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STOP THE WAR ON YOUTH OF COLOR: PEOPLE’S ASSEMBLY & RALLY r August 28, 2013 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm Where: Oscar Grant Plaza Broadway & 14th Street Oakland,CA 94612 USA Contact: 510-600-5800 or 510-599-6357 STOP THE WAR ON YOUTH OF COLOR JUSTICE FOR TRAYVON MARTIN – JAIL ZIMMERMAN! OVERTURN ‘STAND YOUR GROUND’ LAWS! JOBS & EDUCATION NOT MASS INCARCERATION! END RACIAL PROFILING OF ALL FORMS! STOP RACIST POLICE TERROR INCLUDING STOP-AND-FRISK! IMMIGRANT RIGHTS NOW STOP DEPORTATIONS! A LIVING WAGE AND UNION RIGHTS FOR LOW-WAGE AND ALL WORKERS! Stop Urban Shield Militarization & Surveillance of Our Communities On Wed., August 28, after we’ve marched in Washington on Aug. 24 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the great march against racism in Washington, D.C., led by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the People’s Power Assembly Movement calls on activists across the U.S. to hold local JUSTICE FOR TRAYVON MARTIN ASSEMBLIES, including rallies, speak-outs, marches in public squares or in front of federal buildings or local police headquarters. Facebook event & RSVP Webpage for the national call for this event. Local Endorsers: ILWU Local 10, ONYX Organizing Committee, Dignidad y Resistencia, Oscar Grant Foundation, Justice for Alan Blueford Coalition, Malcolm X Grass Roots Movement, Kenneth Harding Foundation, Peoples Community Medics, Idriss Stelley Foundation, Workers World Party, Urban Black Men United, Tsega Center, IWW, Peoples Database Project, Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists Social Justice Committee-Berkeley , Monterey Peace & Justice Center, Dan Siegel – attorney, Anne Weills – attorney, Shane Hoff – UTU Local 1741
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