On January 5th 2021, thousands of protestors stormed the US Capitol, five people were killed, countless more injured, and the
Angry university students have organised two protests to fight for reduced rent and tuition fees. The protests have been organised
Whether it’s because of the loneliness of self-isolation or because they believe that Covid-19 is a giant cover-up for something
Activists around the UK staged actions against the construction of High Speed 2 on October 9. Activists blocked the Chiltern
Molotov cocktails streak across the night sky. Tear gas hovers just above the ground. Hong Kong appears on the brink of collapse.
Protests in Lebanon have led to sympathy protests throughout the Lebanese diaspora, including a gathering in Manchester’s Piccadilly Gardens.
Salford photographer wants exhibition to counter media’s negative portrayal of Barton Moss anti-fracking protesters
A photographer, who documented the Salford protests against fracking that made headlines last year, has set up a crowdfunder in order to stage an exhibition called the Battle of Barton Moss at the People’s History Museum next year.
GMP cleared of brutality at Barton Moss anti-fracking protests – but ‘truth still out there’, say campaigners
Greater Manchester Police have been cleared of accusations of brutality towards protestors at Barton Moss – but calls for a public inquiry into its policing strategy continue to grow
Trafford Council fracking plans in Davyhulme have been stopped after lobby group Friends of the Earth (FotE) drilled holes in their plans.
Stockport residents have reacted with outrage at council plans which will see new houses built in Reddish Vale Country Park, as part of a project design to redevelop Brinnington.
Pro-Palestine sleep out in Manchester to highlight ‘dire’ conditions for thousands left homeless by Gaza conflict
Manchester pro-Palestine protesters will be staging a city centre sleep out to support the 108,000 people who have been left homeless by the recent conflict in Gaza.