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  • WASHINGTON DC. APRIL 27th 2017,Senator Bernie Sanders speaking infront of the capitol hill building in Washington DC, backed with a group of liberal senators and state representatives in addition to a number of environment activists and supporters,Bernie introduced "100 by 50 Act" legislation that is expected to completely phase out fossil fuel use by 2050. Senator Markley explained that this bill's plan is to support workers and to prioritize low-income communities while replacing oil, coal and gas with clean energy sources like wind and solar.Photo By: Eman Mohammed
    Activists gathering during a protest in front of the Engineer of army corps down town in Washington DC, protests chanted solgans in solidarity with Standing rock against Dakota access pipeline project. Thousands of people rallied outside Army Corps of Engineers offices, banks and energy companies in various locations across the country in an action considered the largest to date, the action comes a day after the Obama administration delayed granting a permit needed to finish the project.Photo by EMAN MOHAMMED
    housands of abortion opponents gathered around the national mall near the Washington Monument to protest against legalizing abortion. The massive crowd carried flags and banners then took the streets while marching down Constitution Avenue and rallied at the Supreme Court building across from the Capitol.
    WASHINGTON DC. APRIL 28th 2017,A number of indigenous activists, veterans, and youth march in front of the US Capitol on Friday to form a symbolic red line to protest ongoing environmental violations. The marchers called for investment in "local, living economies", sustainability, and a departure from militarism.Photo By: Eman Mohammed
    Washington, DC -- Joined by 15 T-Rex dinosaurs, more than 200 people marched through the U.S. Capitol and rallied outside of the Dirksen Building to demonstrate mass public opposition to the appointment of recent former CEO of ExxonMobil Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State, urging senators to "RejectRex"
    Activists gathering during a protest in front of the Engineer of army corps down town in Washington DC, protests chanted solgans in solidarity with Standing rock against Dakota access pipeline project. Thousands of people rallied outside Army Corps of Engineers offices, banks and energy companies in various locations across the country in an action considered the largest to date, the action comes a day after the Obama administration delayed granting a permit needed to finish the project.Photo by EMAN MOHAMMED
    Native American Tribal leaders during a press conference after a meeting with President Obama in Washington, D.C. is his last Tribal Nations Conference. Native American Tribal leaders from across the country held a last minute conference after their meeting with President Obama to discuss Dakota pipeline controversial issue as The federal decision to stop work on the Access Pipeline in order to have consultation with the tribes marked a turning point in relationships with tribes over infrastructure projects.
    housands of abortion opponents gathered around the national mall near the Washington Monument to protest against legalizing abortion. The massive crowd carried flags and banners then took the streets while marching down Constitution Avenue and rallied at the Supreme Court building across from the Capitol.
    Thousands of American Muslims and activists marching on the White House in a last effort to persuade President Barack Obama to dismantle a discriminatory program that singled out Arabs and Muslims for surveillance, before President elect Donald Trump. Protestors proceeded from the Department of Justice at 950 Pennsylvania Avenue and ended the march in Lafayette Park outside the White House while calling on Obama to tear up NSEERs. Several of the largest progressive and civil rights groups were among the crowd including the ACLU, MoveOn.org, Desis Rising Up & Moving (Drum) and CREDO.
    Thousands of American Muslims and activists marching on the White House in a last effort to persuade President Barack Obama to dismantle a discriminatory program that singled out Arabs and Muslims for surveillance, before President elect Donald Trump. Protestors proceeded from the Department of Justice at 950 Pennsylvania Avenue and ended the march in Lafayette Park outside the White House while calling on Obama to tear up NSEERs. Several of the largest progressive and civil rights groups were among the crowd including the ACLU, MoveOn.org, Desis Rising Up & Moving (Drum) and CREDO.
    housands of abortion opponents gathered around the national mall near the Washington Monument to protest against legalizing abortion. The massive crowd carried flags and banners then took the streets while marching down Constitution Avenue and rallied at the Supreme Court building across from the Capitol.
    WASHINGTON DC. APRIL 28th 2017,A number of indigenous activists, veterans, and youth march in front of the US Capitol on Friday to form a symbolic red line to protest ongoing environmental violations. The marchers called for investment in "local, living economies", sustainability, and a departure from militarism.Photo By: Eman Mohammed