POP demonstration for Trayvon Martin today Mon July 15 5:30pm Broad & Market in Newark. Spread the word.
Sunday, November 25, 2012 “Millions of women and girls around the world are assaulted, beaten, raped, mutilated or even murdered in what …Read the Rest
Video report from PIX 11 of POP MLK Memorial March and Rally. See photos here! These are a few pictures taken …Read the Rest
Undaunted by gray skies, hundreds of demonstrators today took part in two separate marches in New Jersey, adding their voices …Read the Rest
IN HONOR OF THE BIRTHDAY OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. & ON THE 203RD CONSECUTIVE DAY OF PROTEST FOR JOBS, PEACE, EQUALITY, AND JUSTICE
SAVE THE DATE IN HONOR OF THE BIRTHDAY OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. & ON THE 203RD CONSECUTIVE DAY …Read the Rest
NEW BRUNSWICK — In reaction to the police forum Mayor James Cahill is conducting tonight, a community activist once again is calling for police reform.
Marchers protest fatal shooting by police New Brunswick Mayor Cahill is target of criticism by Bob Makin (Courier News)
About 200 protesters marched on Saturday in reaction to the Sept. 22 death of Barry Deloatch, the third victim of a fatal police shooting under Mayor James Cahill’s 22-year watch.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: LAWRENCE HAMM (973) 801-0001 On Saturday, August 27th, the Peoples Organization for Progress …Read the Rest
Visit with Earl Williams commemorating the 12th Anniversary of his son, Earl Faison’s murder by Orange, NJ Police Officers
On Monday, April 11, 2011 POP visited Mr. Earl Williams to commemorate the 12th Anniversary of the murder of his son Earl Faison by officers in the Orange, NJ Police Department, to bestow upon him the People’s Organization for Progress’ Lifetime Freedom Fighter Award, and to give him both a plant and a sweatshirt. In addition to POP members, his family was also present.
A rally was held in Newark to commemorate the 43rd anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The rally on Market and Broad streets was held by People’s Organization for Progress.
The group says that the work King did is threatened with what they call attacks on organized labor.