Hundreds of people assembled on 21 January 2017 at noon on Wenceslas Square in Prague to express support for a march by women in Washington, DC, USA that same day. Referencing the inauguration of US President Donald Trump, they appealed for respect for the values of democracy and rejected populism. (PHOTO: Johanna Neje, Prague Solidarity Rally with the Women's March on Washington)
Czech capital one of more than 600 marches worldwide in solidarity with women demonstrating in Washington DC21.1.2017 20:04 The Prague Solidarity Rally with the Women's March on Washington on Saturday, 21 January 2017, was one of over 600 events worldwide organized to coincide with the demonstration in the American capital. That march attracted over a half a million people and organizers say the global "sister rallies" were attended by over 3 million.
Ústí nad Labem, 2.5.2014 23:41, (ROMEA) About 100 Romani people marched on 1 May 2014 from the Předlice quarter of Ústí nad Labem to the Mánesový sady park. A convoy of vehicles carrying other Romani people drove behind them. Other opponents of neo-Nazism who were gathered at Mánesový sady joined them. After the neo-Nazi march passed by, the Romani counter-protesters returned to Předlice. full story
Krupka, 26.4.2009 13:58, (ROMEA) Extremists from the Workers' Party (Dělnická strana -DS), which is infiltrated by neo-Nazis, attempted to provoke the Roma today in Krupka na Teplicku. Several hundred Roma who do not want to allow the neo-Nazis to march through Czech towns also traveled to Krupka. They successfully blocked the DS march. Our correspondents were on the spot in Krupka and we followed the situation through our on-line reporting. full story
Prague, 5.3.2009 20:29, (ROMEA) The Czech Interior Ministry on Tuesday registered the new Workers' Youth civic association, a branch of the far right Workers' Party (DS) that has narrowly escaped dissolution, the DS informed on its website today. full story