Shut it Down DC! - Unite the Right Counter Protest - White House
On August 12, 2018, Neo-Nazis and White Supremacist marched on Washington, DC to commemorate one year since the "Unite the Right" rally which ended in the death of a counter activist. They were met with counter protesters again that outnumbered them in solidarity against their message of hate.
Working Families United to Save TPS- Action on Capitol Hill
TPS (Temporary Protected Status) helps survivors of war and natural disaster build lives in the United States, work legally, and pay taxes. They contribute in their workplaces and communities, and to our economy.
Fast Food Workers Picket Buffalo Labor Day Parade
"Fight for 15", a group of Fast Food workers fighting to raise the minimum wage in the United States, strikes in front of a McDonald's in Buffalo then marches right into the annual Labor Day Parade.
Occupy Wall Street: Zuccotti Park
Occupy Wall Street was a protest movement that began on September 17, 2011, in Zuccotti Park, located in New York City's Wall Street financial district, receiving global attention and spawning the movement against economic inequality worldwide.
Immigrants' Rights March on the National Mall
Tens of thousands of immigrants and activists rallied in Washington DC, in March of 2010, calling for legislation to give legal status to millions of undocumented immigrants asking President Obama to keep working on the contentious issue once the health care debate was behind him.
Saints' Procession in the Ancient City of Cusco
When the Spanish conquistadors arrived in Cusco in the 16th century, they enforced the festival of Corpus Christi on the natives in a bid to overshadow their traditional Inca festival of Inti Raymi. Nowadays, both Corpus Christi and Inti Raymi are celebrated in Cusco within just a few weeks of each other.