- The Free Gaza Movement, attempting to send two boats with banned supplies, such as concrete and medical supplies, to the people of Gaza are getting ready to set sail despite “threats and intimidation” from the Israeli government.
- The 650 oil refinery workers in Lindsey England, who lost their jobs after staging a week of unofficial walk-outs because of 51 redundancies, are expected to be reinstated after employers backed down to union leaders, who had the support of strikers across the country.
- Arizona teachers and other public school supporters are at the state Capitol to protest a Republican budget proposal that would cut spending for education and other government programs.
About a dozen people waved “Save the Fish” signs in front of the Hawaiian state Capitol Saturday to protest the closing of a fish hatchery, which they say is necessary to restock the depleted waters.
- Israeli security forces detained 22 pro-Palestinian Israeli activists as they dispersed a protest against settlements in the occupied West Bank.
- An activist in Florida ended a three-day hunger strike after Bank of America agreed to meet so his organization can monitor minority-lending practices.
- A crowd of more than 100 protesters chanted “No more!” from the steps of a Texas courthouse Sunday evening as they demanded an investigation into a police raid earlier in the day at a gay night club.