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5:00 pm Families United March on State Capitol Sacramento @ State Capitol
Families United March on State Capitol Sacramento @ State Capitol
Apr 8 @ 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
ATTENTION ALL FAMILIES WHO HAS BEEN A VICTIM OF POLICE TERRORISM join us as we march on State Capital Sacramento during Crime Victim Day April 8, 2014. Please organize your communities and unite with us as we speak out against State Attorney General Kamala Harris for turning a blind eye under the Color of Law. Let’s organized now to address the Peace Officers Bill of Rights, Police Terrorism, and failure to resolve gun violence in our communities. Those families harmed by Gun Violence that are still seeking justice and an … Continued
5:00 pm Restore the Balance of Justice: Sacramento Rally & Lobbying. @ State Capitol
Restore the Balance of Justice: Sacramento Rally & Lobbying. @ State Capitol
Apr 8 @ 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Restore the Balance of Justice: Sacramento Rally & Lobbying. @ State Capitol | Sacramento | California | United States
 Families United March on State Capital Sacramento Over 21 families are asking to California Attorney General Kamlia D. Harris, 32nd Attorney General of the State of California, to review the “Policemen’s Bill of Rights” and police policy due to the rising use of excessive force by citizen murders.The  State Capitol in Sacramento, California  for the United Families of California at the fifth annual Victims’ Rights March is a call to action for victims and their supporters to come together as they do every year on the steps of the California State Capitol to have their voices heard by … Continued
1:00 am Urban Agriculture Documentary: Growing Cities. @ New Parkway Theatre
Urban Agriculture Documentary: Growing Cities. @ New Parkway Theatre
Apr 9 @ 1:00 am – 4:00 am
The Oakland-based Institute of Urban Homesteading is hosting an urban agriculture night at the New Parkway Theater. The main event is a screening of the urban agriculture documentary Growing Cities, and filmmaker Dan Susman will be on hand. Other festivities include a jam tasting and jam swap (participants should bring a jar for tasting and another to swap), and various door prizes. Doors open at 6 p.m.; the movie will start at 7. Tickets ($8, plus a service fee) are available here.55337