New York City #ShutDownRikers 10/23/15
Clark Kissinger & Miles Solay face charges serious enough to get a one-year sentence on Rikers Island for nonviolent political protest. We can’t allow this happen!
Sign this message the Queens District Attorney calling on charges to be dropped.
Tuesday April 12 9:00 am Support Clark Kissinger, manager of Revolution Books, and Miles Solay of the band Outernational, Queens Criminal Court, 125-01 Queens Boulevard, Kew Gardens Check the court docket for "Charles Kissinger." Facebook Event
Wallace VilleFrance arrested October 24 #RiseUpOctober. Photo Keegan StephanManhattan Court Hearings/Trials from #RiseUpOctober MarchWallace VilleFrance and Jamel Mims were arrested at Times Square while protesting police terror on 10/24/16. No dispersal order was given. 6 people were thrown down to the ground and arrested at Times Square. 5 others were arrested on 5th Avenue at the end of the march. None of them are now facing charges.
Monday March 28 9:30 am 100 Centre Street
for Wallace VilleFrance
Wednesday March 30 9:30 am 354 West 54th Street Manhattan Community Court
Wednesday, March 16: Members of the NYC Chapter of the Stop Mass Incarceration Network joined with Staten Islanders Against Racism and Police Brutality's rally to demand the new Richmond County District Attorney to convene a new grand jury to indict killer cop Daniel Pantaleo, who choked Eric Garner to death. Check out Travis Morales of the NYC Steering Committee in this video of the rally, which was held across the street from the Richmond County District Attorney's Office.
Animal Rights, Mass Incarceration, & Anarchism.
Monday, March 28 @ 7PM
NYU School of Law
40 Washington Square South
What do they have in common? Each are unique in their own focus but could it be that if different social justice movements united it would actually make them stronger? Is there actually a model we could develop together so that the fight for liberation becomes more holistic and less centralized?
Join us for an open discussion with 3 groups from 3 different movements: Collectively Free (animal rights), Stop Mass Incarceration (mass incarceration) and Rich, The Anarchist (anarchism).
To learn more visit, Collectively Free and The Stop Mass Incarceration Network.
This event is wheelchair accessible.
We are currently working on getting us food too!
RSVP hereNYC Stop Mass Incarceration Network meeting
March 27, 2016 at 4pm - 6pm
39 Eldridge Street NYC 10002 4th floor
Stop Mass Incarceration Network · Box 941 Knickerbocker Station, New York , NY 10002, United States
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