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Q&A with Vanessa Flores-Maldonado, Campaign Coordinator of the CSA

Vanessa Flores-Maldonado is the campaign coordinator for the Providence Community Safety Act, a city ordinance that passed recently after four years of work from local groups like the Providence Youth Student Movement, Direct Action for Rights and Equality, and the Olneyville Neighborhood Association...

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Photo by Mackenzie Abernethy
Photo by Mackenzie Abernethy
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Twin River workers may strike

Union workers at Twin River Casino are warning that they may go on strike following cuts to their healthcare coverage. The workers, members of UNITE HERE Local 26, protested at the Rhode Island State House today to warn lawmakers of the potential strike...

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Work on Dakota Access Pipeline halted

Yesterday, the US Army Corps of Engineers announced that it is forcing a rerouting of the Dakota Access Pipeline.  This comes as a victory for thousands of people who, in a movement led by indigenous people, have opposed and protested the pipeline, saying that it would threaten the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s water source and several sacred cultural sites...

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Credit: Fibonacci Blue. Dakota Access Pipeline protests are taking place across the country, including here in Providence.
Credit: Fibonacci Blue. Dakota Access Pipeline protests are taking place across the country, including here in Providence.
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Local activists protest TD Bank’s involvement in Dakota Access Pipeline

Two activists from the local organization Fighting Against Natural Gas (FANG) were arrested after blockading the entrance of TD Bank in downtown Providence this morning...

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Providence Community Safety Act has first hearing

The Providence Community Safety Act had its first public hearing on Wednesday. The proposed city ordinance, first introduced by a coalition of community organizations over two years ago, offers a 12 point plan aimed at producing greater police accountability...

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