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Outpouring of Solidarity in Action!
Milwaukee Laborfest September 5, 2011 by Matt Brusky Click to view video
CSN - vimeo 5/18/2011: Stephanie Bloomingdale, secrétaire-trésorière de l'AFL-CIO Wisconsin
Wisconsin Protests Day 90: Wisconsin AFL-CIO President Phil Neuenfeldt Click for video
At the Capitol May 14th 2011: Its Not Over click here for footage
One Wisconsin Now - We Are Wisconsin March 23, 2011 Click here to view
YOUTUBE 4/4/2011: SAN FRANCISCO WE ARE ONE RALLY-STEPHANIE BLOOMINGDALE WISC AFL-CIO
Glass House Music March 24, 2011: Click here to view Madison
Scott Walker Budget and Antiwar Protest - 19 Mar 2011 - 02 - Phil Neuenfeldt Check it out
Video: Feburary 26, 2011 - Thousands Protest in Madison
Amazing video of Wisconsin protests.Check it out!
AFSCME announced Friday it is opening a new website, standforpublicservice.org, to show how valuable public workers are to our society. Great video Check it out!
Matthew Wisniewski created some incredible videos
The people's Mic March 22, 2011 great footage
This focuses primarily on the scenes outside the capitol .Wisconsin Protest Madison WI Feb. 15 - March 10, 2011 Awesome Video here
We are peaceful and we will stay peaceful....Four days of footage Feb 20-24, 2011 Watch here
Footage from Feb 15-17, Matthew Wisniewski created an incredible video, because "People need to see why we’re protesting.” Watch the amazing video it’s a few minutes, but worth every second.
Our Friends at the Transport Workers (TWU)
Footage from Feb. 19-21, Our friends at the Transport Workers (TWU) have produced this great five-minute recap of the action in Madison,
MPS teacher cites other pertinent message.
Footage for Feb. 22, 2011, The you tube video is "This is what democracy looks like!" is good for all ages. Children and young people need discussion of what democracy is -- not just the formal structures but the long struggle in our country to make our democracy include all people.
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