“Struggle Saturday’s” continuing our Saturday protests against racism & police terror. Saturday, July 4, 2 pm
On the fourth of July we join national protests for Mumia Abu Jamal and all political prisoners
July 4, Saturday, we march against the racist mass incarceration system and in solidarity with all prisoners behind bars and detention centers and their families. We will hear from the family members of those incarcerated and demand an end to mass incarceration and freedom for all political prisoners.
We commemorate Frederick Douglas and remember his famous speech: “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?” Excerpts by James Earl Jones From Mumia Abu Jamal read by Bernadette Devlin McAliskey
Saturday, July 4, 2 pm
Gather at 20th & N Charles Street
For a March & Car Caravan
Following our March we will hold a brief assembly and hear from the family members and loved ones of those locked behind bars before returning to our departure site.
For more information call: 410-218-4835
Donations needed to help with mobilization costs.
Every donation regardless of size is deeply appreciated.