Several dozen vehicles, draped in flags and signs, circled Anchorage City Hall on Nov. 30 to protest a new lockdown imposed by Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson. The “Rolling Protest Against Tyranny,” included mayoral candidate Dave Bronson and others
On the eve of a month-long citywide lockdown mandate, Anchorage residents will circle the wagons around city hall for a “rolling protest against tyranny.” The event is just the latest in a series of peaceful protests and rallies that have swept across the
Who said conservatives couldn’t cut a rug? The twice monthly Anchorage Assembly meetings are turning into quite the party these days. From large protests against health mandates that have destroyed many local businesses, to rolling car rallies, to coming
The next organized racial justice protest in Anchorage has been postponed until Labor Day, Sept. 7. Hosted by the Alaska Black Caucus, the “March on Alaska” was originally scheduled for Aug. 28 to coincide with the 57th anniversary of the historical March
Alaska Black Caucus is organizing a “March on Alaska” to coincide with the 57th anniversary of the historical March on Washington, where Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech. “Instigated from the protest movement
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