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First Trump Inauguration ‘Blac Bloc’ Anarchist Sentenced to Prison

A federal judge sentenced one of the 234 people arrested during rioting in Washington, D.C. on Inauguration Day to prison. The defendant admitted he joined with 200 others to form a “Black Bloc” wearing black, gloves, scarves, ski masks, gas masks, and goggles to conceal their identities. He also carried a black flag, a hammer, and a gas mask. He is the first to be sentenced in connection with the riots.

Members of the anarchist group Black Bloc protest against the FIFA World Cup in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 30, 2014. Brazil has been hit by a wave of strikes and protests against the more than $11 billion being spent on the tournament in a country that desperately needs …

Activists: Anti-Trump Protests are the New ‘Occupy’

The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the Bay Area’s non-violent anarchists are worried that the violent tactics used by “Black bloc” activists to disrupt Breitbart tech editor Milo Yiannopoulous’s appearance at the University of California, Berkeley last week will cause the anti-Trump protest movement to lose credibility, as Occupy Wall Street protests did in 2011.

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Occupy Wall Street Supports Bernie Sanders

Members of the Occupy Wall Street movement have surfaced in Iowa in support of “democratic socialist” Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and his proposed “political revolution” in pursuit of the Democratic presidential nomination.

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Occupy Returns to UCSD in ‘Million Student March’

The UCSD Million Students March was held in solidarity with approximately 115 campuses around the country and the University of Missouri (“Mizzou”) throughout the day. Students are also demanding free tuition, student debt forgiveness, and a $15 per hour minimum wage for campus employees.

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Naomi Klein Barks, The Caravan Moves On…

Canadian activist Naomi Klein has given an interview – yet another one – to promote her latest turgid eco-project. Purely by accident, she and her activist husband Avi Lewis are captured talking a lot of sense. Here’s how. 1. This

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Occupy Gets Recycled and So Does Its Anger

Occupy may be gone, but it is clearly not forgotten. The people protesting Eric Garner’s death in New York City were marching to a slightly different drum beat in 2011, but they seem to have returned, having learned something from their previous mistakes.

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More Protests for New Year’s Eve in California

Protesters plan to ring in the New Year in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Pasadena, California as #BlackLivesMatter and Occupy movement activists have laid out a busy night, as well as demonstrations on New Years’ Day at Pasadena’s annual Tournament of Roses parade.

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Silent Ferguson Protesters Block Downtown St Louis Street

Only the sound of footsteps were audible as protesters marched down the streets of St. Louis past City Hall with duct tape on their mouths in silent protest over the police-involved shooting deaths of Mike Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and Eric Garner in New York . Activists got loud, however, as they ended up down at the landmark St Louis Arch, flooding the entrance to the Visitor’s Center chanting, “FTP, F**k the Police” and “Hands Up Don’t Shoot.”

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