NEWARK — “Tray-von!” “Mart-in!” “Zimmerman?” “Guil-ty!” That call-and-response rang out this afternoon outside the Peter W. Rodino Jr. Federal Building …Read the Rest
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Hundreds rally in Newark for Trayvon Martin, chanting ‘no justice, no peace’ By Jessica Calefati and Dan Goldberg/The Star-Ledger
NEWARK — Their reasons were universal and personal; their cause common and intensely private.
The hundreds of people who endured 95-degree temperatures in Newark this afternoon to protest the verdict of the George Zimmerman murder trial were there because of Trayvon Martin, the 17-year-old Zimmerman killed last year.
But they were also there for their own communities, their own families, their own sons.
Protesters in Newark outraged by Zimmerman verdict Click above link to view News 12 video coverage of protest NEWS 12 …Read the Rest
Newark, NJ – On Tuesday, November 13th, the Peoples Organization for Progress is hosting a March and Rally for Jobs, …Read the Rest
Fire on the Moutain – 381 Days of Struggle, another milestone for the People’s Coalition for Jobs & Justice
On July 11 this past week, POP and the coalition we built of 179 supporting organizations achieving the milestone 381st day …Read the Rest
MAY DAY RALLY FOR JOBS, PEACE, EQUALITY, AND JUSTICE FOR A NATIONAL JOBS PROGRAM! TO END THE WARS IN …Read the Rest
Success on Many Fronts: POP’s People’s Daily Campaign For Jobs and Justice shows how to carry out multiple struggles
Rahim on the Docks On Wednesday, April 4, 2012, the People’s Daily Campaign for Jobs, Equality, Peace & Justice honored …Read the Rest
December 26, 2011 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE! On Thursday, December 29th, Ujamaa, Co-operative Economics, the fourth principle of Kwanzaa, People’s Organization …Read the Rest
NEWARK — The chants have the same message. The signs have the same words.
But the usual suspects in the world of Newark dissent have a lot more voices joining their ranks.
Close to 200 people marched from the Essex County Hall of Records, to City Hall to the Prudential building on Broad Street Tuesday night, protesting unrelenting economic conditions they say have had an outsize effect on urban communities. Newark’s unemployment rate skyrocketed after the economic collapse and has hovered around 15 percent for the past two years.