December 2014 – January 2015
Alameda County Supervisor Keith Carson is leading an effort to allow members of the community to vent their frustrations following non-indictments against white police officers who killed black men alleged of crimes in Ferguson, Mo. and New York City. Cases of police brutality have also occurred in the Bay Area over the years adding a strong local link to the anger felt all over the country.
Members of the public can participate in the town hall this Wednesday being called “A community meeting with elected officials and community leaders on solving the strained relationship between law enforcement and our communities.”
0 Telegraph Ave, Oakland.
Come sing Anti-Foreclosure Christmas Carols to Wells Fargo with ACCE this Thursday!
Thursday is our big day! We’ll be hitting Wells Fargo loud and clear to let them know that they need to give Gaylynne, Billy Jene, Kayode, Floyd, Njambi, Cheryl, Marie and Jose and others REAL loan modifications and principle reduction and that in light of our recent victory with KYHCA, that they sign an agreement with ACCE & the community to fully participate in the Keep Your Home California’s Hardest Hit Fund!
Action at Jim Foley’s Office (regional manager at Wells Fargo)
Too many times movements dies and voices aren’t heard because the weather isn’t as pretty. Well, it’s an ugly world we live in and we have to be willing to sometimes do things that are hard and face ugly things.
When the rain comes, people go in their houses, let us not forget about those who cannot go home because their lives have been stolen in this violent police state.
Come rain. sleet, hail or snow; #BlackLivesMatter and we must not let that be forgotten just because of some much needed rain. Bring your umbrellas out, network with one another, build up the community we want to save and march side by side in solidarity with one another & in solidarity with those around the world fighting for a better world.
Wear all Black because #BlackLivesMatter.
We invite you to join us in the courtroom as EFF challenges the government’s violations of Americans’ constitutional rights. Be part of our tireless call for justice and an end to illegal spying.
Hearing on Motion for Partial Summary Judgment in Jewel v. NSA
Jeffrey S. White
Government-issued photo ID is required for entry; arrive early for security screening. EFF urges attendees to dress in business attire and to observe respectful courtroom decorum.
Please Join us on the last Saturday before Christmas with signs, drums, kids, and you passion. No Business as usual, this is a protest about Police and state violence and in support of #BlackLivesMatter
Come learn about police tactics and human rights obligations, what to look out for and how to best record evidence of police misconduct in support of #BlackLivesMatter demonstrations against state-sanctioned police brutality and systemic anti-black racism.
Legal observers play a crucial role monitoring and reporting on police behavior at demonstrations and other protest events by protecting and asserting civil and political rights.
The National Lawyers Guild (NLG) Legal Observer program is part of a comprehensive system of legal support designed to enable people to express their political views as fully as possible without unconstitutional disruption or interference by the police and with the fewest possible consequences from the criminal justice system.
Please review the Legal Observer Manual (located at http://www.nlg.org/sites/default/files/LO_Manual.pdf) prior to attending the workshop.
Event Organizers and Supporters:
– The United People of Color Caucus (TUPOCC) of the NLG
– #BlackLivesMatter Bay Area
– National Lawyers Guild of San Francisco (NLGSF)
- To be continued -