San José Archive

Solidarity in San José with Millions for Prisoners March in DC

Created to honor the deaths of George and Jonathan Jackson—freedom fighters who were killed by authorities in the early 70s—Black August holds a long tradition and legacy of resistance.

Speak Out on the Ferguson Uprising at San José State University

Students at SJSU held a speak out on the recent uprisings in Ferguson, Missouri following the murder of Mike Brown by police officer Darren Wilson.

Oral Arguments Presented on Motion to Overturn the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act (AETA)

The AETA is being used for the first time since its passage by Congress in 2006 to do exactly what civil rights advocates feared it would do – criminalize activities protected by the First Amendment of the U.S.

Cinco de Mayo Anti-Immigrant Rallies in Santa Clara

The people who do the work in a community are entitled to live with dignity and without fear of violence and deportation.

March for Education – San Jose to Berkeley to SF

A group of UCSC students embarked upon a March for Education to dramatize their concern for the future of education, including budget cuts and tuition hikes.