Chicago Unions Rally For International Women’s Day

Hundreds rallied at the Thompson Center in the Chicago Loop to celebrate International Women’s Day and call for equal pay and respect for women on the job. “I’m fighting for a future where my children and grandchildren don’t have to worry about harassment on the job,” Genoveva Ramirez, a janitor and member of the Service…

Stuff I Picked Up At CPAC

Become a Patron! I’m back from CPAC – the annual Conservative Political Action Conference – in Maryland. Finally caught up on my assignments (Desmogblog/NationOfChange), I’m able to work through some of the pamphlets, books, stickers and flyers that I picked up while I was there. There’s not a lot surprising here, but it’s always illuminating to…

A Year in the Resistance in Photos – 2017

Originally published at NationofChange.org Support my work and Visu.News on Patreon Become a Patron! There were some 2016 that had hoped that this year, 2017, would be turn out differently. The idea was that the Donald Trump that we all saw in campaign speeches and at the Republican National convention was just a ploy. The…

The International Association of Chiefs of Police Comes to Philadelphia

Photos and text by: Danielle Corcione The International Association of Chiefs of Police annual conference began on Saturday, October 22 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. Approximately 14,000 are expected to attend the conference until it ends on Tuesday the 24. Local activists and organizers came together for a weekend of oppositionary protests, called Disrupt…

Warrant Issued for DeAndre Harris Arrest in C’Ville

[For use of photos and republishing contact Zach at zdroberts@gmail.com] Support Visu.News at our Patreon. Monday night we have learned that the DeAndre Harris story has taken a twist that would in a different era be surprising. With several of Harris’ attackers still on the run – and police showing no interest in going after…

Philadelphia Marches to End Rape Culture

On Saturday, September 30th, local activists and advocates gathered for the March to End Rape Culture at Thomas Paine Plaza, across the street from City Hall, in Philadelphia.

A Call for a New Congress

Photos and text by: Danielle Corcione On September 16th and 17th, the People’s Congress of Resistance project – a call to form a new congress – met at Howard University. Their message was that the US Congress no longer represented them:  The United States Congress does not represent the people who live and work in the…

Remembering Charlottesville One Month Later

It was a long weekend for all of us. The story of Charlottesville wasn’t supposed to be like this. Most of us journalists expected to be on our way home soon after the ‘Unite the Right’ rally. Very few had booked hotels for Saturday night. It was supposed to be yet another face-off between the…

Law Enforcement is AWOL in Charlottesville

Originally written and photographed for NationofChange.org This is part two of a two part series (at least for now) questioning the motives and intentions of the law enforcement agencies surrounding the attacks in Charlottesville, Virginia in August. Read part one here. If you’ve read my previous pieces for NationofChange, you’d know I was on the ground…

Tiki Torches And The Silent Resistance

A group of 30 or so skinny anarchists, and BLM activists stood to confront hundreds of white supremacists holding torches. They were pepper sprayed and his with fuel from the torches that the “alt-right” protesters were carrying.   No members of political parties were there that I could see. I heard Cornel West was in…