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Minneapolis-based activist helping to organize the march on the RNC. She is an activist with Students for a Democratic Society and helped plan protests against the 2008 RNC, which was hosted in Minneapolis-St. Paul. That work landed her on the FBI’s surveillance list for "providing material support or resources to designated foreign terrorist organizations." Agents raided her home in 2010, along with the homes of others engaged in antiwar activism that is critical of U.S. foreign policy.

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