At SFSU, students challenging their peers to act on April 21.
For immediate release Steven Yip 929 249 7996
April 20 2016 510 631 6996
Campus Student Day of Action April 21
to #StopPolice Terror
Students at San Francisco State University made a call for Thursday’s Student Day of Action to Stop Police Terror: “On April 21, we the students are calling for a national day of action—walkouts, protests, powerful manifestations of resistance on campuses across the country—in which we pose to each other the question: Which side are you on?
If you are disgusted by the systematic murder of citizens by the state, if you oppose the targeting and disproportionate mass incarceration of Black and Brown people, you need to be a part of this strike and make a statement by standing with your fellow students as well as community members.”
This call is endorsed by family members of those killed by police across the U.S. and Carl Dix, Revolutionary Communist Party, USA; Arturo O'Farrill, pianist, composer, educator; Alice Walker, novelist, poet, activist; Cornel West, philosopher, academic, social activist, author.
This Thursday! April 21 National Student Day of Action to STOP Police Terror! Which Side Are You On?
Join an action or plan one at your school!
Spread the word about April 21 on social media!
Take pictures and video of your April 21 action and post to April 21 Facebook Event
hashtags: #StopPoliceTerror and #WhichSideAreYouOn
Send your plans to firstname.lastname@example.org
*San Francisco State: 12:00 pm Malcolm X Plaza
*California State East Bay: 12:00 pm The Pod
*UCLA: SHUT DOWN Bruin Walk! 11:30 am Bruin Plaza
*University of California Riverside: 11:15 am the Bell Tower
*University of Wisconsin, Madison: 11:00 am Bascom Hill
*Antelope Valley College CA: 12:30 pm by the library
*Kent State, OH: 12:00 pm Rally in front of the Student Center
*Agnes Scott College, GA: No More Stolen Lives Tour, 7:00 pm Fire Place Lounge in the Alston Campus Center New flyer.jpg Blog
*Cal State Monterey Bay: TBA (call 510-631-6996 to get involved)
*Columbia University 2pm Low Library Steps