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Demonstrations

Providence March Against State Violence

January 9th 2009
Providence RI
Justin Kelley

On a cold January Friday afternoon, about 40 people gathered to march in solemn funeral procession through Providence. Folks from throughout Providence responded to the call to action from the radical queer "What Queer" collective and gathered at Burnside Park to stand against government violence and mourn the victims of the state here, all over the nation and abroad.

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Rochester Marches in Solidarity with Greece

Rochester, NY Joins International Solidarity Marches in Support of Greek Uprising

Originally from and photos at http://rochester.indymedia.org

by Zarha Dillon-Zuppelli, Photos by Mary Adams

Two weeks ago in Athens, Greece, a 16 year old anarchist got shot in the back of the head by a cop. Rochester SDS - Students for a Democratic Society -organized a march of approximately 20 people on December 20th, a day of international solidarity, to support the uprising that is happening in Greece and spread the word about what is going on.

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Syracuse Solidarity with the Greek Insurrection

While our comrades in Rochester Students for a Democratic Society rushed their streets a few hours to the west, participants from the Syracuse Solidarity Network, Activists of Oswego County, and Binghamton Not Bombs gathered in the snow around a banner reading "Solidarity with the Greek Unrest, No State Murders!"

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Immigration Rally in Syracuse

Detainment Task Force Rally

Saturday, May 24
at Regional Transportation Center
(Amtrak & Greyhound Station)
from 11 a.m. - noon

WHAT: A peaceful but life-affirming rally, there will be walking the picket line, music, a few short speeches, prayers, written testimonies and leafleting so that prospective travelers can make informed decisions about whether they wish to choose this form of transportation.

Anyone planning to take part should be aware that there will be Border Patrol agents present in and around this facility.

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