civil disobedience

BY Kim DeFranco | St. Paul, MN | 5/15/11
On May 11, members of ADAPT Minnesota and up to 20 of their supporters challenged politicians to not accept any of the Republicans’ health and human services cuts to people with disabilities.
BY Molly Glasgow | Minneapolis, MN | 8/16/10
This was written by one of five people arrested at the Move the Game protest in Minneapolis on August 11, 2010.
BY Brad Sigal | Minneapolis, MN | 8/12/10
Chanting “Move the game, Move the game!”, 100 immigrants and supporters confronted a meeting of Major League Baseball (MLB) team owners and Commissioner Bud Selig at a ritzy Minneapolis hotel on August 11, 2010.
BY Grace Kelley | Phoenix, AZ | 7/30/10
Over 500 activists and community members gathered here on the morning of July 29 to protest SB1070 on the day the law was going into effect.
BY Brad Sigal | Minneapolis, MN | 2/10/10
On Saturday, Feb. 6, about 40 people gathered at the Minneapolis Labor Center to train for civil disobedience in support of the janitors of SEIU Local 26.
BY Staff | Bloomington, MN | 5/07/09
Thirty community members were arrested here, May 6, while committing non-violent civil disobedience to shut down the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) headquarters and stop deportations for the day.
BY Meredith Aby | Minnesota | 4/26/09
Minnesota saw a wave of dramatic anti-war protests at military recruitment centers, April 23.
BY Staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/11/08
Sundin, along with other RNC protest organizers spoke at a Sept. 20 community discussion in Minneapolis, Minnesota hosted by Freedom Road Socialist Organization.
BY Eric Gardner | Los Angeles, CA | 5/20/08
Chanting, “Regents, regents, can’t you see? You’re creating poverty!” 16 student activists from UCLA Students for a Democratic Society, the UCLA Student Worker Front and other University of California campuses temporarily brought a meeting of the University of California Regents to a halt May 14 to protest a hike in student fees.
BY Kosta Harlan | Chapel Hill, NC | 5/04/08
A 16-day sit-in at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) administration building came to a dramatic close on Friday May 2, when Chancellor Moeser ordered UNC police to arrest five of the protesters.