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International Day Against Police Brutality
Date Saturday March 15
Time 12:00 PM - 12:00 PM
Location Details
Arroyo Park
7701 Krause Ave
East Oakland
Event Type Protest
Emailmarch15oak [at]
March 15th has been designated as International Day Against Police Brutality since 1997, as an initiative by radical groups in Montréal and Sweden.

Police brutality is nothing new to Oakland, and for the second year in a row we will observe the International Day Against Police Brutality with a demonstration beginning at Arroyo Park in east Oakland. A rally will start at noon, followed by a march starting at 1pm.

More info can be found at the March 15th website:
Added to the calendar on Saturday Feb 8th, 2014 2:44 PM
§First Lead-Up Demonstration
by Feb 22nd (march15oak [at] Saturday Feb 8th, 2014 2:51 PM
March Against Police Repression in West Oakland!

City politicians plan to bring a federally-integrated surveillance center to Oakland, called the Domain Awareness Center. The soon-to-be implemented DAC aims to watch the entire city. This comes after a year of FBI-led raids on housing projects and more in west Oakland.

3:00 DeFremery Park 2/22
§Second Lead-Up Demonstration
by March 1st (march15oak [at] Monday Feb 17th, 2014 3:49 PM
March Against The Prison-Industrial-Complex

Take to the streets in defiance of the increasing criminalization of our communities. Take a stand against the racist justice system! Make some noise for the prisoners!

3:00 14th & Broadway 3/1
by Flyers (march15oak [at] Thursday Feb 27th, 2014 1:25 PM
EN/ES Bilingual Flyers for March 15th

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by miles
Monday Feb 10th, 2014 2:11 PM
remember ,police are part of society . people who go to work doing those deeds. its your fellow americans that are agreeing to injure other ''fellow americans''. these freaks are part of your country. why is some of the public willing to go to a ''job'' that inflicts harm on the rest of the public? seems like a built in uncivil war going on while you decide how much ''honey sugar low fat milk cocoa powder ''in your starbucks and sip it then add a little more sugar,then...all that attention to coffee drink while police state shackles people based on race.