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Sleep Protectors Gather for Freedom SleepOut #74
by Keith McHenry (story by Norse)
On the sidewalks near City Hall, barred from taking shelter under the eaves in the rain, protesters will spend the night outside, under tarps, perhaps with a tent or two, and in nearby vehicles. The protest runs from Tuesday afternoon to mid-morning Wednesday (to about 9 AM). For nearly a year and a half, a small community of housed and homeless have demanded an end to laws criminalizing survival sleeping and other life-sustaining activities. Watchers, well-wishers, blankets, and visitors welcome!
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