Category Archives: Protests

Rally in Solidarity with Standing Rock Sioux, Nov 15th, Chicago

Rally in Solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux.  #NoDAPL Day of Action at Army Corps of Engineers, Tuesday, November 15th.

Please join us as we start at Daley Plaza  and march to the office of the Army Corp of Engineers,   231 South LaSalle Street,  5 blocks away to deliver our letter demanding that they revoke the permits for the Dakota Access Pipeline. This is part of a nationwide action sponsored by asking that this administration, the next administration AND the Army Corp of Engineers reject this pipeline and all those that follow it.  read more

We Stand with State Workers in Illinois!

Yesterday (Tuesday, Oct  18th) , West Suburban activists, including some members of Fox Valley Citizens for Peace and Justice,  and our allied organization Northern Illinois Jobs with Justice, united to call on Sen. Oberweis and Rep. Wheeler to stand with their constituents, not Governor Rauner’s anti-family, anti-worker agenda.We heard testimony about social service providers who are on the brink of closing and called for a fair budget with new revenue!

We will continue our fight tomorrow calling on Senate Republican Leader Christine Radagno to do the right thing for all Illinoisans by passing a budget with progressive revenue solutions in the veto session. Join us!

Thursday, October 20th, Noon

Sen. Christine Radogno’s Office

1011 State St, Lemont, IL


Please RSVP to this email or via the Facebook link above.

Kassie 312-399-2048

Picket Bruce Rauner in Elgin, Friday, March 6, 2014

Bruce Rauner will bring his anti-worker agenda to Elgin.  He is speaking at Elgin’s Public House  at 219 E. Chicago Street, Elgin  60120 on Friday, March 6th at 4:15 PM.  Fox Valley Citizens for Peace & Justice will join with Northern Illinois Jobs with Justice and several unions  and will form a mass picket on the street in front of that restaurant.

Join us in support of unions, and the rights of working people.  We will gather on that block at 3:30 PM.  Dress for the weather.  Bring signs if you can.    There is a parking deck (free)  at the corner of Chicago Street and Spring Street. read more