Chicago Marches For May Day

Hundreds rallied and marched in Chicago Tuesday to commemorate May Day, also known as International Workers’ Day. May Day, which sees millions of workers and others march across the globe, has deep roots in Chicago. Workers in the late 19th century—many of them immigrants—built a movement demanding an eight-hour workday, better working conditions, and changes in…

Chicago Rallies For Stephon Clark

Hundreds of demonstrators rallied in Chicago Monday evening in response to the shooting of Stephon Clark by police in Sacramento, California, along with the hundreds of others killed by police. “It’s 2018 people. It’s 2018 and young black people, young queer people, young brown people, young immigrants, and people who are not so old are…

Chicago Students Join The National Walk Out Against Gun Violence

Thousands of students in Chicago and across Illinois joined millions of other young people that walked out of their classrooms Wednesday as part of a nationwide protest against gun violence. Walkouts in Chicago began as early as 8:00 a.m., with many timed for 17 minutes – one for each student that was killed at the…

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…

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…

New York Times Puff Piece on White Supremacist is Dangerous

Support Visu.News Become a Patron! by Zach D Roberts This weekend the New York Times published a profile of a white supremacist named Tony Hovater. Mr. Hovater is the co-founder of the Traditionalist Worker Party, one of the hate groups that jackbooted into Charlottesville in August of 2017, they also stomped into Shelbyville, TN.  The Visu.News crew…

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…

#Trumpcare Protest in NYC

While Trump was hanging with the G20, insulting them and kissing up to his man-crush Putin – New Yorkers took to the streets against the new Republican health care plan which many have dubbed “#TrumpCare.” Others, including Trump have called it “mean.” About 100 NY’ers chanted slogans and held signs proclaiming their dislike of the…