Reports on Protest & Resistance

Protests in U.S., London, and Mexico City Demand: Shut Down the U.S. Torture Camp at Guantánamo

Debra Sweet | January 18, 2016

Protesters across the U.S. and at U.S. embassies in London and Mexico City last week demanded the closure of the U.S. torture camp at Guantánamo Bay first set up by the Bush regime on January 11, 2002. The camp has operated seven years under Obama, as long as it did under Bush, though Obama promised in 2009 to close it within a year. Guantánamo forms part of a larger, global network of prisons set up by the United States after 9/11, an integral part of the limitless global “war on terror” necessary to spread the U.S. empire of capitalist-imperialist globalization exploiting billions worldwide.


Join CODEPINK, Veterans For Peace and other N. California activists: 5 Years of Persistent Resistance to Drone Killing at Beale AFB:

10 Anti-drone Activists Facing Trial and Welcome Supporters!afb

After 5 years of persistent protests at Beale AFB, opposing drone killing and global militarization, and many dozens of arrests over the years with very few trials, the U.S. military & gov't are now preparing to prosecute, as they grow weary of our continued resistance. Next week, 10 defendants will bring the illegal drone program to Sacramento courts again and welcome supporters!


Justice for Laquan, Which Side Are You On?

Jay Becker | November 29, 2015

Activists with World Can’t Wait were among the thousands who shut down North Michigan Avenue, the elite shopping district of Chicago, for more than four hours on “Black Friday,” November 27, rocking the street with our demands for “Justice for Laquan” and an end to police murders.


Rise Up October: 3 Days of Righteous Protest Against Police Terror

World Can't Wait | November 1, 2015

This year October 22, 23, and 24 were days of resistance against police murder, brutality and terror in New York City as family members of people killed by police traveled from around the country to speak the names of their loved ones and demand justice for all those murdered by police, and an end to this terror once and for all. World Can't Wait was proud to represent at the marches and by supporting the movement in advance by raising more than $8,000 to cover family travel expenses.


#RiseUpOctober Schedule Released!

Rise Up October | October 8th, 2015

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Raising $1,000 from Friends at a House Party for Rise Up October

A Chicago Activist | September 27, 2015

If you DON'T get involved in the National Mobilization in New York City on October 24, 2015, you have, by default, chosen a side. I realize that you may not be able to pick up and get to New York, but there is something you CAN do. I was asked by a friend to host a small fundraising gathering at my apartment. The parameters for the event were simple. I would select friends and acquaintances who might or might not know about the upcoming event in NYC. The invitations were sent to only my selected quests.


In the Mix at Pride Honolulu: Who Does the Future Belong To?

Hawaii Pride MarchWorld Can't Wait - Hawai`i | June 11, 2015

The World Can't Wait-Hawai`i contingent in the 2015 Pride Parade wasn't our biggest ever, and our decorations weren't as "over the top" as some, but we got a tremendous response from the crowd lining Kalakaua Blvd as we passed.  As we approached we could see people reading our lead banner: 


Learn About the “War on Terror” and Protest at the Left Forum

World Can't Wait | May 25, 2015

At the Left Forum in New York City May 30-31, World Can't Wait will host a series of panels to explore the developing “war on terror” and our opposition against the crimes of our government. Please join us for the following events:

  • Deep Into Drone Wars & Secret Ops:
    What's the "War on Terror" Coming To?
  • US Wars of Aggression & Islamic Jihad:
    What is the Bigger Danger and How Should the Antiwar Movement Respond?
  • “We Tortured Some Folks” But Don't Take it Too Seriously, Says US Government


Stop the War on Yemen: San Francisco Protests

World Can't Wait, San Francisco | May 18, 2015

Yemen-protest-SF-2015On May 16 in San Francisco, World Can’t Wait joined a protest demonstration of 200 people to demand Stop the War on Yemen.  Members of the Yemeni community in the Bay Area (one of the largest in the U.S.) organized this street march and rally ”calling on all to support their struggle for self determination against foreign intervention and imperialist wars” and welcomed everyone. 


Chicagoans Protest to Say Hands Off Yemen - No More Wars For Empire!

World Can't Wait Chicago | April 26, 2015

Hands Off Yemen Chicagp ProtestWorld Can’t Wait Chicago joined a coalition of other organizations and concerned individuals on April 25 to condemn the U.S.-backed Saudi Arabian war on Yemen now underway. Called on short notice, it was good to see 50-75 people with banners and signs saying “Hands Off Yemen” and “Saudi Rulers Are War Criminals” and “No U.S. Intervention.”


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World Can't Wait mobilizes people living in the United States to stand up and stop war on the world, repression and torture carried out by the US government. We take action, regardless of which political party holds power, to expose the crimes of our government, from war crimes to systematic mass incarceration, and to put humanity and the planet first.