Dear friends in struggle,

We wanted to send our sincerest thank you to all of you who have been in the trenches these past weeks: whether you have protested in the streets or in your car, provided water and organized health teams, carried signs or whether you have contributed by donating financially or bringing material aid.

Huge thanks goes out to all who have shared notices of protests on social media; who have forwarded events to friends and to everyone who has volunteered during the long Marches and caravans.

There are so many ways that people have made this movement against racism and police terror stronger that it’s impossible to list all of them in a short note.  

Just know that whatever role you have played it is deeply appreciated especially by the friends and loved ones of victims who have spent decades fighting for justice.

As Mary Washington, the mother of Joey Wilbon stated, “We have been carrying this fight for the last twenty years”.  

This weekend we are temporarily taking a break from our own initiatives and supporting the actions of others.  We wanted to make sure you had the information.  

We will not give up fighting for justice until we win!

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts,

Peoples Power Assembly



Community members have been protesting at Vince’s Crab House every day because of his deeply racist remarks.  The object is to convince customers not to patronize this business. 

Here is a link from the Baltimore Sun LINK 

Picket Vince’s Crab House

610 Compass Road, Middle River, MD 21220

Monday & Tuesday — hours are 2 pm to 8 pm

Wed to Saturday — hours are 11 am to 8 pm


Protest in Annapolis at Gov. Hogan’s Mansion to Repeal  the Law Enforcement Officer’s Bill of Rights (LEOBR) and many other issues including affordable housing, end to private prisons, money for Historic Black Campuses and Universities, fund the Kirwan Commission, etc. 

Saturday, June 27, 6 pm in Annapolis

We are leaving from our office at 4 pm

2011 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21218

If you are driving on your own car, here are the instructions from the SCLC of Prince George’s County – From SCLC logistics for the route:

Take 50 east to Rowe Blvd.  Make a right on Taylor,  Navy Stadium is right there.  Take the driveway into Stadium, First gate, Gate 6 is where we will park.   It will have “State Employees Parking” on the gate.  The Maryland Capitol Police will have that gate open for us to park for free.  ASSEMBLING: Try to arrive between 5:30-5:45.  The march starts at 6 pm.  We are scheduled from 6-9 pm, but should wrap up before 9:00 pm.  We can assemble at Gate 6.  We will come out of Gate 6 and make a left at Rowe Blvd and Taylor.  Make Right on Taylor, Come to First Light at Rowe and Calvert.  Make immediate Right and march down to Fireman’s Memorial.  The Maryland Capitol Police will Block Off Calvert between Rowe Blvd. and Northwestern.  We will assemble and Rally at the Fireman’s Memorial.   


For those that cannot March, the Prince George’s County Education Association will have a 15 passenger bus to shuttle individuals from the parking lot to the rally location.

The Peoples Power Assembly will be marching with our signs and the “Community Control of Police” banner along with Ujima Peoples Progress Party.  LOOK FOR OUR SIGNS!