Here is the schedule for the 2013 Days of Action Against Police Brutality, Oct 22-23!
No school. No Work.
Bring warm clothes and any other warm stuff for folks who need it. Local call to action is below schedule.
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Tuesday, Oct 22 18th NATIONAL DAY OF PROTEST
1:00pm Cesar Chavez Park (formerly ‘Hammond Park’ 14 & E, Eureka)
CONVERGE AND PREPARE FOR MARCH – with lunch
2:30pm starting from Cesar Chavez Park (14th & E, Eureka)
MARCH OF RESISTANCE TO POLICE BRUTALITY
6:00pm Carson Park (Carson & H, Eureka -on the Carson end)
MUSIC FOR THE PEOPLE- Live Concert, Dinner, Speak Out!
CANDLELIGHT WALK Honor The Victims And Survivors Of State Violence
10:00pm Cesar Chavez Park (14th & E, Eureka)
ALL NIGHT VIGIL To Protest the Criminalization of Sleep, with FILM SCREENING
Wednesday, Oct 23 MEMORIAL DAY FOR CHRISTOPHER BURGESS
midnite-3:00am Humboldt Courthouse/Jail
“WELCOME OUT!” Support People Released From Jail At Cold, Unfriendly Hours. Help distribute warm clothes, warm beverage, and a welcoming smile!
9:00am Clarke Plaza (3rd & E St., Eureka)
11:00am starting from Clarke Plaza (3rd & E St., Eureka)
MARCH through neighborhoods & to police stations.
March for Chris Burgess, murdered by Eureka Police Officer Oct 23, 2006.
4:00-7:00pm corner of Wabash & Broadway, Eureka
PROTEST & DINNER Stop the criminalization of youth!
Being young is NOT A CRIME! Stop the school-to-prison pipeline!
Call 707.633.4493 for more details or check out redwoodcurtaincopwatch.net.
Days of Action Against Police Brutality Oct 22-23
See you there.
Redwood Curtain CopWatch, along with communities all over the country invites, urges you, to stand up to the police state, reject the school-to-prison pipeline and show your solidarity or rage regarding oppression and violence against any and all people for who they are, where they live, what they believe, or what they have or don’t have.
Come out on Oct. 22nd and 23rd, Tuesday and Wednesday, united for Days of Action Against Police Brutality, Repression, and the Criminalization of a Generation. Oct. 22nd is the 18th National Day of Protest and the 23rd is the Memorial Day of Chris Burgess who, at age 16, was shot to death by Eureka Police Officer, Terry Liles, who is still an EPD cop and continues to terrorize kids and adults.
We stand in solidarity with courageous prisoners who went on hunger strike this July for an end to torture in CA prisons, in solidarity with kids who, now, if they get in trouble in school, don’t get sent to the principal’s office but to the criminal in-justice system, put on probation, setting them up for a life of targeting and lock up- as what happened to young Chris Burgess, pursued and murdered for not reporting to probation. We stand in solidarity with people being targeted for living outside, without shelter, with little resources, while affordable housing and living wage jobs are a joke here; we stand in solidarity with all oppressed people, those being beat down, hunted, stolen from, killed, entombed in concrete cells, separated from their loved ones –for migrating to the U.S., for having little to no resources, for being a person of color, for speaking up against imperialism and human right violations, for being young or trans or gay or simply different.