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Sit-ins planned for final Moral Monday of NC legislative session   |   June 20, 2014
Next week's Moral Monday protest will be the last one during the North Carolina legislature's 2014 short session, and organizers have big plans for the June 23 gathering...

 

The growing fight against oil and gas exploration off the NC coast   |   March 4, 2014
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory (R) recently took time away from dealing with a water contamination disaster caused by dirty coal power to make the case for opening his state up...

 

Tens of thousands in North Carolina vow 'not now, not ever'   |   February 11, 2014
By Ajamu Dillahunt, Labor Notes Tens of thousands of marchers took to the streets of Raleigh, North Carolina, Saturday to show their opposition to the extreme right-wing agenda...

 

From Selma to Raleigh: Moral Movement readies for mass march on NC capitol   |   February 6, 2014
North Carolina's Forward Together Moral Movement that led to the arrests of over 900 people last year in nonviolent Moral Monday protests against the state government's...

 

Protests across North America aim to block 'NAFTA on steroids'   |   January 29, 2014
By Benjamin Gerritz, Labor Notes Workers across the U.S., Canada, and Mexico will unite in an Inter-Continental Day of Action Friday to stop a massive new trade agreement, the...

 

Communities resist as tar sands flow through KXL South   |   January 23, 2014
By Lauren McCauley, Common Dreams Tar sands oil began flowing through the the southern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline Wednesday as operations commenced delivering the "the...

 

Moral Monday movement spreads through the South   |   January 10, 2014
After drawing thousands of protesters to the state legislature and inspiring the arrests of more than 900 people for nonviolent civil disobedience, North Carolina's Moral...

 

Under siege by tar sands, Gulf Coast 'draws the line'   |   September 4, 2013
By Cherri Foytlin, Bridge the Gulf The first time I saw a picture pertaining to tar sands extraction was on Marty Cobenais' computer. We were both attending an event in...

 

INSTITUTE INDEX: Killer goo imperils Florida waters   |   August 9, 2013
Number of manatees that have died over the past year in Florida's Indian River estuary due to a massive algae bloom caused by sewage, manure and fertilizer runoff known as...

 

What's next for Moral Mondays?   |   August 2, 2013
This week's Moral Monday protest in Raleigh, N.C. was the 13th and last of this year's legislative session, which ended last week. It was also the biggest protest yet...

 

Tea party group responds to NC protest movement with 'Marxist Mondays' song   |   July 8, 2013
With participants in North Carolina's Moral Monday protest movement preparing to gather at the state legislature for another weekly demonstration against lawmakers' hard-...

 

Art Pope-funded group launches database targeting Moral Monday arrestees   |   June 19, 2013
The John W. Pope Civitas Institute, a conservative think tank based in Raleigh, N.C., has launched a database targeting people who've been arrested as part of the Moral Monday...

 

What is Moral Monday?   |   June 3, 2013
Moral Monday is a series of ongoing, nonviolent protests at the North Carolina General Assembly that has been happening every Monday since April 29 (not including Memorial Day)...

 

INSTITUTE INDEX: Growing protests over North Carolina's right turn   |   May 24, 2013
Number of arrests made since April 29 during weekly "Moral Monday" nonviolent protests at the North Carolina legislature led by the state NAACP against a Republican...

 

Carrying water for an end to mountaintop removal   |   May 10, 2013
Residents of Appalachia brought over 100 gallons of polluted drinking water to the Washington, D.C. offices of the Environmental Protection Agency this week to call attention to...

 

Moving forward on climate this Sunday   |   February 13, 2013
By Chris Carnevale, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy This Sunday, February 17, will see the largest climate rally in history.  More than 20,000 participants are expected to...

 

With historic strikes underway and Black Friday protests planned, Walmart files complaint against union   |   November 19, 2012
Walmart filed an unfair labor practice charge last week against the United Food and Commercial Workers union, asking the National Labor Relations Board to block efforts to disrupt...

 

INSTITUTE INDEX: The party conventions' extraordinary security   |   August 10, 2012
Date on which the Democratic National Convention gets underway in Charlotte, N.C.: 9/3/2012 Amount in federal funds the city will spend on security for the gathering, which is...

 

INSTITUTE INDEX: Protesting BP's Olympic greenwash   |   July 27, 2012
Number of people arrested last week following a protest at the Olympic Clock in London's Trafalgar Square, where activists posing as representatives of BP and other notorious...

 

Occupy Wall Street protest spreads to the South   |   October 10, 2011
By Joe Atkins, Labor South The ongoing Occupy Wall Street protest in New York is spreading across the country, including the South. Activists in Memphis, Raleigh, and other...

 

May Day: immigrants show their power   |   May 2, 2006
Those who count themselves as friends of immigrant rights, but who doubted the wisdom of today's May Day boycott, predicted two things: 1) that the boycott would be...

 

More May Day actions unfolding ...   |   May 1, 2006
  It's almost 5 pm and there's already been a ton of May Day boycott activities across the South and country. Here are a few more items to come: ARKANSAS:...

 

May Day immigrant protests roll through the South ...   |   May 1, 2006
20,000 in Orlando, thousands more in rest of Florida ... Poultry giant Perdue shuts down eight facilities in Delaware, Georgia, Indiana, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina...

 

Miami hunger strike: still going   |   April 19, 2006
The janitors' strike against the University of Miami, targeting President Donna Shalala, continues: A handful of University of Miami students were on the eighth day of a...

 

More Southern immigration demonstrations   |   April 10, 2006
Reports from immigrant rights protests around the South keep rolling in. These are the official estimates: 3,500 in Columbia, South Carolina ... 50,000 predicted in Atlanta...