Hundreds of protesters in Cúcuta took to the streets against neoliberal policies stretched out over multiple presidencies in Colombia, as well as the Tributary Reform which would increase taxes on basic goods and services, such as utilities as well as cutting government aid to low-income workers and households.
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#FightFor15 Strike in Fayetteville
Workers in Fayetteville, North Carolina, have walked off the job for a $15 minimum living wage in the state, and to raise awareness for the election and turn out the vote to ensure the defeat of Trump on November 3rd.
Over 8,500 migrants have crossed Honduras into Guatemala, with the number ever-increasing as more and more desperate and impoverished people attempt to seek a new life in the country that has imperialized the continent. Extreme violence broke out at Vado Hondo in Chiquimula, where the Guatemalan military and police were sent to attack unarmed and poor migrants trying to cross the border.