Almost 600 people of color have been killed by police in California just in the last 5 years.
On July 1, people who have been impacted by police violence–family members, formerly incarcerated, community members–will encircle the California Capitol building and hold up the names of those killed by police.
Click the Ticket button on this page to receive event updates or to volunteer to hold up a name of the fallen.
We call on state legislators to:
–Defund the $31B police and prison industrial complex
–Hold police who kill accountable
–Prevent police unions from donating to district attorneys and judges
–Dismantle the machinery of systemic racism (restore voting rights, Ban the Box, etc.)
–Distance the state from vestiges of slavery by removing Involuntary Servitude from our State Constitution
–Establish an independent community oversight board with subpoena power to investigate police violence
Join All of Us or None, CA legislators, and victims of police violence to honor those killed by the police and to press forward with vital change.
We will also be registering people to vote, as well as providing information about campaigns to pass ACA 6 to restore voting rights, and to remove slavery / indentured servitude from the California constitution.
To receive event updates or to volunteer to hold up a name of the fallen, click the ticket button or go to: https://bit.ly/StopKillingUsCA
For more information, contact:
Sacramento: Aaliyah Muhammad
916.501.9988 / firstname.lastname@example.org
California: Bridget Cervelli
805.270.9853 / email@example.com