A U.S. District Court judge ruled yesterday that the NYPD unlawfully arrested and fingerprinted hundreds of protestors during the 2004 Republican National Convention in New York City.U.S. District Court Judge Richard Sullivan found that the NYPD acted unlawfully when it carried out mass arrests of d ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. December 30, 1965, Vol. XI, No. 11 Four Indicted for Burning Draft Cards Four young draft-card burners were indicted last week for violating a Federal statute that makes it illegal to mutilate a draft card. They face a maximum of five ... More >>
Behind the scenes of the NYPD crackdown at the GOP convention
As the war in Iraq reaches its third anniversary, the world prepares to march
Frustration, mourning on the third anniversary of the Iraq invasion
If counter-recruiters succeed and enlistees flee, a draft could be next.
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How George Bush and his Republicans mobilized half a million people
Protesters risk playing into GOP hands
NYC activists call for a day of civil disobedience
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Anti-War Activists Sharpen Their Tactics
New York Will March in the Face of War
NYC Peace Activists Vow to Face Down Bush's War
His 1963 March on Washington 'Woke Up America'
Al Sharpton and Others Rally for Peace
A Users Guide to Antiwar Activism
Gerhard Klann: We Just Slaughtered Them
Only a Dream a Nonviolent Army?
Where Is the Democratic Party?