following suit with dozens of other cities across the world. Confrontations with police occurred, with 21 people arrested and 12 booked at the protest.
Read More
Minneapolis Protests At Youth Justice Center for Prison Abolition On New Year’s

Protesters in Minneapolis March for Dolal Idd

Hundreds of protesters gathered at 36th & Cedar in Minneapolis for a vigil in remembrance of Dolal Idd, a 23-year-old son of Somali immigrants murdered by police the night before. Neighbors went outside to cheer on the demonstrators, who marched around the block after listening to speeches given out.
Read More
Protesters in Minneapolis March for Dolal Idd

250 Protesters in Minneapolis Gather After Police Killing of Dolal Idd

Hundreds of protesters gathered at the scene of the police killing of 23-year-old Dolal Idd, son of Somali immigrants. Demonstrators stood off with police, later lighting a fire to keep warm in freezing temperatures and then dispersing after a short march.
Read More
250 Protesters in Minneapolis Gather After Police Killing of Dolal Idd

Standoff Occurs in St. Paul Between Trump Supporters and Antifascists

Antifascists marched against fascism in St. Paul, the capital of Minnesota, in protest of weekly pro-Trump events occurring at the Capitol. The Proud Boys did not end up arriving, and the march against fascism ended without confrontations occurring, despite a weak standoff happening during the event.
Read More
Standoff Occurs in St. Paul Between Trump Supporters and Antifascists

St. Paul Antifascists Clash With Proud Boys at Anti-Lockdown Rally

Dozens of antifascists in St. Paul gathered to counterprotest a Proud Boys rally against Minnesota lockdown, marching through the city…
Read More
St. Paul Antifascists Clash With Proud Boys at Anti-Lockdown Rally

St. Paul Continues Protests After Black Man Shot by Police

Dozens of protesters continued demonstrations in St. Paul after the nonfatal shooting of a black man by 4 police officers, stating that other methods of de-escalation should have been used. Demonstrators marched to the still-barricaded St. Paul Police Department headquarters, with speakers including Soren Stevenson who lost an eye after being shot with a rubber bullet by Minneapolis PD.
Read More
St. Paul Continues Protests After Black Man Shot by Police

St. Paul Protests After Shooting of Black Man

About 30 protesters took to the streets in St. Paul following the shooting of a black man, in which one…
Read More
St. Paul Protests After Shooting of Black Man

Anti-Capitalist March in Minneapolis Takes Place

Anti-capitalists, anarchists, and left-wingers marched in Minneapolis against Trump, also condemning Biden’s lack of policies to mend the wounds of…
Read More
Anti-Capitalist March in Minneapolis Takes Place

ACAB + Anti-Trump Protest in Minneapolis

Protesters in Minneapolis took to the streets in a crowd of about 100 people, clashing with police with 14 arrests…
Read More
ACAB + Anti-Trump Protest in Minneapolis

Protest in Minneapolis Against Police Violence

About 100 protesters took part in a 3-hour march on the 8th of October against police violence in the city and nearby St. Paul, where dozens of black men have been disproportionately killed by police. Many also believe that the police reports claiming that those killed were armed can be forged with no other active witnesses being there a lot of the time.
Read More
Protest in Minneapolis Against Police Violence

Demonstrations in St. Paul

Demonstrations broke out in St. Paul, near Minneapolis, the heart of the George Floyd Uprising, in honor of Breonna Taylor, the new face of the 4th Civil Rights Movement in the United States.
Read More
Demonstrations in St. Paul

New Mexico

Protest in Albuquerque

Demonstrations began in the New Mexico city shortly after the Breonna Taylor grand jury announcement.
Read More
Protest in Albuquerque

New York

Thousands in New York City March in Support of Palestine

Thousands of protesters in New York City returned to the streets, demanding the immediate end of US support for the internationally designated apartheid state of Israel. Police attacked the demonstrators outside of the United Nations headquarters, making several arrests.
Read More
Thousands in New York City March in Support of Palestine

Thousands of Protesters in New York March in Support of Palestine

Thousands of protesters in Brooklyn, New York City, marched for a 3rd day in support of Palestine and against US support to the internationally designated apartheid state of Israel, whose security forces have a record of committing terrorist attacks against the Arab population of the area.
Read More
Thousands of Protesters in New York March in Support of Palestine

Hundreds in New York City Return to the Streets in Support of Palestine

Thousands of protesters in New York City returned to the streets in support of Palestine, demanding an immediate end of US support to the internationally-designated apartheid state of Israel long accused of carrying out terrorist activities against the Arab population.
Read More
Hundreds in New York City Return to the Streets in Support of Palestine

Thousands in New York Protest in Solidarity With Palestine

Thousands of protesters in New York City marched in solidarity with Palestine at the Israeli consulate, demanding the immediate end of US support for the Israeli Defense Forces, Israel’s military, which has been long accused of carrying out terrorist activities against the Palestinian population.
Read More
Thousands in New York Protest in Solidarity With Palestine

Thousands in New York Protest in Solidarity With Colombia

Thousands of protesters in New York City took to the streets in solidarity with demonstrations in Colombia against police violence and the privatization of healthcare. Organizers called for immediate international action in response to police and military brutality and the end of government aggression against protests.
Read More
Thousands in New York Protest in Solidarity With Colombia

Hundreds in New York City March After Chauvin Verdict

Hundreds of protesters in New York City took to the streets after the announcement of former officer Derek Chauvin being found guilty on all 3 counts of murder and manslaughter in the case of the killing of George Floyd. Demonstrators marched into the night and occupied the Manhattan Bridge before later dispersing with no arrests.
Read More
Hundreds in New York City March After Chauvin Verdict

Hundreds March in New York City for Justice for Adam Toledo

Hundreds of protesters marched in New York City to demand justice for Adam Toledo, a 13-year-old boy murdered by Chicago police. Demonstrators marched through Brooklyn, blocking traffic and shutting down activity to disrupt for justice. Around 40 police officers trailed the march, almost numbering 1 for every 5 protesters.
Read More
Hundreds March in New York City for Justice for Adam Toledo

150 Protesters in New York March for Justice After Daunte Wright Murder

Around 150 protesters in New York marched to demand justice for Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old black man murdered by police in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Center. Demonstrators blocked the Alexander Hamilton Bridge and were intimidated by police, although no arrests occurred.
Read More
150 Protesters in New York March for Justice After Daunte Wright Murder

Dozens of New York Protesters Gather for Weekly Black Trans Lives Matter March

Dozens of protesters in New York participated in the weekly Stonewall march for Black Trans Lives, demanding justice for all those murdered and abused by police in New York.
Read More
Dozens of New York Protesters Gather for Weekly Black Trans Lives Matter March

Protesters in New York March for Black Trans Lives

Dozens of protesters in New York gathered for the weekly Stonewall march dedicated to Black Trans Lives, demanding justice for all lives stolen by state violence and aiming to build solidarity in the metropolis of New York’s 6 boroughs.
Read More
Protesters in New York March for Black Trans Lives

Hundreds of New York Protesters March in Support of Sex Workers

Hundreds of protesters in New York marched in support of sex workers and immigrants in the United States, condemning oppressive institutions such as the police, Catholic Church, and other racist organizations that ensure economic and social inequality among much of the American population.
Read More
Hundreds of New York Protesters March in Support of Sex Workers

Hundreds in New York March on First Day of Derek Chauvin Trial

Hundreds of protesters marched in New York on the first day of Derek Chauvin’s trial, demanding justice for the murdered George Floyd who became the catalyst for the popular uprising that grappled the United States in the summer of 2020.
Read More
Hundreds in New York March on First Day of Derek Chauvin Trial

New York Police Attack Protesters After Daniel Prude Killers Ruled Innocent

Around 35 protesters took to the streets of Brooklyn after the Rochester police officers who killed Daniel Prude were not charged. In response to the small march, a miniature army of about 50 New York Police Department officers gathered at the site and made 8-10 arrests.
Read More
New York Police Attack Protesters After Daniel Prude Killers Ruled Innocent

Protesters in New York March After Police Who Murdered Daniel Prude Not Charged

Around 70 protesters marched in New York following a decision made by the courts not to charge the police officers responsible for the murder of Daniel Prude, a black man who suffocated and died after law enforcement put a hood over his head during a mental health crisis in March 2020.
Read More
Protesters in New York March After Police Who Murdered Daniel Prude Not Charged

Dozens of Protesters in Rochester March for 2nd Day After Police Murderers of Daniel Prude are Cleared of Charges

Dozens of protesters marched for a 2nd day in Rochester after the perpetrators of Daniel Prude’s murder, several police officers, were not charged. Prude had been suffocated after police put a hood over his head in March 2020, which started massive protests after body camera footage of the incident came out.
Read More
Dozens of Protesters in Rochester March for 2nd Day After Police Murderers of Daniel Prude are Cleared of Charges

Protesters in Rochester March After Police Murderers of Daniel Prude are Cleared of Charges

Around 100 protesters in Rochester marched after no officers were charged in the murder of Daniel Prude, a black man suffocated by police who put a hood over his entire head, causing him to die a week later. Demonstrators marched to the Rochester Public Safety Building, pushing aside barricades and pushing on the front door before dispersing.
Read More
Protesters in Rochester March After Police Murderers of Daniel Prude are Cleared of Charges

150 Protesters in New York March for Black Lives & Against Houselessness

Over 150 protesters gathered in New York for a joint End Houselessness and Black Lives Matter demonstration, marching through the streets and passing several metros before ending the protest at the Penn Station metro with making meals for hundreds of houseless people.
Read More
150 Protesters in New York March for Black Lives & Against Houselessness

Protesters in New York Shut Down Brooklyn Bridge Against NYPD Violence

Around 50 protesters in New York City shut down the Brooklyn Bridge during a march to Foley Square in Manhattan to denounce numerous incidents of New York Police Department violence and intimidation against protesters, including extremely heavy buildups in previous incidents.
Read More
Protesters in New York Shut Down Brooklyn Bridge Against NYPD Violence

Dozens of Protesters in New York March From Harlem to the Bronx Against Predatory Policing Tactics

Dozens of protesters in New York City marched from Harlem to the Bronx and shut down the Madison Avenue Bridge to denounce the NYPD’s predatory attacks against the Black & Brown community in the Bronx. Despite a heavy police buildup, no confrontations nor arrests occurred.
Read More
Dozens of Protesters in New York March From Harlem to the Bronx Against Predatory Policing Tactics

100+ Protesters in New York March for Abolition of NYPD

Over 100 protesters in New York City took to the streets to demand the abolition of the NYPD, stopping at the police department’s Times Square station & Strategic Response Group headquarters. Demonstrators burned an American flag and a Thin Blue Line flag, confronting a massive police presence although with no confrontations occurring.
Read More
100+ Protesters in New York March for Abolition of NYPD

Dozens of Protesters in New York March After NYPD Attacks Black Woman in Mental Health Crisis

Dozens of protesters in New York City marched after the NYPD attacked a black woman in a mental health crisis, demanding the abolition of the police department due to its ineffectiveness and harm committed against residents of the 6 boroughs.
Read More
Dozens of Protesters in New York March After NYPD Attacks Black Woman in Mental Health Crisis

120 Protesters in New York March Against ICE on Anniversary of Murder of Erick Diaz-Cruz

Around 120 protesters in New York City marched to demand the abolition of ICE on the anniversary of the agency’s murder of Erick Diaz-Cruz, who was unarmed and shot in the face through his hand. Demonstrators crossed the Brooklyn Bridge to the New York State Attorney General’s office, where condemnations of the murder were given by speakers.
Read More
120 Protesters in New York March Against ICE on Anniversary of Murder of Erick Diaz-Cruz

Anarchists in New York March on 84th Precinct After Maskless Police Officer Assaults Protester

Dozens of anarchists in New York City marched on the city’s 84th Precinct on what would have been Trayvon Martin’s birthday, following an incident in which a police officer refused to wear a mask and assaulted a protester. At least 100 police trailed the demonstration, considered by many to be a ridiculous response.
Read More
Anarchists in New York March on 84th Precinct After Maskless Police Officer Assaults Protester

Hundreds in New York Take Part in Weekly Stonewall March

Hundreds of demonstrators marched in New York City as part of the weekly Stonewall Protest demanding justice for black lives and all other victims of police brutality in the United States. Despite a heavy police presence, no confrontations nor arrests took place.
Read More
Hundreds in New York Take Part in Weekly Stonewall March

Hundreds Take to the Streets of Rochester After Police Officer Pepper-Sprays 9-Year-Old Black Girl

Hundreds of protesters gathered in Rochester the day after a police officer pepper-sprayed a 9-year-old girl, demanding an investigation into the event and the immediate dismissal of the officer responsible. Demonstrators marched to the police station, shaking barricades, before leaving to avoid arrests and dispersing shortly after with a caravan of support on their tail.
Read More
Hundreds Take to the Streets of Rochester After Police Officer Pepper-Sprays 9-Year-Old Black Girl

71st Precinct Attacks New York Protesters Demanding Police Accountability

A few dozen protesters arrived at the 71st Precinct in New York City, demanding the department face consequences for countless instances of police brutality during the summer George Floyd protests and on nonviolent civilians. Police attacked the demonstration, making at least 4 arrests against peaceful protesters.
Read More
71st Precinct Attacks New York Protesters Demanding Police Accountability

Protesters Gather for Weekly New York City Stonewall March

Hundreds of protesters gathered at the weekly Stonewall demonstration for Black Trans Liberation, marching through the city before stopping for a speech given by Joel Rivera, a trans woman who was sexually assaulted by both male and female officers while in prison awaiting her bail hearing for exercising first amendment rights.
Read More
Protesters Gather for Weekly New York City Stonewall March

NYC Protesters March in Crown Heights Against ICE, Rent, and Police

About 50 New Yorkers protested in the neighborhood of Crown Heights, demanding police defunding, rent cancellation, the abolition of ICE, and more, marching west with a heavy police presence following them. The crowd dispersed peacefully, and no arrests occurred.
Read More
NYC Protesters March in Crown Heights Against ICE, Rent, and Police

400+ Protesters in New York March Against Anti-Asian Racism and Violence

Around 400 protesters in New York marched from Washington Square Park in opposition to anti-Asian violence beginning to spike across the country due to racism and false blame for the pandemic; demonstrators headed north on 6th Avenue at W34th before later dispersing.
Read More
400+ Protesters in New York March Against Anti-Asian Racism and Violence

Police Arrest 30 During Attack on MLK Day Protest in New York City

Over 400 protesters gathered in New York for Martin Luther King Day, marching down the Brooklyn Bridge and several other prominent sites. Peaceful demonstrators were brutally assaulted by the police, who made a total of 29 arrests by rushing the crowd and yanking people out forcefully.
Read More
Police Arrest 30 During Attack on MLK Day Protest in New York City

Hundreds Gather in New York for Weekly Stonewall March Against Police and Discrimination

Hundreds of protesters gathered in New York for the weekly Stonewall march, demanding the abolition of the NYPD and calling it out for its discrimination against people of color and the LGBTQ+ community. Dozens of bike cops trailed the demonstration, ready to attack if any confrontations broke out, but no arrests ended up occurring.
Read More
Hundreds Gather in New York for Weekly Stonewall March Against Police and Discrimination

50 New Yorkers March in Manhattan Demanding Justice for Andre Hill & Casey Goodson

50 New Yorkers marched from the Barclays Center to the Manhattan Bridge, calling for justice for 2 victims of police brutality in Ohio, Andre Hill and Casey Goodson. Protesters called for the investigations into the police murders to be reopened, and for the officers to face accountability.
Read More
50 New Yorkers March in Manhattan Demanding Justice for Andre Hill & Casey Goodson

Antifascists in New York March Against Fascism and the Far Right

Thousands of antifascists gathered in New York City in opposition to a rumored MAGA event in the city, marching through Manhattan against fascism and the far right. Many noted the fact that there were more cops at the New York march than the Capitol Insurrection perpetrated by right-wingers.
Read More
Antifascists in New York March Against Fascism and the Far Right

Car Hits 6 Abolish ICE Protesters in Manhattan

About 100 protesters gathered in Manhattan for an Abolish ICE demonstration when a car drove through the crowd, killing no one but leading to the hospitalization of 6. The driver could be seen intentionally accelerating towards the crowd as the car rammed through, leading to her arrest.
Read More
Car Hits 6 Abolish ICE Protesters in Manhattan

Anarchists Deface Front of Metropolitan Republican Club Meeting Space

Anarchists paid a visit to the space where the Metropolitan Republican Club of New York would later be holding a meeting, drawing the anarchist circle-a, laying body bags on the floor, and writing “YOU’RE CANCELLED” on the doors of the building in anticipation for the later event which would host many prominent Republicans.
Read More
Anarchists Deface Front of Metropolitan Republican Club Meeting Space

200 Protesters Attend People’s March for Liberation in New York

Protesters gathered in New York at the Barclays Center for the regularly scheduled People’s March for Liberation, a dual-themed racial…
Read More
200 Protesters Attend People’s March for Liberation in New York

Protesters March for Black Trans Lives in New York

Protesters took to the streets for the weekly Stonewall Black Trans Lives Matter march, which attracted hundreds in attendance. Police followed the demonstrators, but no major clashes occurred throughout the night, with the march ending peacefully.
Read More
Protesters March for Black Trans Lives in New York

Banner Drops Take Place All Over New York

Protesters across New York dropped banners for a wide variety of reasons, including rent cancellation, a 2nd stimulus, and the freeing of all prisoners of ICE held in cages in the city’s detention facility. There was also a #NoNBKPipeline banner dropped from the top of a building, to compensate for the lack of activity that has been going on against it.
Read More
Banner Drops Take Place All Over New York

Riot Occurs in New York in Solidarity With Philadelphia

Protesters in New York clashed with police in solidarity with Philadelphia, vandalizing many police cars. Police appeared to be the main escalators of the night, breaking windows of cars that passed by, with some of them driving away straight into police lines.
Read More
Riot Occurs in New York in Solidarity With Philadelphia

Protest in Manhattan in Solidarity With Guinea

Protesters marched in Manhattan in the hundreds in solidarity with Guinea, and against Alpha Conde, the supposed winner for a…
Read More
Protest in Manhattan in Solidarity With Guinea

New York Counterprotests MAGA Rally

Hundreds of people gathered in Times Square and Middletown to resist the MAGA rally held in the center of the city, using many tactics, including direct fights against Trump supporters, throwing eggs at their cars, and stealing flags to later destroy.
Read More
New York Counterprotests MAGA Rally

Black Lives Matter Marches Take Place in New York

2 Black Lives Matter marches took place in New York, calling for reparations for slavery. The first attracted around 50…
Read More
Black Lives Matter Marches Take Place in New York

Coalition Gathers in New York to Protest Police and Wealth Inequality

Protesters in New York’s Washington Square Park gathered in the hundreds to protest rapidly rising inequality due to the pandemic,…
Read More
Coalition Gathers in New York to Protest Police and Wealth Inequality

Black Trans Lives Matter Protest in New York

Demonstrators for Black Trans and Asian Lives took to the streets on the 12th of October to protest the persecution of black, transgender, and Asian people in the city. Protesters marched through Brooklyn and did not engage in any clashes with police.
Read More
Black Trans Lives Matter Protest in New York

Demonstration in New York for Jonathan Price

A protest took place in New York, around City Hall in the intersection of Centre and Chambers. Organizers demanded justice for Jonathan Price, another black man killed by police in Wolfe City, Texas. After the first wave of protests, Price’s killer was arrested.
Read More
Demonstration in New York for Jonathan Price

People’s March for Roxanne Moore in New York

Demonstrators took to the streets in Times Square commemorating the latest trans woman who was murdered by 16 gunshots from the guns of police officers. Protest organizers demanded further defunding for the police than just the $1 billion that the mayor had promised to appease the protests with.
Read More
People’s March for Roxanne Moore in New York

3rd Day of Protests in New York for Breonna Taylor

Protests in New York grew vastly, against the ruling in which the police that killed Breonna Taylor went free. The protests were in the thousands and were centered around Barclays and the Brooklyn bridge, marching from the former to the latter through the night.
Read More
3rd Day of Protests in New York for Breonna Taylor

Protests in Rochester

Protesters took to the streets to denounce the grand jury ruling of the Breonna Taylor case, and continue to go out for Daniel Prude, who was murdered by police earlier in the 4th Civil Rights Movement.
Read More
Protests in Rochester

Massive Demonstrations Occur in New York

Huge protests of over 1,000 people took place in New York on the night of September 23rd against the grand jury decision in the Breonna Taylor case.
Read More
Massive Demonstrations Occur in New York

North Carolina

Dozens of Protesters March in Elizabeth City After Killers of Andrew Brown Acquitted

Dozens of protesters returned to the streets of Elizabeth City after police acquitted the police officers who shot and killed Andrew Brown in his driveway using several assault rifles. Demonstrators marched until dusk and took over several major roads and bridges, as the police trailed the protest.
Read More
Dozens of Protesters March in Elizabeth City After Killers of Andrew Brown Acquitted

Dozens Continue Marching in Elizabeth City for Justice for Andrew Brown

Demonstrators took to the streets nearly a month after the police killing of Andrew Brown, an unarmed Black man in his driveway, who was shot by multiple officers using assault rifles. Police did not make a presence during the demonstration and allowed the march to disperse peacefully.
Read More
Dozens Continue Marching in Elizabeth City for Justice for Andrew Brown

Dozens Protest in Elizabeth City Demanding Justice for Andrew Brown

Dozens of protesters took to the streets 19 days after the beginning of demonstrations demanding justice for Andrew Brown, an unarmed Black man killed by police in his driveway using assault rifles. Police kept a presence in the area, but did not attack the protest and allowed participants to peacefully disperse.
Read More
Dozens Protest in Elizabeth City Demanding Justice for Andrew Brown

Dozens of Elizabeth City Protesters Demand Justice for Andrew Brown

Dozens of protesters took to the streets for a 15th day of demonstrations in Elizabeth City to demand justice for Andrew Brown, an unarmed Black man killed by police officers with assault rifles. Police closely trailed the small demonstration, but no arrests occurred due to a lack of confrontations.
Read More
Dozens of Elizabeth City Protesters Demand Justice for Andrew Brown

Hundreds of Protesters in Elizabeth City March for Justice for Andrew Brown

Hundreds of protesters gathered for a march in Elizabeth City demanding justice for Andrew Brown, an unarmed Black man killed by police with assault rifles, a day before his body would be put to rest. Groups from all over the region made a presence, with the march being one of the largest so far.
Read More
Hundreds of Protesters in Elizabeth City March for Justice for Andrew Brown

Dozens of Protesters in Elizabeth City March for 11th Day for Andrew Brown

Dozens of protesters in Elizabeth City took to the streets for an 11th day to demand justice for Andrew Brown, an unarmed Black man killed by police with assault rifles. Unlike previous days, police did not directly attack the demonstration, and no arrests occurred.
Read More
Dozens of Protesters in Elizabeth City March for 11th Day for Andrew Brown

Dozens March in Elizabeth City Demanding Justice for Andrew Brown for 9th Day

Dozens of protesters returned to the streets of Elizabeth City for a 9th day, demanding justice for Andrew Brown, a black man killed by police officers with assault rifles. Despite police arriving in the dozens with riot gear, protesters did not respond and dispersed without caving to the aggression presented by law enforcement.
Read More
Dozens March in Elizabeth City Demanding Justice for Andrew Brown for 9th Day

Dozens in Elizabeth City Protest for Justice After Andrew Brown Shooting

Dozens of protesters took to the streets of Elizabeth City for an 8th consecutive day, following the police shooting of Andrew Brown. Despite demonstrations remaining entirely peaceful, police arrested several participants and stopped the protest with dozens of militarized officers on the scene.
Read More
Dozens in Elizabeth City Protest for Justice After Andrew Brown Shooting

Dozens in Elizabeth City Continue Protests for Justice for Andrew Brown

Dozens of protesters took to the streets of Elizabeth City for a 7th consecutive day, demanding justice for Andrew Brown, an unarmed Black man killed by police while driving away. Despite a heavy police presence, demonstrators remained peaceful, even following the deployment of several dozen heavily armed police officers.
Read More
Dozens in Elizabeth City Continue Protests for Justice for Andrew Brown

100+ Protesters in Elizabeth City March for 6th Day for Justice for Andrew Brown

Over 100 protesters gathered in Elizabeth City on the 6th day of demonstrations demanding justice for Andrew Brown, an unarmed Black man murdered by police via gunshots to the back of the head while he was still in his car.
Read More
100+ Protesters in Elizabeth City March for 6th Day for Justice for Andrew Brown

100+ Protesters in Durham March for Justice for Daunte Wright

Around 100 protesters in Durham marched to demand justice for Daunte Wright, stopping traffic in front of the Durham County Jail before spray-painting several walls in the area, also burning an American flag at the scene before dispersing with no arrests made.
Read More
100+ Protesters in Durham March for Justice for Daunte Wright

#CountEveryVote Protest in Durham

Over 400 protesters in Durham took to the streets to demand that every vote is counted in the presidential election,…
Read More
#CountEveryVote Protest in Durham

Pro-Democracy Protest in Raleigh Takes Place

Demonstrators in Raleigh gathered in the hundreds to protest for voting rights on Election Day, marching outside of polling stations….
Read More
Pro-Democracy Protest in Raleigh Takes Place

Police Clash With Protesters in Graham at Polling Station

Protesters in Graham, North Carolina in Alamance County took to the streets in a nonviolent protest near a polling station,…
Read More
Police Clash With Protesters in Graham at Polling Station

Black Bloc Protest in Durham

Several antifascist organizations and Black Lives Matter groups joined forces in Durham to organize a black bloc protest in honor of Breonna Taylor and to protest the decision made to acquit the officers that killed her.
Read More
Black Bloc Protest in Durham

Oregon

Portland Anarchists Vandalize 12 Police Vehicles

Anarchists in Portland snuck into a parking lot after a police murder and smashed in around a dozen police vehicles,…
Read More
Portland Anarchists Vandalize 12 Police Vehicles

Hundreds of Portland Protesters Clash With Police on Anniversary of George Floyd Murder

Hundreds of protesters in Portland took to the streets on the anniversary of the George Floyd murder, gathering at the Justice Center in the city’s downtown. After police moved in and declared the demonstration unlawful, the crowd set fire to a dumpster and began to move around the city, breaking windows and writing graffiti.
Read More
Hundreds of Portland Protesters Clash With Police on Anniversary of George Floyd Murder

Portland Anarchists Protest in Solidarity With Colombia

Anarchists in Portland protested and dropped a banner in solidarity with demonstrators in Colombia, in the midst of an uprising against corruption, wealth inequality, and police violence, who were met with incredible state brutality leaving dozens of participants killed by security forces.
Read More
Portland Anarchists Protest in Solidarity With Colombia

Hundreds in Portland Continue Marching for Patrick Kimmons

Hundreds of protesters in Portland took to the streets for a weekly march demanding justice for Patrick Kimmons, a Black man killed by police in 2018. Organizers called for the immediate reopening of the case, and a more conclusive investigation into his killing, which had been shrouded in disputes for a long time.
Read More
Hundreds in Portland Continue Marching for Patrick Kimmons

Hundreds in Portland Protest in Solidarity With Palestinian Struggle

Hundreds of protesters gathered in Portland in solidarity with the Palestinian struggle, in support of BDS and immediately called for the end of US backing to the internationally designated apartheid state of Israel.
Read More
Hundreds in Portland Protest in Solidarity With Palestinian Struggle

150 Portland Protesters March in Solidarity With Uprising in Colombia

Around 150 Portland protesters took to the streets in support of a national uprising and general strike in Colombia against corruption, wealth inequality, and police violence. Demonstrators called for the end of US cooperation with the existing regime and expressed their support with the demonstrations from abroad.
Read More
150 Portland Protesters March in Solidarity With Uprising in Colombia

Hundreds March in Portland on International Workers’ Day

Hundreds of protesters gathered in Portland as part of a demonstration on International Workers’ Day, demanding the abolition of ICE, an agency dedicated to the deportation of undocumented migrants. Demonstrators reassembled in the night, breaking several windows of large corporate stores and other buildings.
Read More
Hundreds March in Portland on International Workers’ Day

Dozens in Portland Protest Against Mayor Ted Wheeler

Anarchist protesters in Portland took to the streets against mayor Ted Wheeler, criticized for persecuting residents of the city who participate in protests, refusing to defund the police, and continuing sweeps of the houseless population.
Read More
Dozens in Portland Protest Against Mayor Ted Wheeler

Hundreds in Portland Protest After Police Murder of Mentally Ill Man

Hundreds of protesters in Portland marched following the police murder of a mentally ill man in the same city, demanding immediate justice for the life lost at the hands of state violence. Fires were set and windows were smashed across the city, with police making few arrests at the scene.
Read More
Hundreds in Portland Protest After Police Murder of Mentally Ill Man

Portland Protesters Set Police Association Building on Fire & March to ICE Facility

Dozens of protesters in Portland gathered at the Portland Police Association building in the city’s north, torching part of the building and burning the door. After riot police arrived on the scene, failing to make any arrests, demonstrators traveled to the ICE facility, also setting fires at the site before dispersing.
Read More
Portland Protesters Set Police Association Building on Fire & March to ICE Facility

Pennsylvania

Hundreds in Philadelphia Protest for Justice for Daunte Wright

Around 150-200 protesters in Philadelphia took to the streets to demand justice for Daunte Wright, an unarmed black man murdered by police in Brooklyn Center, Minneapolis. Demonstrators blocked traffic and moved through the city center before dispersing without arrests made.
Read More
Hundreds in Philadelphia Protest for Justice for Daunte Wright

Counterprotests Take Place in Philadelphia at Pro-Trump Protest

About 15 Trump supporters in Philadelphia turned out at an anti-mail in protest, with about 100 counterprotesters arriving at 8 A.M. No clashes occurred, although many confrontations did, with counterprotesters dancing for hours on end to keep the Trump rally occupied.
Read More
Counterprotests Take Place in Philadelphia at Pro-Trump Protest

Pro-Democracy + BLM March in Philadelphia

Protesters in Philadelphia marched as a part of 2 different protests, one for Walter Wallace, and the other to #CountEveryVote….
Read More
Pro-Democracy + BLM March in Philadelphia

Riots in Philadelphia Continue After Shooting of Walter Wallace

More than 1,000 protesters gathered in West Philadelphia for a protest, which, after clashes with police, quickly devolved into a riot, with teams of people looting Walmarts and the stores of other large corporations. Many cops were injured and were entirely pushed back from the city after the National Guard failed to arrive.
Read More
Riots in Philadelphia Continue After Shooting of Walter Wallace

Defund PPB + Walter Wallace Portland Protest Day 134

Protesters took to the streets for a 134th day in Portland to demonstrate against the murder of Walter Wallace by police, and demanding a PPB budget cut of at least 50%. They demonstrated in front of a city commissioner’s house, demanding that he endorse the defunding.
Read More
Defund PPB + Walter Wallace Portland Protest Day 134

Riot Occurs in New York in Solidarity With Philadelphia

Protesters in New York clashed with police in solidarity with Philadelphia, vandalizing many police cars. Police appeared to be the main escalators of the night, breaking windows of cars that passed by, with some of them driving away straight into police lines.
Read More
Riot Occurs in New York in Solidarity With Philadelphia

Battle of Philadelphia Occurs After Police Shooting

Protesters rioted all across West Philadelphia after the police shooting of a mentally ill man earlier in the day, with over 30 police officers injured and 91 demonstrators arrested. Many areas in the city experienced heavy-handed clashes between protesters and riot police, with cars driving through crowds in some areas. Several police cruisers were captured and burnt.
Read More
Battle of Philadelphia Occurs After Police Shooting

Protest in Philadelphia

Demonstrators in Philadelphia turned out in the thousands within hours to protest in honor of Breonna Taylor.
Read More
Protest in Philadelphia

Tennessee

Police in Memphis Deploy New Technology

Police in Memphis have been seen with newly developed ‘taser shields’, that are used by hitting people in the skin, which delivers them an electric shock. It appears as though the Department of Justice/National Guard has given them these.
Read More
Police in Memphis Deploy New Technology

Texas

Washington

Police Attack Hundreds of Seattle Partygoers in Alki Beach

Police in Seattle attacked a party in Alki Beach, Seattle, which was organized online through several social media websites. 10 arrests were made, and police cleared out the area successfully after a long standoff with the crowd.
Read More
Police Attack Hundreds of Seattle Partygoers in Alki Beach

Anarchists in Seattle Protest in Solidarity With Colombia

Anarchists in Seattle protested in solidarity with the general strike in Colombia, which was sparked in response to police violence and threats of privatization coupled with tax hikes. Demonstrators called for the end of state violence towards the movement and the immediate halt of arms sales to Colombia.
Read More
Anarchists in Seattle Protest in Solidarity With Colombia

100+ Protesters in Seattle Attacked by Police on Anniversary of Breonna Taylor’s Murder

Dozens of protesters in Seattle marched on the anniversary of Breonna Taylor’s murder, a black women shot and killed in her sleep by police who raided her house with a no-knock warrant. Police attacked the crowd marching, beating many and making several arrests after trailing the demonstration on bike.
Read More
100+ Protesters in Seattle Attacked by Police on Anniversary of Breonna Taylor’s Murder

Seattle Protesters March After Police Murder of Mentally Ill Man

Dozens of protesters in Seattle marched after the police murder of a mentally ill man with a knife, demanding the abolition of the Seattle Police Department and the creation of de-escalation methods to be put in place. Demonstrators threw objects at the West Precinct and broke windows nearby before dispersing with no arrests made.
Read More
Seattle Protesters March After Police Murder of Mentally Ill Man

Seattle Protesters Block in East Precinct With Wall of Snow

Dozens of Seattle protesters gathered at the SPD East Precinct, having a snowball fight and later disrupting police activity by building a wall of snow stopping police cars from leaving the facility.
Read More
Seattle Protesters Block in East Precinct With Wall of Snow

Police Attack Protest in Seattle Against State Violence

Police assaulted protesters during a ‘No More State Violence’ march in Seattle, arresting at least 1 person for no apparent reason other than their participation in the demonstration.
Read More
Police Attack Protest in Seattle Against State Violence

Dozens of Seattle Protesters Continue Marching for Black Lives

Dozens of protesters in Seattle gathered for a Black Lives Still Matter march, led by black abolitionists demanding the abolition of the SPD and ICE. Protesters sang chants against SPD, police, ICE, and prisons, blocking roads in order to disrupt activity as much as possible.
Read More
Dozens of Seattle Protesters Continue Marching for Black Lives

Seattle Protesters Participate in Dexmaamxsgism Da Libaalx Indigenous-Led March

Dozens of protesters in Seattle gathered for the Dexmaamxsgism Da Libaalx indigenous-led march for justice for black lives and all others who have fallen to police brutality. Local citizens of native tribes gave speeches about economic and social oppression facing people of color, then marching and chanting anti-capitalist and anti-police slogans.
Read More
Seattle Protesters Participate in Dexmaamxsgism Da Libaalx Indigenous-Led March

Black Action Coalition Marches Against Seattle Police

Dozens of demonstrators in Seattle marched in the weekly Black Action Coalition protest demanding justice for black lives lost to police brutality across the country, moving through several main roads to carry out disruption as a form of direct action.
Read More
Black Action Coalition Marches Against Seattle Police

Abolitionists Protest in Tacoma After Police Run Over Crowd

About 150 protesters gathered in Tacoma following an incident the previous day in which a police cruiser ran over a crowd spectating a street racing event. Demonstrators placed burning barricades on the street, marching to a local prison to make noise for the inmates, as well as smashing windows of state institutions along the way. Police failed to kettle the demonstration, which resulted in very few arrests.
Read More
Abolitionists Protest in Tacoma After Police Run Over Crowd

Protesters in Seattle Gather for Indigenous March Against ICE

Dozens of protesters gathered in Seattle for an indigenous-led march to demand the abolition of ICE and stop all deportations of undocumented immigrants in the United States. Although police trailed the demonstration, no arrests were made and protesters dispersed peacefully.
Read More
Protesters in Seattle Gather for Indigenous March Against ICE

Protesters in Tacoma Gather After Police Run Over Civilian

Dozens of protesters in Tacoma gathered hours after the attempted murder of several spectators of street racing by a police officer in a cruiser, who had arrived to respond to a report of 1 person hit by a car doing donuts. Evidently, this was an inefficient practice as the police officer hit more than 8 people, and ran over one, causing nearly fatal injuries. 2 people were arrested by police at the demonstration for disorderly conduct.
Read More
Protesters in Tacoma Gather After Police Run Over Civilian

Seattle Anarchists March Against ICE on J20

Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Seattle hours after Biden was inaugurated, demanding the abolition of ICE in a direct action march of targeted destruction against companies that work with those who carry out deportations. Starbucks, a notorious pro-police company, and Amazon were both targeted during the demonstration before police showed up and brutally arrested a few people.
Read More
Seattle Anarchists March Against ICE on J20

Abolitionists in Olympia Protest at Thurston County Jail for New Year’s

Dozens of protesters in Olympia gathered at the Thurston county jail, giving a noise and light demo to those caged inside the prison by the state. Police were unable to settle the fast-moving group, and no arrests ultimately occurred.
Read More
Abolitionists in Olympia Protest at Thurston County Jail for New Year’s

Seattle Protesters March on New Years’ Eve for Tamir Rice

Protesters gathered in Seattle for a vigil and march for Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old murdered by police in 2014; it was decided that day that federal charges would not be laid against his murderers. Demonstrators then marched on Marion Street, and were attacked by police who made several arrests.
Read More
Seattle Protesters March on New Years’ Eve for Tamir Rice

Confrontations Occur At Seattle Protest Against Police Union

Dozens of protesters in Seattle gathered for a march to the office of the SPOG (Seattle Police Officer’s Guild) police union, demanding the city halt any funding for it. As the sun went dark, a truck attempted to run over demonstrators, before being stopped by the SPD who also surrounded the black bloc.
Read More
Confrontations Occur At Seattle Protest Against Police Union

Demonstrators in Seattle March for Black Lives

Dozens of protesters gathered for the weekly Black Action Coalition march for BLM in Seattle, shutting down a major road to demonstrate against the sweep that had occurred earlier in the day, chanting “All Cops Are Bastards!” and “No justice, no peace! Take it to the streets and fuck the police!”
Read More
Demonstrators in Seattle March for Black Lives

Police Attack Seattle Protesters Defending Cal Anderson Park From Sweep

Demonstrators in Seattle gathered in protest of the sweep of Cal Anderson Park by police, attempting to stop the department from destroying the property of the unhoused. Police responded with brutality, causing several injuries and arresting a total of 21 people. Most of the belongings of the unhoused people of the park were seen thrown in dumpsters.
Read More
Police Attack Seattle Protesters Defending Cal Anderson Park From Sweep

Protesters in Seattle Barricade Roads and Stop Homeless Sweep at Cal Anderson

Anarchists and other direct action protesters gathered at Cal Anderson Park in Seattle to protect the homeless community there from being hit by a planned sweep, placing barricades and setting up food stands. An empty house was also occupied, and the city of Seattle ended up calling the sweep off.
Read More
Protesters in Seattle Barricade Roads and Stop Homeless Sweep at Cal Anderson

Dozens of Protesters in Seattle March for Black Lives

Dozens of protesters participated in the everyday Black Lives Matter morning march in Seattle, demanding a 100% cut to the SPD’s budget and reinvestment towards the poorer communities of the city. Demonstrators also pursue amnesty for all political prisoners of the George Floyd Uprising and the halting of the construction of a youth jail.
Read More
Dozens of Protesters in Seattle March for Black Lives

Olympia Antifascists Fight Back Against Proud Boys

Hundreds of antifascists at the Washington State Capital, Olympia, gathered to counterprotest against the Proud Boys holding a Stop The…
Read More
Olympia Antifascists Fight Back Against Proud Boys

Demonstrators in Seattle Drop Banner Demanding Justice for Brandon Bernard

Demonstrators in Seattle dropped a banner in solidarity with executed prisoner Brandon Bernard, sentenced in 1999 to a death sentence…
Read More
Demonstrators in Seattle Drop Banner Demanding Justice for Brandon Bernard

BLM Protesters in Seattle March to Cancel Rent

Hundreds of protesters marched in Seattle for a joint Black Lives Matter & Cancel Rent protest, demanding that all unpaid rent during the pandemic be forgiven due to the economic hardship in the United States. Organizers also demanded the abolition of the Seattle Police Department, well-known for its brutality.
Read More
BLM Protesters in Seattle March to Cancel Rent

Protesters March for Kevin Peterson in Hazel Dell

Hundreds of protesters gathered in Hazel Dell, greater Vancouver (city north of Portland), where Kevin Peterson was murdered by police,…
Read More
Protesters March for Kevin Peterson in Hazel Dell

Proud Boys Attack Antifascists in Olympia

Dozens of antifascists gathered for a Smash Fascism protest in Olympia, the Washington state capitol, in which slightly larger amounts of and far more aggressive Proud Boys & Back the Blue supporters gathered to attack them. Brawls with both sides using pepper spray quickly broke out. Shots were fired by a Proud Boy, with a protester injured by the bullet.
Read More
Proud Boys Attack Antifascists in Olympia

Day 180 Direct Action Seattle Protest

Seattle took to the streets in a direct action march on the 180th day of the George Floyd Uprising, appearing…
Read More
Day 180 Direct Action Seattle Protest

Seattle Protests Against Thanksgiving

About 50 demonstrators at Capitol Hill in Seattle gathered to protest against Thanksgiving, smashing up a Starbucks and spray-painting slogans…
Read More
Seattle Protests Against Thanksgiving

Post-Election BLM March in Seattle Takes Place

Over 200 protesters marched across Seattle on the 6th of November, demanding the defunding of the Seattle Police Department and the abolition of ICE. The protest included testimonies from many black and Hispanic organizers, and lasted nearly 3 hours. No clashes occurred with police, as there were other demonstrations also occurring in the area.
Read More
Post-Election BLM March in Seattle Takes Place

Seattle Police Brutally Assault Protesters

On the night of November 4th, a small group of protesters gathered to paint in what was the former CHAZ….
Read More
Seattle Police Brutally Assault Protesters

Police Crack Down on Seattle Protest

Demonstrators in Seattle gathered with an attendance nearing 30 people, in reaction to the attempted Trump coup during the election…
Read More
Police Crack Down on Seattle Protest

Portland/Vancouver Protest Day 138 For Kevin Peterson

Protesters took to the streets of Portland and Vancouver for a 138th day, demanding justice for Kevin Peterson and the…
Read More
Portland/Vancouver Protest Day 138 For Kevin Peterson

Clashes in Vancouver and Portland Amid Protest for Kevin Peterson

1,000 Portlanders attended a vigil in Vancouver for Kevin Peterson, remembering him and demanding justice against his killers. Right-wing agitators from Patriot Prayer armed with AR-15s arrived as well, assaulting protesters, as well as a Trump truck ramming through the crowd. After the vigil, protesters marched to Portland and the courthouse in Vancouver, being shot at twice by a Trump supporter.
Read More
Clashes in Vancouver and Portland Amid Protest for Kevin Peterson

Protests Occur in Vancouver Amid Police Shooting

Protesters took to the streets in Vancouver, Washington, after the shooting of Kevin Peterson by police at least 5 times…
Read More
Protests Occur in Vancouver Amid Police Shooting

Protest in Seattle for Indigenous Black Lives

Protesters took to the streets for the 4-year anniversary of the murder of Renee Davis, an indigenous black woman. More than 200 protesters attended the demonstration, demanding justice for her and her unborn son.
Read More
Protest in Seattle for Indigenous Black Lives

Black Lives Matter Protest in Tacoma

Protesters in Tacoma, south of Seattle, took to the streets for Black Lives after the killing of Marcellis Stinnette earlier…
Read More
Black Lives Matter Protest in Tacoma

Black Lives Matter Protest in Seattle

Protesters took to the streets in Seattle for Black Lives to demonstrate against police brutality in the city that has been criticized for being unaddressed, even through the minor defunding of the police by Mayor Jenny Durkan.
Read More
Black Lives Matter Protest in Seattle

Black Bloc March in Seattle

A 50-strong black bloc in Seattle took to the streets to protest police brutality in the city. It was noted for its uniqueness due to the fact that it remained nonviolent, therefore wasting the resources of the dozen police that trailed them, leading to many recognizing it as a success.
Read More
Black Bloc March in Seattle

Protest in Seattle

Black bloc protesters took to the streets in Seattle in honor of Breonna Taylor, with several clashes occurring between police and protesters. Attendance was around ~700 demonstrators, and it lasted for hours on end, without being dispersed by police, until the protesters got tired out and dispersed.
Read More
Protest in Seattle

Washington D.C.

Hundreds in Washington D.C. Protest in Solidarity With Palestine

Hundreds of protesters in Washington D.C. took to the streets in solidarity with Palestine, demanding the immediate end for US support to the internationally designated apartheid state of Israel. Demonstrators took part in a national wave of support for the Palestinian cause following an Israeli attack on the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Read More
Hundreds in Washington D.C. Protest in Solidarity With Palestine

Dozens in Washington D.C. Protest to Defund the Police

Dozens of protesters in Washington D.C. took to the streets for a demonstration to demand the defunding of the Metropolitan Police Department, stating that healthcare and education have been defunded for too long in the United States.
Read More
Dozens in Washington D.C. Protest to Defund the Police

150 Protesters in Washington D.C. Protest for Justice for Daunte Wright

150 protesters in Washington D.C. returned to the streets to demand justice for Daunte Wright, a victim of police murder in Brooklyn Center, Minneapolis. Police attacked the demonstration as it ended, making several arrests and dragging protesters on the floor.
Read More
150 Protesters in Washington D.C. Protest for Justice for Daunte Wright

Hundreds in Washington D.C. March for Justice for Daunte Wright

Hundreds of protesters in Washington D.C. took to the streets to demand justice for Daunte Wright, an unarmed 20-year-old Black man murdered in Brooklyn Center, Minneapolis. Police attacked the demonstration as it was ending, making several arrests as the rest of the crowd dispersed.
Read More
Hundreds in Washington D.C. March for Justice for Daunte Wright

Hundreds of Protesters in Washington DC March for Justice for Daunte Wright

Hundreds of protesters in Washington D.C. took to the streets in solidarity with Brooklyn Center demonstrations demanding justice for Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old black man murdered by officer Katie Potter.
Read More
Hundreds of Protesters in Washington DC March for Justice for Daunte Wright

Hundreds of Protesters in Washington D.C. March Against Asian-Targeted Violence

Hundreds of protesters in the Washington D.C. neighborhood of Chinatown marched against violence targeted at Asians following a mass shooting of massage parlors that led to the deaths of 6 Asian women and 2 others. Organizers called for the decriminalization of sex work, police abolition, and the end of US and western neocolonialism in Asia.
Read More
Hundreds of Protesters in Washington D.C. March Against Asian-Targeted Violence

Dozens of Protesters in Washington D.C. March on Anniversary of Breonna Taylor Murder

Dozens of protesters in Washington D.C. marched with a shield wall on the anniversary of Breonna Taylor’s murder, condemning the no-knock warrant that resulted in police opening fire into the black woman’s home and shooting her 10+ times.
Read More
Dozens of Protesters in Washington D.C. March on Anniversary of Breonna Taylor Murder

Dozens in DC Participate in FTP March

Dozens of protesters in Washington DC took part in the weekly FTP March, moving through a popular area of the city and being assaulted by MPD officers who bike-checked demonstrators several times. Although police harassed marchers several times, no confrontations escalated into arrests.
Read More
Dozens in DC Participate in FTP March

Protesters Gather in Washington D.C. for Black History Month March

Dozens of protesters in Washington DC participated in the Black History Month march, speaking up about rampant human rights abuses committed by police and the government of the United States against queer and black people.
Read More
Protesters Gather in Washington D.C. for Black History Month March

Anarchists March in Washington DC for Weekly FTP Demonstration

Dozens of protesters gathered in Washington D.C. for the weekly FTP march organized by the They/Them Collective, demanding justice for Xzavier Hill, a teenager killed by state police in Charlottesville on the 9th of January. The MPD harassed the demonstrators, trailing them in nearly equal numbers on bikes, before demonstrators dispersed mostly without issue.
Read More
Anarchists March in Washington DC for Weekly FTP Demonstration

Protesters in Washington D.C. Face Off With Dozens of Police Officers Near Capitol Building

Activists from Shut Down DC gathered to protest against Trump, calling for his impeachment and expulsion from the White House and presidency. They were trailed by more police than there were protesters, while only carrying 2 banners and seemingly presenting no threat of violence.
Read More
Protesters in Washington D.C. Face Off With Dozens of Police Officers Near Capitol Building

Antifascists in Washington D.C. Protest Against Holiday Inn

Washington D.C. antifascists gathered at the Holiday Inn to protest against the corporation’s allowance of Proud Boys to rent rooms, and allegedly providing discounts to them as well. The demonstration occurred in advance of the January 6 March to Save America, in which thousands of Trump supporters will descend on the capital.
Read More
Antifascists in Washington D.C. Protest Against Holiday Inn

Protesters and Police Clash in DC at Protest for Karon Hylton

Dozens of protesters gathered at the 4D precinct in Washington D.C. to protest against the fact that the killer of Karon Hylton was reinstated, and was seen cruising around a gathering of teenagers. Hylton’s mother was then arrested by the MPD and later released.
Read More
Protesters and Police Clash in DC at Protest for Karon Hylton

Antifascists Clash With Proud Boys at March For Trump in Washington D.C.

Thousands of antifascists gathered in Washington D.C. to counterprotest a pro-Trump rally organized by the Proud Boys, with clashes ensuing throughout the entire day and the night ending with 4 stabbed and 23 arrested. Antifascists managed to provide a much larger resistance than the previous Million MAGA March.
Read More
Antifascists Clash With Proud Boys at March For Trump in Washington D.C.

Anarchists Protest Against Police in Washington D.C.

Around 100 protesters gathered in Washington D.C. for the weekly Fuck the Police March organized by the They/Them Collective, an…
Read More
Anarchists Protest Against Police in Washington D.C.

Washington D.C. Marches to Abolish Pol(ICE)

Protesters took to the streets in Washington D.C. to abolish ICE, led by nurses and immigrants who raised attention to…
Read More
Washington D.C. Marches to Abolish Pol(ICE)

Chaos Ensues at Million MAGA March In Washington D.C.

The Million MAGA March was a Trump-supporting demonstration in Washington D.C. that attracted 15,000 people, including several white supremacist and far-right groups. Although vastly outnumbered, antifascists provided significant resistance, clashing throughout the night. 3 people were stabbed by Proud Boys-affiliated groups, and dozens of injuries occurred on both sides.
Read More
Chaos Ensues at Million MAGA March In Washington D.C.

Black Bloc Marches in Washington DC Against Police

Anarchists and other abolitionists turned out in a crowd of 150 people against the police, marching through BLM Plaza and…
Read More
Black Bloc Marches in Washington DC Against Police

Justice for Karon Hylton March in Washington D.C. Amid Pro-Biden Celebration Rallies

Amid celebrations of Trump’s defeat in Washington D.C. and other areas, demonstrators marched for Black Lives and Karon Hylton, stating…
Read More
Justice for Karon Hylton March in Washington D.C. Amid Pro-Biden Celebration Rallies

Anarchist Bloc Marches in DC on Election Night

Washington D.C. anarchists took to the streets in a black bloc march numbering in the hundreds. Multiple clashes occurred with…
Read More
Anarchist Bloc Marches in DC on Election Night

Pro-Democracy Protest in Washington D.C. On Election Night

Over 5,000 protesters in Washington D.C. took to the streets to demonstrate against Trump and voter suppression. Massive banners were…
Read More
Pro-Democracy Protest in Washington D.C. On Election Night

Washington D.C. Protesters Demand Justice for Karon Hylton

50 people in Washington D.C. turned out to a protest that demanded justice for Karon Hylton. Their goals were the…
Read More
Washington D.C. Protesters Demand Justice for Karon Hylton

Washington D.C. Police Attack Protesters For Karon Hylton

Protesters took to the streets again for Karon Hylton, whose family members have also repeatedly been attacked by police. At least 10 protesters were arrested, and a cousin of Hylton was among them. No police were injured during the protest.
Read More
Washington D.C. Police Attack Protesters For Karon Hylton

Clashes Amid Washington D.C. Protest

Protesters in Washington D.C. set a fire and burned an American flag in honor of Karon Hylton before police reinforcements…
Read More
Clashes Amid Washington D.C. Protest

Clashes Between Police and Protesters at Washington DC Riot

Protesters demonstrated for a second night after the police-involved killing of Karon Hylton outside of a DC precinct, with Hylton’s family attending and being tear-gassed and pepper-sprayed by police. Protesters began to employ fireworks as a means of deterring police, with over 10 injuries from firework strikes over the night.
Read More
Clashes Between Police and Protesters at Washington DC Riot

Riots Begin in Washington D.C. After Killing of Black Man

Protesters in Washington D.C. protested after the death of Karon Hylton at the fault of the police, who stopped Hylton…
Read More
Riots Begin in Washington D.C. After Killing of Black Man

Washington D.C. Protest Day 150

Protesters in Washington D.C. engaged in highway blockade to mark the 150th day of demonstrations in the city since the…
Read More
Washington D.C. Protest Day 150

Black Bloc March in Washington D.C. for Black Lives

About 50 Black bloc protesters in Washington D.C. gathered to demonstrate against police brutality in the city, calling for the abolition of the DCPD. The police department has recently received much criticism for their handling of the murder of 18-year-old Deon Kay, upon which there was a lack of investigation.
Read More
Black Bloc March in Washington D.C. for Black Lives

Black Lives Matter Protest in Washington D.C.

A demonstration took place on the night of October 10th to demonstrate against the police of the city and with an ultimate aim of defunding, if not abolishing, the police. Protesters dressed in black bloc as to not get targeted by police, and no major clashes occurred during the march.
Read More
Black Lives Matter Protest in Washington D.C.

Wide Awakes Day Protest in Washington, D.C.

A protest took place on the 3rd of October in Washington D.C. to commemorate Wide Awakes Day, dedicated to turning out voters in a time when voter suppression is commonplace and many see voting as a waste of time that won’t cause change; about 600 protesters took part in the march, that went through the downtown of the city.
Read More
Wide Awakes Day Protest in Washington, D.C.

Protest in Washington D.C. for Breonna Taylor

About 200 protesters demonstrated against the grand jury decision on the Breonna Taylor case for a consecutive 4th day, in what has become a nationwide movement as a sequel to the George Floyd Uprising.
Read More
Protest in Washington D.C. for Breonna Taylor

Protest in Washington D.C.

Protests in Washington D.C. were one of the biggest in the country following the release of the police and the confirmation of their innocence in the Breonna Taylor case.
Read More
Protest in Washington D.C.

Protests.media has increased publishing of articles from ~2-3 articles per day to ~5-6 articles per day. It is increasingly time-consuming to do so, and donations would be very appreciated. We run no advertising and have no sponsors, and are therefore entirely funded by our readers.