April; Huge Mobilization Month Stop Police Murder, End Solitary Confinement, Vigils & Rising for $15

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April 14th 2015 at 6:00pm #ShutDownA14 – Stop Business as Usual 2 Stop Police Murder! San Diego

Hall Of Justice 330 W Broadway, San Diego, California 92101

FB event page https://www.facebook.com/events/1561990947408955/

On Tuesday April 14, we will take our movement to STOP Police Murder to a whole new level.

On this day, thousands of students must walk out of school, take over buildings and go on strike at colleges and high schools nationwide. People must gather and march in cities all across the U.S. The normal routine of this society includes wanton police murder of Black and Brown people. Everyone must disrupt that normal routine.

Our demands are clear:

* The murder of Black and Brown people by the police MUST STOP.

* Justice for all the victims of brutal, murdering police.

* Indict, convict and send killer cops to jail—the whole damn system is guilty as hell.

* Stop the repression targeting the protests—Drop all the charges against all those arrested.

Join with family members of those whose lives have been stolen by the murdering police

Special messages from Alice Walker, Cindy Sheehan, Arturo O’Farrill, and others

– See more at http://www.stopmassincarceration.net/

April 15th City Heights is Rising for $15

Join a City-Wide Day of Action at the City Heights/ Rosa Parks Park and Performance Annex

3795 Fairmount Ave, San Diego, 92105

Rally and direct action beginning at 1:30pm, bus ride with LUNCH departing to SDSU at 3:00pm – in support of $15/hour, more access to higher education, and end to racial profiling in our city!

See More Connecting Struggles – Rising for $15 on April 15th 2015 San Diego

So Low wage workers, students, communities will be rising to demand living wages and justice for our people!

Connecting Struggles – Rising for $15 on April 15th 2015 San Diego Promo Video United Against Police Terror and San Diego Fight for 15 – Lucha por 15

WE RISE UP for Good Jobs & Self Sufficiency

WE RISE UP for an END to Racial Profiling and the Systemic Criminalization of Our Communities

WE RISE UP because it is time for San Diego to EMBRACE all its people

Rise up with us on April 15th in San Diego FB: San Diego Fight for 15 – Lucha por 15


Saturday, April, 18th at 6pm

City Heights/ Rosa Parks Park and Performance Annex

3795 Fairmount Ave, San Diego, 92105

FB event page https://www.facebook.com/events/537501919721135/  



Stand with us to honor and speak out against the masacre of 148 students in Kenya, & The 43 missing students of Ayotzinapa. To create a community forum in unity and action to protect our students of the world.

-Únase a nosotros para honrar y hablar en contra de la masacre de 147 estudiantes en Kenya & el 43 estudiantes desaparecidos de Ayotzinapa… Para creer un foro de nuestro comunidad para acción y unidad a proteger nuestros estudiantes del mundo.

April 23rd Continued Statewide Coordinated Actions To End Solitary Confinement (SCATESC) on the 23rd of each month.

23 or more hours every day, for years and decades that people are kept in solitary confinement in 7 x 11 foot concrete cells.

In San Diego, California Families Against Solitary Confinement (CFASC)  will hold an Informational demonstration including photos of men in SHU along with some who used to be in SHU but are now in General Population.

April 23rd Time: 6:00pm-7:30pm at Rosa Parks Park (the park is next to library) in City Heights, San Diego

Endorsers: United Against Police Terror San Diego & Black and Pink San Diego https://prisonerhungerstrikesolidarity.wordpress.com, http://www.prisonradio.org

April 26th Women’s Lives Matter San Diego Vigil

Sunday, April, 26th at 6pm

City Heights/ Rosa Parks Park and Performance Annex

3795 Fairmount Ave, San Diego, 92105

FB event page https://www.facebook.com/events/769895649796729/

Women are also victims of police brutality, whether it is rape, violence, or murder. However, oftentimes we don’t hear much about their stories in the media. These women are our sisters, daughters, mothers, friends….these women are us. They are Aiyana Stanley-Jones, Rekia Boyd, Miriam Carey, Kristina Coignard, Tarika Wilson, Jessica Hernandez and the list goes on.

Join us in solidarity with other cities nationwide as we hold a Candlelight Silent Processional for the women who are victims of police brutality. We will meet at the Rosa Parks Recreational Park and then hold a silent candle procession.

For a list of other Women’s Lives Matter Weekend events, please visit www.thecapv.org. #WomensLivesMatter

Get involved join Coalition Against Police Violence, United Against Police Terror – San Diego or Af3irm San Diego

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