Organize for Racial Justice; Stop Police Brutality & White Supremacy; Community Organizing meeting Fri. Sept. 1, 7 PM:

 
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09/01/2017 - 7:00pm
09/01/2017 - 9:00pm
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Community Organizing meeting Fri. Sept. 1, 7 PM:
Organize a Racial Justice Response to San Diego Police Brutality and White Supremacy!

Participants in the Activist San Diego Community meeting voted to convene an organizing meeting on Friday evening Sept. 1 @ 7pm at the Peace Resource Center, 3850 Gateway Place 92105

THIS IS A CALL TO ACTION FOR ALL ACTIVISTS!!!!

First of all I would like to express my profound gratitude to every single one of you that came to the Activist San Diego community meeting devoted to our Criminal Justice system. I was very pleased that we came out of this meeting with the National Day of Protest Against Police Brutality October 22nd as our organizing focal point.

This will allow us to build up our new coalition and develop action items to ensure that substantial policies changes are made and we can achieve positive results for all of San Diego.

Please find below the details for our first organizing meeting.

Location: Peace Resource Center

Time: 7pm - 9pm

Date: Friday, 09/01/2017

Address: 3850 Gateway Place

San Diego, CA 92105

We look forward to seeing you there.
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Why has San Diego been plagued, for decades by incidents of police brutality? What must we do to build and sustain racial justice organizing against police abuse, police shootings, mass incarceration, disproportionate/racialized sentencing, marginalization of communities of color and institutionalized discrimination? Police in SD and Charlottesville VA did not prevent Trump supporters from attacking peaceful protestors.
Make Charlottesville Solidarity a reality in San Diego
The meeting will also focus on organizing initiatives to confront white supremacy locally; Trump and the new Confederates are promoting Alt-Reich racialized politics.
Organizations are encouraged to attend to continue building ties and relationships to empower the people's movement. For more information call 619 283-1100