The Stop Mass Incarceration Networks calls on everyone to support and be part of the annual October 22 protests against police brutality, repression, and the criminalization of a generation. In the face of an intolerable situation in which police murder unarmed youth of color yet continue to go free... in which millions more continue to be sent off to prison, and in this way disproportionately affects the Black, Latino, Native American and other oppressed communities... and in which increasing repression in all aspects of life has been intensified by the Obama regime, with both Trump AND Clinton promising worse... this resistance must grow to include ALL segments of society, and it MUST BE STOPPED!
Here is a growing list of actions that will take place that day. Please find one near you and GET INVOLVED!
Chicago March and Rally Day: Saturday, October 22
Place: Water Tower Park, Michigan and Chicago (820 North Michigan Avenue)
Call from Gloria Pinex—Mother of Darius Pinex, Murdered by Chicago Police, January 2011
Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired of:
Murder by Police.
Stomped (on), Framed,
Seeing Our Babies Dying to This System,
No More Telling Us Who to Vote For
For the last 5 years I have struggled with my son’s death by police. Darius was murdered by the CPD. I have had a long fight for justice for me and my family. As I fought I learned no police officer will face any time in jail because they are protected by this system.
The reason I am standing up and calling on you to join me is because this has to stop! There are far more innocent people being murdered out here on these streets and around the country by—cops. The system has no future for us. We need a change. 1134 people were killed by police last year alone.
BE THERE! OCTOBER 22nd, 1PM: WATER TOWER PARK, 820 NORTH MICHIGAN
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New York City
New York City
October 22, 2016: 21st National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation
12:00PM assemble in front of the Harlem State Office Building at 163 W. 125th Street on the corner of Adam Clayton Powell for a rally and a march
(A/B/C/D/2/3 trains to 125th Street)
5:00PM Stolen Lives Induction Ceremony at St. Mary's Episcopal Church at 521 West 126th Street: https://www.facebook.com/events/631611667010330/
Noon march FB event https://www.facebook.com/events/1045458918885989/
Stolen Lives FB event https://www.facebook.com/events/631611667010330/
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San Francisco Bay Area
11:30 a.m.: Meet at Fruitvale (BART) Station Plaza (on the International Blvd. side), for car caravan thru East Oakland, and then at 3:30 p.m. go to Rally for the 50th Anniversary of the Black Panther Party, at 3:30 at Oscar Grant (City Hall) Plaza, at 14th and Broadway, downtown Oakland.
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Cleveland Rally at Public Square for 21st annual October 22 protests against police brutality, repression, and the criminalization of a generation, at 1pm Saturday.
March @ 2pm from Carver Park Projects on E. 40th and Community College/Quincy Ave Public Square to with rally at approximately 3pm.
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Los Angeles on October 22:
Gather at 11am at the corner of 107th and Western Avenue for a Car Caravan thru the streets of South Central as part of the 21st Annual National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression, and the Criminalization of a Generation!
The Revolution Club, Los Angeles is taking up the Call from Carl Dix to Build the Fight to Stop Police Terror as part of Organizing for an Actual Revolution! On October 22nd: Stop Police Terror! Which Side Are You On?
NICK THOMAS JUSTICE COALITION PRESENTS JONQUIL FESTIVAL EXPOSE’:
SMYRNA POLICE CHIEF & MAYOR & COBB D.A. GUILTY OF MAJOR COVER UP OF POLICE MURDER OF NICK THOMAS!!
JOIN US AT THE SMYRNA JONQUIL FESTIVAL (with 20,000 attendees) THIS SATURDAY & SUNDAY, OCT. 22-23, 12-5, AT THE SMYRNA VILLAGE GREEN (renamed “Nick Thomas People’s Green”) to expose this continued travesty & injustice and to protest continued Mass Incarceration and Police Brutality !!!
For information: email@example.com or 404-573-1199.
Saturday, October 22 at 12 PM - 3 PM in PDT
Don Pugnetti Park
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