protests

  • Activists Around the Country Back Protests Against Police Brutality

    (WB) Activists around the country continue to stand in solidarity with those who are protesting against police brutality in the wake of George Floyd’s death.

  • Hundreds Protest as Trump Leaves Palm Beach for Third Time

    Trump on Saturday insinuated that crime in Sweden has spiked as Middle Eastern and African immigrants and refugees moved there. Swedish officials later presented crime statistics showing this was not the case.

    Several hundred people agreed on one issue Monday afternoon: President Donald Trump should stop visiting Palm Beach.

    At least 250 anti-Trump protesters at Dreher Park in West Palm Beach shouted “No 45!” at the presidential motorcade as it drove west along Southern Boulevard back to Air Force One. Despite the roars of the Palm Beach Sheriff deputies’ motorcycles and the armored SUVs, the anti-Trumpers’ chant could be heard clearly -- with the help of bullhorns and amplifiers. When the last of the presidential escort drove by, most protesters left around 3 p.m.

  • LGBT Protesters in the Philippines Released from Police Custody

    (WM) A group of LGBT protesters in the Philippines who were arrested on June 26 have been released from police detention for further investigation, according to a tweet from the Filipino news outlet The Philippine Star.

  • Stuart Milk Praises Protests Against Police Brutality

    (WB) The nephew of Harvey Milk on Thursday expressed his support for those who are protesting against police brutality in the wake of George Floyd’s death.

  • Trump Protests this week in W. Palm and Port St. Lucie

    Protestors carry Anti-Trump signs outside Mar-A-Lago, Feb. 4

    UPDATE: Monday's time of protest has been changed to 3:30-5 p.m. from 8-10 p.m.

    Palm Beach County groups organized against President Donald Trump have started merging.