SATURDAY — PRESS CONFERENCE & SPEAK OUT
Join us this Saturday, Feb. 6, 2 pm @ 247 N. Dallas Ct., Baltimore, MD 21231
at Douglas Homes for a Press Conference & Speak Out.
Join community leaders:
Rev. Annie Chambers, Peoples Power Assembly and Douglas Homes;
Dr. ‘Doc’ Marvin Cheatham, President, Matthew A. Henson Neighborhood Association, West Baltimore;
Leon Purnell, Director, Men & Family Center, East Baltimore;
Sharon Black, retired registered nurse, East Baltimore and many others including families whose members are incarcerated and the homeless.
We will bring attention to the racism and disparity in the vaccine roll out. This includes discussing the recent revelation of the detection of coronavirus in the Latrobe Homes sewage system.
We will offer solutions as we aim to bring attention to the problem.
All are invited to attend and participate.
Social distancing and masks mandatory. (We will have PPE on hand).
SUNDAY Justice for George Floyd – Trial Begins for Derek Chauvin
Sunday, March 7, 5 pm to 6:30 pm
Gather at 2011 N. Charles, Baltimore, MD 21218
Social distancing and masks mandatory (We will have PPE on hand).
See below for those who can participate in cars.
Derek Chauvin is the first of the four killer cops to stand trial for the murder of George Floyd. The trial is set to begin Monday, March 8 (with jury selection). The whole world witnessed the brutality that stole George Floyd’s life. People took to the streets in cities and towns in every state in this country to demand justice for him and for all those murdered by police.
Baltimore answers the call of the National Alliance for Racist and Political Repression to hold solidarity rallies all over the country.
This trial is not only important for Minnesota, which has never seen a white police officer prosecuted for murdering a Black person. It is important for the entire country, which was set aflame in rebellion after Floyd’s murder. We will not rest until we see all four of George Floyd’s killers taken off the streets, and our communities have the power to decide who polices our communities and how our communities are policed. Stand with us.
Justice for George! All power to the people!
It is possible to stay in your car for this action. Otherwise, face coverings and social distancing are mandatory.
We will hold a candlelight vigil for George Floyd as the sun sets. We will have candles but if you would like to bring you own, please do.
Your help is needed now for both
of these events to cover costs
Thank you in advance, every donation counts.