Repression in Sudan: 119 Arrested at Teachers Demonstration Against the Coup
On Sunday, 119 protesters were arrested by the military at a demonstration of thousands outside the Ministry of Education building in Khartoum. They were demanding the ouster of newly appointed education officials who are close to the former Sudanese dictator.
Romane SqumNovember 9, 2021
France Rises Up After Police Beat Black Man
In Paris and other cities in France, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets on Saturday, November 28, to demonstrate against the government’s proposed law to restrict freedoms and protect the cops.
La Izquierda Diario ArgentinaNovember 29, 2020
Protests Against New Government Continue in Peru
Friday marked yet another day of demonstrations in Peru against the newly appointed government of Manuel Merino, which is beginning to lose much of the parliamentary support that put it in office after voting to oust Martin Vizcarra.
La Izquierda Diario ArgentinaNovember 14, 2020
“This is Not a Country, This is a Mass Grave With a National Anthem”: Anti-Police Protests Rock Colombia
Colombia has seen massive anti-police protests in several cities in recent days after the cops in Bogotá killed a father of two. The uprising continues the growing opposition to the neoliberal onslaught against the working class and poor people, but is also part of the global protests in the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd.
Rudy Ralph MartinezSeptember 13, 2020
Amid Corrupt Elections, Strikes and Protests Erupt in Belarus
Belarus’s authoritarian President, Alexander Lukashenko, has ruled the country since 1994. Yet Lukashenko’s regime is coming into question after a potentially rigged election unleashed unprecedented demonstrations that have been joined by a defiant labor movement.
Dima GonskiyAugust 18, 2020
Protesters Across U.S. Demand Safe Reopening of Schools in National Day of Resistance
On August 3, students, educators, and community-members across the U.S. took part in demonstrations to demand the “safe, racially just, and fully funded” opening of schools.
Jayne SmithAugust 4, 2020
On the Ground at Abolition Park: Demonstrators Vote To Stay after City Council Passes Disastrous Budget
After the NYC City Council failed to cut the NYPD by even $1 billion, activists at the City Hall Encampment voted to remain in the space. Police tried to evict them Wednesday morning, but the encampment held strong.
Ezra BrainJuly 1, 2020
Nurse and Jail Support Volunteer Arrested by the NYPD
A frontline nurse and jail support volunteer were arrested by the NYPD, violating DeBlasio's own curfew policies. They are the second and third Left Voice collaborators arrested tonight.
Left VoiceJune 5, 2020
Free Detroit Activist Tristan Taylor! Drop all Charges!
In April, Left Voice interviewed Tristan Taylor, a long-time activist in Detroit. Last night he was arrested with hundreds of others, and though everyone else involved was released with tickets for breaking curfew, Taylor remains in custody. He is charged with “inciting a riot.”
Left VoiceJune 3, 2020
Paint and protest: Iraqi protesters transform Baghdad with murals
When the waters of class struggle are stirring, art takes to the streets.
La Izquierda Diario MexicoFebruary 14, 2020