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Wed Jan 13 2016 (Updated 01/25/16)Martin Luther King Jr's Radical Legacy Lives On
Wed Jan 13 2016 (Updated 01/25/16)Bay Area Holds 96 Hours of Action as Part of Nat'l Call to “Reclaim King’s Radical Legacy”
The Anti Police-Terror Project (APTP) writes: Over the last year, in the Bay Area alone, there have been dozens of police murders. In San Francisco, we have most recently seen the brutal execution of Mario Woods, in addition to police beating a disabled man in front of the Twitter building and racist text messages exchanged between SFPD on-duty officers. In Oakland, we have seen a string of Black men murdered by police since only June of 2015. In fact, a recent graphic by Mapping Police Violence shows that in 2015, Oakland ranks third in police killings per million people in 60 of America's largest cities.
APTP has called for the Second Annual 96 Hours of Direct Action and Reclaiming King’s Radical Legacy March. For four days, hundreds of community members from over two dozen groups in both Oakland and San Francisco will unleash a spectrum of disruptive and creative activity. In the spirit of MLK, these actions will meaningfully interrupt business as usual whether that be with direct action, teach-ins, concerts or prayer vigils.
Demands include: The resignation of Mayor Libby Schaaf; The immediate termination of Chief Sean Whent; The immediate termination of Chief Greg Suhr; The immediate termination of the officers involved in the murders of Richard Perkins, Mario Woods, Yuvette Henderson, Amilcar Lopez, Alex Nieto, Demouriah Hogg and Richard Linyard; Respect our Sanctuary Cities. ICE Out Oakland and San Francisco! No deportations! No Arrests!; and The immediate reallocation of city budgets: reduce police budgets and reallocate those funds to provide for affordable housing that allows Black, Brown and other people of color to remain in San Francisco and Oakland.
Read More | AntiPoliceTerrorProject.org | Coverage from 2015 | First Annual March to Reclaim King's Radical Legacy | Oakland 2015 | Hard Knock Radio on MLK and 2016 Reclaim MLK 96 Hours of Action
Full List of 2016 Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend Events from the Indybay Calendar:[Events listed are mostly APTP 96Hours-affiliated, some independent.]
Friday 1/15: Communities in Oakland and San Francisco will hold actions calling out the rampant gentrification occurring on both sides of the bridge.
96 Hours to Reclaim King's Radical Legacy: Friday in the Fillmore
Event announcements: No Sprouts In Oakland: Stop Gentrification of Local Food Economy | "Can You See Me?" Interfaith Procession in Remembrance of Black Lives | Reclaim SF! Reclaim MLK's Radical Legacy!
Saturday 1/16: The Oakland Community will call out the many forms of state terror occurring in The Town. Unannounced actions included a protest at the home of mayor Libby Schaaf in Oakland and police chief Sean Whent in Brentwood.
Event announcements: #CallOutLibby: the Bay Area calls out Libby Schaaf | Will their killing of MARIO WOODS be exploited by SFPD to acquire Tasers? HELL NO!!! / SF Forum On The Danger Of Tasers | Street Convos for Racial Justice in Oakland | Fast Food Workers' Action | BAMN-UC Berkeley "East meets West" March | Santa Cruz NAACP Annual Youth Day & Gospel Night | Children's Power: Play Action | Oakland Airport "Say Their Names"
Sunday 1/17: The people will unite in San Francisco to call out state terror, economic terror and the corrupt city governments that allow it to continue. Unannounced actions included demonstrations in front of the homes of mayor Ed Lee and police chief Greg Suhr.
Good Morning, Police Chief Greg Suhr!
Event announcements: "The moral passivity of a pastured cow" SF real estate walking tour | Paul Rockwell: Dr. King on imperialism and war | San Francisco March for Tech Diversity and Equity | San Francisco Airport "Say Their Names" | Visions for Racial Justice in Oakland: A Community Conversation | Black Panther Party history teach-in with Fred Hampton Jr
Monday 1/18: Second Annual Reclaim King’s Radical Legacy March from Oakland to Emeryville. Unannounced was a shutdown of the Bay Bridge.
Reclaim MLK March 2016: Oakland, California | Workers and Community Activists Rally On 2016 Oakland MLK Day | Support Black.Seed collective's bail fund for #BlackHealthMatters #BayBridge action! | Black.Seed Shuts Down Bay Bridge to Reclaim MLK's Radical Legacy | Black Queer Liberation Collective Black.Seed Shuts Down Bay Bridge
Event announcements: Children's Teach In: Reconstructing History, Deconstructing Power | Planting Justice Vigil for Economic Justice & Empowerment | Pre-March Protest in Solidarity with the fighting people of Haiti | Artists for Black Lives | Second Annual March to Reclaim King's Radical Legacy / Culmination of #96Hours of Direct Action Weekend | The 19th Annual Bringing the Noise for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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