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(Un)Occupy Abq “APD Needs to Be Held Accountable”

(Un)Occupy Abq “APD Needs to Be Held Accountable” (Un)Occupy Abq has been involved in the local movement to fight against APD violence. We have helped with protests, organized multiple community forums and trainings for protestors, as well as media talking points and a guide to street protest. Sun March 30th: Riot police interrupted the (Un)Occupy […]

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“The Struggle Continues: Baldemar Velasquez and Today’s Farm Worker Movement” Fri March 28th 6pm

Flyer, for print & web! Fri March 28th 6pm Peace & Justice Center Co-sponsored by (un)Occupy Albuquerque, Campus Migrant Assistance Program (CAMP), UNM Fair Trade Initiative and the Recuerda a Cesar Chavez Committee. Baldemar grew up a child migrant farm worker and created the farm worker union FLOC in the Midwest during the time that […]

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April 5th, 2014 3rd Annual Medicine For the People By the People

Our vision is to provide a day of FREE health care to the Albuquerque community. We hope to empower each other with awareness about health justice and our inherent right to heal and be cared for during times of illness and transition. This event is intended to be part of a movement to change the […]

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Sunday Oct. 27th GA

At today’s GA we worked on banners, signs, and slogans for next Sunday’s Marigold Parade. We’ll be strolling with La Raza Unida Party. The second banner, not pictured, has “We Are All People of the Earth/Not Nations or Corporations.” At the parade we will also be handing out educational mock money, and maybe passports. More […]

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Solidarity with Burque Transit Workers!

Fellow Activists, A bus driver for ABQ Ride, attended our GA today to ask for our help in the fight for better wages and improved safety for bus drivers. Last week he organized a picket at the Alvarado Transportation Center (downtown 1st & Gold) and about 35 bus drivers were out there all day. They […]

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Solidarity with RAMPS Sept. 9, 2013

Dear friends, Today there were 6 of us from (un)Occupy Albuquerque and Students for Justice in Palestine who met outside the offices of UBS at their building near Coronado Mall. We were there to deliver a letter in solidarity with folks in Appalachia who are fighting the horrible practice of mountain top removal. After having […]

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La Jicarita: Protesters in Santa Fe Say No Uranium Mining

La Jicarita: Albuquerque and Santa Fe activists joined an inter-tribal delegation to protest the planned resumption of uranium mining in New Mexico. With organizing help from (un)occupy Albuquerque, the June 25 action began at the New Mexico Mining Association offices, then moved to the New Mexico Mining and Minerals Division where the contingent confronted division […]

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FROM MAMABEARS AGAINST NUKES: Anti Uranium Mining Encampment at South Rim of the Grand Canyon

The Mama Bears Brigade affinity group has  set up a protest camp just south of the Canyon Uranium Mine, near the South Rim, on Hwy 64 between MP 219-220. We welcome other affinity groups to come and help us between now and the end of July. Larger gatherings are planned for June 20-23 and July […]

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SAY NO TO URANIUM MINING march in Santa Fe June 25th.

We are planning to march in Santa Fe June 25th. Gather at 2:30 PM at the Clock Tower 1470 S. St. Francis Dr. in Santa Fe, NM to say NO MORE URANIUM MINING. KEEP SACRED MT. TAYLOR SAFE FROM MINING! We will be marching to the plaza stopping on the way to let those who […]

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Use Your Cranium, No Uranium! – Strong Demonstration at Forest Svc.

More than forty activists held signs, chanted, and shared information outside the US Forest Service office in ABQ today, voicing opposition to the proposed Canadian & Japanese Uranium mine near Mt. Taylor, east of Grants NM. Members from MASE, Native American Voter Alliance, Grants NM Idle No More, Laguna Pueblo, Free Leonard Peltier Campaign, Students […]

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