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Title: Justice for Trayvon 100 City Vigil
START DATE: Saturday July 20
TIME: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location Details:
San Francisco Federal Building
90 7th St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
Event Type: Protest
The fight to get justice for Trayvon Martin continues! Al Sharpton's National Action Network is organizing actions in over 130 cities across the country this Saturday to demand that the Department of Justice prosecute George Zimmerman for violating Trayvon Martin's civil rights. The rally in San Francisco will be at 9am this Saturday at the federal building. While we stand in San Francisco, Trayvon Martin's parents and many others will stand in New York and Miami and all across the country. Stand with them, and join us as we add our voices to the chorus of outrage against racism and the cries of justice for Trayvon!

Endorsed by the San Francisco NAACP

For more information or to endorse:
JusticeForTrayvonSFVigil [at] gmail.com
415-890-3385
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by Researcher
Thursday Jul 18th, 2013 8:16 PM
The NationalActionNetwork.net website cited in the message also says that there is an Oakland event that is part of the 100 Cities Vigils at Noon at the Ron Dellums Federal Building, 1301 Clay St., in downtown Oakland (about 2 blocks from City Hall and the 12th St. BART station). A listing of 94 of these events (with Oakland being #7) is on this webpage: http://nationalactionnetwork.net/events/563/justice-for-trayvon-national-day-of-action-vigils-in-100-cities/


by Brendan
Friday Jul 19th, 2013 9:19 AM
There is also a rally called for 6 pm today July 19 at Oscar Grant Plaza , 14th and Broadway Oakland .
It's focus is on not only on Trayvon Martin but all victims of racist and police violence.
Called by Onyx , a African-American Oakland based group . Also endorsed by the Justice for Alan Blueford Coalition .