Indivisible RI: No President is above the law- Feb 25th, 2018

Nick Autiello’s disturbing views on the George Zimmerman Case: Should Democrats trust his recent “conversion” to progressivism? Feb 20th, 2018

Racing to renew DACA as Congress fails to protect Dreamers- Feb 19th, 2018

RI State Senator Kettle Arrested On Video Voyeurism, Extortion ChargesFeb 16th, 2018

The Uprising, February 16, 2018

Call the AMOR Support Line at 401-675-1414 if you are dealing with an immigration issue or police violence- Feb 15th, 2018

DARE fighting Providence gentrification with rent control proposal- Feb 15th, 2018

Lilian Calderon describes her processing, orientation and detention by ICE- Feb 14th, 2018

Segregation, gentrification and the fight for Senate District 5Feb 13th,2018

UPDATE: Lilian Calderon is home with her family- Feb 13th, 2018

Lilian Calderon Released From ICE Custody– Feb 13th, 2018

Whitehouse and Raimondo want you to trust the process, unless they say otherwise… Feb 12th, 2018

Racing to renew DACA as Congress fails to protect Dreamers- Feb 12th, 2018

In RI and in 34  other states, it’s legal for cops to detain and have sex with someone in their custody. Feb 9th, 2018

RI woman facing deportation allegedly moved to an out of state jail- Feb 9th, 2018

A New Housing-Rights Movement Has the Real-Estate Industry Running Scared- Feb 9th, 2018

The Uprising – February 9, 2018

Eastland Food Products workers target Whole Foods over fair wages- Feb 9th, 2018

Prosperity Now Scorecard highlights strengths and weaknesses in Rhode Island’s ability to help families prosper- Feb 8th, 2018

Thousands of Marijuana Citations Issued Since Possession Decriminalized Study also finds racial disparities in rates of citations issued to African Americans and whites in cities that provided demographic data

RIDE weighs emotional testimony on transgender and gender nonconforming student policy proposal- Feb 8th, 2018

Rhode Island Coalition for Reproductive Freedom announces legislative agenda- Feb 6th, 2018

ALCU seeks release of Lilian Calderon in federal court- Feb 6th, 2018

R.I. lawmakers push to wipe out outdated abortion laws Feb 6th, 2018

Providence comes together to oppose racist flyers- Feb 5th, 2018

Separate and Unequal: How certain State Senators continue to pass judgment on same-sex marriages- Feb 3rd, 2018

TWP Interviews: Tina Cane, Poet Laureate of Rhode Island Feb 2st, 2018

Energize Rhode Island announces new carbon pricing bill- Feb 1st, 2017

Rhode Island considers legislation to combat the loss of net neutralityFeb 1st, 2018

DEM hearing on National Grid LNG project was inaccessible and exclusionary Feb 1st, 2018

An open letter to Representative Justin Price: Educate yourself Jan 31st, 2018

Announcing the campaign for a $15 minimum wage and fair wages- Jan 30th,2018

ACLU Report: RI lawmakers created 170 new crimes, harsher penalties since 2000- Jan 30th, 2018

Vigil/Protest for Lilian Calderon, taken by ICE Jan 30th, 2018

A busy week in the Invenergy case- Jan 28th, 2018

ACLU: RI’s criminal justice system is unfair, costly, and sometimes absurd- Jan 29th, 2018

The Uprising January 26, 2018

Providence City Council President Salvatore responds to FOP’s comments on CSA Jan 26th, 2018

Invenergy still trying to shift costs onto consumers maintains CLF and Burrillville, new Show Cause hearing requested Jan 26th, 2018

Providence Police Union blames uptick in gang violence on Community Safety Act; advocates and police commissioner disagree Jan 26th, 2017

Ajello and Goldin re-introduce the Reproductive Health Care Act Jan 24th, 2018

EFSB cancels Invenergy show cause hearing- Jan 24th, 2018

Regunberg and Calkin introduce Medicare-for-All legislationJan 24th, 2018

Invenergy withdraws one of two FERC lawsuits- Jan 24th, 2018

Cupcakes delivered to supporters of reproductive rights at the State House- Jan 23rd, 2018

Guatemalan mother detained for deportation during quest for citizenship In RI- Jan 22st, 2018

The biggest pimp is Uncle Sam- Jan 22st,2018

Invenergy: Not Ready for Prime Time!  Jan 21st,2018

 Women March Rhode Island Includes Sex Workers -2018

Video from the 2018 Women’s March RI

What we fight for on the anniversary of the Women’s March- Jan 20th, 2018

The Uprising, January 19, 2018

CLF’s Jerry Elmer: ‘Invenergy is being a bully.’- Jan 18th, 2018

The Small Business Economic Summit is the tail that wags the General AssemblyJan 18th, 2018

Criminal Justice Reform: Cash Bail iii Jan 16th, 2018

Protesters chide Jack Reed for excessive military spending- Jan 16th, 2018

Regunberg introduces resolution opposing Trump’s off-shore drilling plans- Jan 16th, 2018

Rhode Island speaks out against President Donald Trump’s ignorant racism- Jan 15th, 2018

Representative Marcia Ranglin-Vassell: Faith, love and strong progressive legislation for a better world- Jan 14th, 2018

Justine Caldwell calls out Rep Giarrusso for skipping House sexual harassment training  Jan 11th, 2018

The UprisingJanuary 12, 2018

Fall River protests against water deal with Invenergy- Jan 11th, 2018

Mattiello: House to ‘reflect the public’s will’ regarding PawSox  Jan 11th, 2018

Woman Project Letter to  the Editor Jan 8th, 2018

IUPAT begins national worker education campaign on TPS and DACA at worksites around the United States  Jan 8th, 2018

Invenergy: Delays in permitting power plant due to uninformed opposition, not our incompetence Jan 8th, 2018

Providence rescinds new gang database policy amid community concerns- Jan 6th, 2018

The Uprising, January 5, 2018

Democrats in Name Only stage attacks on reproductive rights at the State House-Jan 4th, 2017

New Providence Police gang database policy violates Community Safety Act, maintains PrYSM- Jan 4th, 2018

10th Annual Fighting Poverty with Faith Vigil unveils its 2018 legislative agenda- January 3rd, 2018

Providence seeking people to serve on police-oversight board- Dec 28th, 2017

Yet another FERC lawsuit is drowning Invenergy’s power plant plans  Dec 23rd, 2017

How to understand Invenergy’s lawsuits against National Grid and ISO New England– Dec 21st, 2017

New Providence City Council President David Salvatore faces issues of race, class, policing and water Dec 22st, 2017

400 electric-assist bikes to be available in Providence in summer 2018 Dec 21st, 2017

Economic Progress Institute issues call for workforce investment in latest reportDec 20th, 2017

Fall River City Council continues to investigate water deal with Invenergy- Dec 20th, 2017

Public testimony at the Special Legislative Committee to Study the Energy Facilities Siting Act Dec 20th,2017

International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers 2017   Coyote RI Dec 19th, 2017

Community groups say CSA implementation is being delayed, PVD Mayor and City Council say it’s on track- Dec 19th, 2017

AG Kilmartin anticipates Rhode Island joining multi-state Net Neutrality lawsuit Dec 19th, 2017

My testimony for the Energy Facilities Siting Act Commission Dec 18th, 2017

Standing up for reproductive health care Dec 16th, 2017

The Uprising, December 15, 2017

Raimondo breaks silence on CRMC and Jennifer Cervenka- Dec 15th,2017

How the executive director of the Rhode Island Democratic Party broke up a meeting of the women’s caucus — and kicked us out into the cold- Dec 15th,2017

The end of Net Neutrality threatens smaller news organizations like UpriseRI- Dec 14th, 2017

The end of Net Neutrality threatens smaller news organizations like UpriseRI- Dec 14th, 2017

CRMC approves National Grid project over community objections-Dec 13th, 2017

Invenergy must show-cause at hearing to avoid indefinite suspension of power plant plans- Dec 12th, 2017

CRMC to vote on Providence LNG plant despite calls for chair’s resignation Dec 12th, 2017

Providence introduces PVD Safe Stations, for those seeking treatment for addiction Dec 11th, 2017

Refugee Dream Center awarded a children’s library of books by SCBWI Dec 11th, 2017

Veterans’ group disagrees with HUD homelessness report- Dec 9th, 2017

Invenergy’s lawsuit against National Grid may put ‘tens of millions’ of construction costs on ratepayers Dec 11th, 2017

The Uprising December 8, 2017

Jack Reed: We need legislation to protect Net Neutrality- Dec 8th, 2017

Providence joins nationwide protest to save Net NeutralityDec 8th, 2017

One more time: The EFSB comes to Burrillville Dec 8th, 2017

CLF’s Jerry Elmer on fighting Invenergy’s power plant- Dec 5th, 2017

NoLNGinPVD calls for the immediate resignation of CRMC Chair Cervenka- Dec 4th, 2017

The Uprising, December 1st, 2017

Former CRMC member Tony Affigne on environmental racism and the use of police power at CRMC meetings- Dec 1st, 2017

The apparent conflict of interest between National Grid and CRMC Chair Jennifer Cervenka- Nov 30th, 2017

CRMC hearing consumed by public testimony against National Grid’s Port project- Nov 29th, 2017

National Grid’s proposed rate increase is in for a fight- Nov 28th, 2017

The Woman Project Interviews: Bella Robinson, Executive Director of Coyote RI  November 28, 2017

Rhode Island’s Kill the Trump Tax Bill Rally-Nov 25th 2017

A letter from Siham Byah, now in ICE custody- Nov 24th, 2017

CRMC needs to reject proposed liquefied natural gas plant in Providence- Nov 22st 2017

The Trans Day of Remembrance celebrates history, mourns losses- Nov 21st, 2017

Police Arrest Pipeline Protesters – And Get Paid By the Pipeline’s Owner Nov. 20, 2017,

Grid operator’s faux neutrality and endorsement of natural gas threatens our future- Nov 19th,2017

Private event for fossil fuel industry insiders held in Cranston- Nov 17th, 2017

Siham Byah remains a political prisoner of the United States, says lawyer Nov 17th, 2017

UpriseRI denied access to invite only ISO-New England event; ProJo, NPR okayed– Nov 16th, 2017

Community members label National Grid’s Port of Providence plans environmental racism at CRMC meeting  Nov 15th, 2017

Senators ask for answers amid reports of immigration arrests at hospitals, schools, and churches- Nov 14th, 2017


Many questions remain unanswered in police shooting, says ACLU- Nov 13th, 2017

In wake of police shooting, #JusticeForJoey marches through Providence Nov 11th, 2017

Highway police shooting exposes the limits of body cameras  Nov 11th, 2017

The Uprising, November 10th, 2017

A Murder by Police in Rhode Island- Nov 9th, 2017

Man killed in standoff with police on Route 95 in Providence | Videos, photos Nov 9th, 2017

Southern NH massage parlors focus of raids by federal agencies-Nov 8th, 2017

Boston rallies to free Siham Byah from ICE detention-Nov 8th, 2017

Invenergy failed to disclose its pro-power plant astroturfing-Nov 7th, 2017

ICE detaining single mother and political activist Siham Byah, rally planned in Boston- Nov 7th, 2017

 Magaziner leads young elected Democrats in letter against GOP tax bill-  

Nancy Pelosi in RI: GOP tax plan favors billionaires at middle-class expenseNov 6th, 2017

Save the Bay’s Jonathan Stone clarifies statements made on Dan Yorke-Nov 6th 2017

Power to the People? Nationalize GridNov 5th 2017

R.I. eyes expanding sales tax to downloads, streaming services-Nov 3rd 2017

Democratic Party recommits to labor with A Better DealNov 3rd, 2017

CLF motions for time to analyze Invenergy’s ‘bombshell’ Nov 3rd, 2017

Mayor Elorza creates Municipal ID Program in Providence Nov 2st, 2017

DMV proposes $250 car inspection late fee Nov 2st, 2017

CLF’s Jerry Elmer: Invenergy has a disclosure problem- Nov 2st, 2017

Regunberg: Empower communities to own their own electrical utilities Nov 2st,2017

Invenergy’s proposed RI power plant not qualified to enter electric market- Nov 1st, 2017

Interview with Bella Robinson by Emily Rehmet of Brown University Oct 2017

Judge William Smith expected to appoint special master to oversee UHIP disaster Oct 31st,  2017

Raimondo signs the Protect Rhode Island Families Act into law Oct 30th, 2017

Dorcas to provide resettlement services to evacuees from Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands- Oct 27th, 2017

Nurses and hospital workers keep pressure on as pension winds its way through court- Oct 27th, 2017

Is the Energy Facilities Siting Board prepared to disentangle issues of tribal governance? Oct 27th, 2017

Environmental groups hold vigil outside Governor Raimondo’s home- October 26, 2017

DeLorenzo quits Democratic Party amid calls for resignation of leadership post- Oct 26th, 2017

Fall River City Council wants answers in power plant water sale deal with Invenergy- Oct 26th, 2017

Residents from Mass and RI speak out against Fall River water sale in City Council meeting-Oct 25th 2017

Opponents of Invenergy power plant to present case to Fall River City Council- Oct 23rd, 2017

Protesters target WJAR/10 over mandated right-wing content from Sinclair Oct 23rd, 2017

EFSB grants Charlestown intervenor status, power plant hearings delayed By Steve Ahlquist on October 17, 2017

Columbus statue splattered with red paint By Steve Ahlquist on October 9, 2017

Survey illustrates challenges for transgender and gender non-conforming Rhode Islanders By Steve Ahlquist on October 13, 2017

Burrillville shines at EFSB’s last public comment hearing By Steve Ahlquist on October 12, 2017

Forum explores DCYF problems; speakers include key players, those who grew up in foster care Oct 11th, 2017

Trump’s moves against reproductive rights renew calls for state level action By Steve Ahlquist on October 7, 2017

Migrant Justice signs dairy farm worker human rights agreement with Ben & Jerry’s By Steve Ahlquist on October 4, 2017 

The March for Racial Justice in Rhode Island By Steve Ahlquist on October 2, 2017

Invenergy announces water deal with Narragansett Tribe By Steve Ahlquist on September 28, 2017

Pokanoket statement on the agreement with Brown University  By Steve Ahlquist on September 26, 2017

RI Speaker Nicholas Mattiello: ‘I support DACA.’ By Steve Ahlquist on September 26, 2017

Serving up some old time religion at Wexford groundbreaking By Steve Ahlquist on September 25, 2017

Pokanokets reach agreement with Brown University By Steve Ahlquist on September 25, 2017

Milk With Dignity: Vermont dairy farm workers want Ben & Jerry’s to honor their human rights By Steve Ahlquist on September 22, 2017

Youth-led social justice activism in Rhode Island  By Steve Ahlquist on September 21, 2017

DARE smashes piñatas in protest against high rents, evictions and public subsidies for luxury housing By Steve Ahlquist on September 20, 2017

Bill to protect domestic violence victims from gun owners passes General Assembly By Steve Ahlquist on September 20, 2017


WJAR forced to run pro-Trump programsSept 16th 2017

Wagner on transgender policy: “You can’t force people to love” By Steve Ahlquist on September 13, 2017

Dreamers speak out at Defend DACA Rally  By Steve Ahlquist on September 9, 2017

Groups urge RIDE to adopt statewide policy for transgender students By Nicole Cordier on September 7, 2017

R.I. joins federal lawsuit challenging Trump’s DACA phaseout-Sept 6th 2017

Experts question legality of I-93 customs checkpoints- Sept 2st 2017

Pokanokets march on Brown University as negotiations over Mt Hope land continue  By Steve Ahlquist on September 6, 2017

CNAs, care providers kick off Labor Day with a demand for $15 minimum wage By Steve Ahlquist on September 1, 2017

Burrillville asks EFSB to dismiss Invenergy application because it’s incomplete By Steve Ahlquist on September 1, 2017


Ex-Students Testify on Prostitution at Brown Dec 8th 1987














Burrillville asks EFSB to dismiss Invenergy application because it’s incompleteBy Steve Ahlquist on September 1, 2017

Revised State Police policy on ICE detainers interrogated by advocacy groups  By Steve Ahlquist on August 30, 2017

 Po Metacom Camp, RI– August 21, 2017  A compelling historical look at the struggle of the Pokenoket Nation, with Raymond L. Watson (Raymond Two Hawks), FANA Director General Neesu Wushuwunoag, discussing the history of the King Phillip’s War and importance of the Po Metacom Camp.

The Pokanoket Encampment-From the Steering Committee of the Native American and Indigenous Studies InitiativeAugust 24, 2017

Brown doesn’t decide who gets to lay claim to indigenous lands By Bella Noka on August 25, 2017

Work sharing is a win-win policy for our businesses and employees BY ALAN BARBER, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR – 08/22/17 05:00 PM EDT

Assembly leadership needs to see a big threat to status quo before protecting reproductive rights say legislators By Steve Ahlquist on July 30, 2017

Including Rhode island, nine states seek to expand Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative By Steve Ahlquist on August 24, 2017

Unmoved by public testimony, PUC approves ‘outrageous’ National Grid rate increase  By Steve Ahlquist on August 23, 2017

Providence school principal accused of failing to report sexual abuse- August 22st 2017

Video and photos from the Pokanoket Nation encampment By Steve Ahlquist on August 21, 2017

Settling into the second evening at the #PoMetacomCamp.

If you are able to, please send supplies to keep the Camp going strong: http://a.co/ilt6Cnv

A clambake and a protest for Sheldon Whitehouse at Kempenaar’s on Sunday  By Lauren Niedel on August 21, 2017

Pokanoket Tribe occupies Bristol land, say it belongs to them not Brown By Bob Plain on August 20, 2017

Led by women of color, thousands march against white supremacy in Boston By Steve Ahlquist on August 20, 2017 


Invenergy refuses to answer Burrillville’s data request about water sources By Steve Ahlquist on August 16, 2017

Danger in R.I. group homes  By Tom Mooney / and Jennifer Bogdan August 12th 2017

Building Trades urge Elorza not to join lawsuit against Invenergy By Steve Ahlquist on August 11, 2017

Providence begins discussion of Municipal IDs By Steve Ahlquist on August 10, 2017

Black Lives Matter demands diversity on 630WPRO  By Steve Ahlquist on August 1, 2017

Budget impasse is over but Speaker Mattiello is still on the hook By Steve Ahlquist on August 5, 2017

Representative Walsh adds her voice to Free Hugo Mejia By Steve Ahlquist on August 4, 2017

Judge sides with ACLU, puts Cranston’s anti-panhandling law on hold By Bob Plain on August 3, 2017

Standing against Trump’s assault on transgender rights in Rhode Island By Steve Ahlquist on July 30, 2017


 Providence City Council will consider joining CLF lawsuit against Invenergy, Johnston By Steve Ahlquist on July 24, 2017

Trump tax cuts a massive giveaway to the richest one percent of Rhode Islanders says report By Steve Ahlquist on July 20, 2017

Sheldon Whitehouse gets cookies for healthcare, castigated for BurrillvilleBy Steve Ahlquist on July 19, 2017- Backstory,  back in 2014 Senator Whitehouse refused to meet with Coyote RI and it took us 4 months to get an appointment with his policy advisor Rele Abiade. While Whitehouse was the chair of the crimes and terrorism committee which the 2014 Save Act fell under, he supported this horrible bill which turned into the 2015 Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act (JVTA). Whitehouse doesn’t seem to know the first thing about the topic and of course he hasn’t taken any action about RI having 320 unlicensed foster homes in 2016 and he yet all for stealing our first amendment rights by trying to censor the internet under the hysterical guise of SAVE THE CHILDREN from evil traffickers. Meanwhile the US has 2.5million homeless kids and our foster care system has been broken for decades. So basically they threw kids under the bus so they could rationalize the war against adult sex workers

Raimondo’s governor’s conference confronted over inaction on climate change By Steve Ahlquist on July 15, 2017

Once again, the ACLU sues Cranston over panhandling By Steve Ahlquist on July 18, 2017

Governor Convention protesters to be limited to a ‘designated area’ say police  By Steve Ahlquist on July 13, 2017



Maybe Senator WhiteHouse shouldn’t have refused to meet with RI sex workers while he supported the horrible bills like “Save Act of 2014 which turned into the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act of 2015”.    In February 2014  Coyote RI was granted a meeting with Rele Abiade,  who is Senator Sheldon’s policy advisor.

George Wiley Center confronts National Grid at their sponsored Waterfire
By Steve Ahlquist on July 9, 2017

Council candidates clash over racism in final forum before primary By Steve Ahlquist on July 7, 2017

Repro rights activists deliver petition to Speaker Mattiello’s law office in Cranston By Steve Ahlquist on June 29, 2017

A second attack on the energy efficiency program at the General Assembly poised to pass By Steve Ahlquist on June 28, 2017

Why did recent war games in PVD, Newport target communities of color? By Lauren Niedel on June 22, 2017

Big win for opponents of Burrillville power plant in Superior Court By Steve Ahlquist on June 20, 2017

ICE agents arrest Syrian man outside Providence courthouse  June 13th 2017

Army practices urban warfare in Providence and Newport, angering residents By Steve Ahlquist on June 11, 2017

Amid tensions between city and community, Mayor Elorza signs the CSA into law  By Steve Ahlquist on June 8, 2017

Providence City Council passes the Community Safety Act  By Steve Ahlquist on June 2, 2017

Providence’s Secret Police-May 31st 2017-

EPI reports on ‘The State of Black Families in Rhode Island’ By Steve Ahlquist on May 20, 2017

With all issues resolved, Community Safety Act now ready for final passage By Steve Ahlquist on May 26, 2017

Catching up with the Community Safety Act: Where does it stand right now? By Steve Ahlquist on May 12, 2017

Activists challenge Cranston’s anti-panhandling ordinance, police respond By Steve Ahlquist on March 28, 2017

Cranston police ticket leafleters protesting anti-panhandling ordinance + video-By Alisha A. Pina-March 27th 2017

The Rhode Island President Trump MAGA Rally By Steve Ahlquist on March 26, 2017

Cranston City Council passes anti-panhandling ordinance on party lines By Steve Ahlquist on February 16, 2017