On April 10, a Florida grand jury is scheduled to “consider” whether to arrest the racist vigilante who lynched by bullet African American youth Trayvon Martin on February 26.
In Milwaukee on a broad array of activists and communities are UNITING AS ONE to tell the grand jury that we demand the arrest of George Zimmerman and hold the police responsible for him walking the streets free.
In Milwaukee APRIL 10, there will be a rally at 4 p.m. at the Dr. King memorial statue at Dr. King Drive and (and Brown Street). The rally will be followed by a march to the police administration building at 749 E. State Street to demand justice for the victims of the Milwaukee Police Department.
Civil rights hero Ms. Vel Philips is confirmed to speak at the rally.
WEAR YOUR HOODIES!
* Justice for Derek Williams and all victims of police brutality;
* Stop the MPD’s racist ‘Stop & Frisk’ policy; Community Controlled Police Review Board;
* Jobs not jails: a massive jobs program for youth, not jails, police repression and vigilante terror – Stop deportations of Arabs, Muslims, undocumented workers and students;
* No more cuts in education; end school closings and teacher/faculty layoffs; stop tuition hikes;
Endorsers for the Milwaukee APRIL 10 actions (List in formation): Africans on the Move; Brian Verdin, Community Activist; Gilbert Johnson, President AFSCME Local 82*; International Action Center; Latin American Solidarity Committee; Nation of Islam, Muhammad Mosque No. 3 Milwaukee; Milwaukee Brotherhood of Firefighters; National Black United Front; Occupy Fondulac; Occupy The Hood MKE; Occupy Milwaukee; Peace Action Wisconsin; SDS UW-Milwaukee; Voces de la Frontera; WI Bail Out The People Movement.
May 2, 2014 //
May 2, 2014 //
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