Emergency Protest for Breonna Taylor! Black Women’s Lives Matter!

Emergency Protest for Breonna Taylor 

Saturday, September 26, 1 pm 

Gather at 2011 N. Charles St. Baltimore, MD 


Join us this Saturday for a massive emergency community car caravan & March to express our outrage and heartbreak at the failure to indict the Louisville police responsible for shooting Breonna Taylor to death. Solidarity with the people of Louisville. Black women’s lives do matter!

#SayHerName #BlackLivesMatter #BreonnaTaylor #SayHerName #BreonnaTaylorDeservesJustice #BreonnaTaylorWasMurdered


For more info. Call: 410-218-4835

Volunteer Work session:  Friday evening 6 pm to 8 pm @ 2011 N. Charles St.  

(We will set up outside weather permitting as no more than 5 people are allowed inside the Harriet Tubman Solidarity Center at a time.)

Volunteers come at 12 noon on Saturday.

Donate Venmo@SolidarityCenter


Please wear masks or we will provide one. 

Video of Attica Tribute


If you missed the incredible program marking the anniversary of the Attica prison uprising, you have a chance to watch it on VIDEO .  Featuring never-seen footage of Tom Soto, one of the original observers at Attica and the premiere of “Give Us the Freedom” featuring a prisoner from inside Vaughn prison explaining the conditions that led to the rebellion in Delaware.



Remember the Attica Prison Uprising – Special Event for Sunday


Salute to the Heroic Attica Prison Rebellion

Sunday, September 13,

5 pm eastern, 2 pm pacific, 4 pm mountain

Film premiere “Give Us the Freedom” a voice from the Vaughn prison by filmmaker Rasika Ruwanpathirana.

The Prisoners Solidarity Committee is holding a forum on Sunday, September 13,        2 pm west coast, 4 pm mountain and 5 pm eastern time to commemorate the Attica Uprising.  To participate REGISTER HERE.  

The forum will also include speakers, poetry and a discussion on the COVID crisis with relatives and loved ones of prisoners behind bars; .special clip from Tom Soto, one of the Attica observers and the poetry of the Attica prisoners.

Endorsers include: Prisoners Solidarity Committee; Peoples Power Assembly; Harriet Tubman Center for Social Justice; Struggle La Lucha; Socialist Unity Party/Partido de Socialismo Unido; Ujima People’s Progress Party; Youth Against War & Racism; Women in Struggle/Mujeres en Lucha (partial list)


READ A salute to the heroic Attica Uprising

On September 9, 1971, approximately 1,500 prisoners in Cell Block D seized the Attica Correctional Facility after having submitted a 27-point manifesto to the prison administration in an attempt to address the torturous conditions inside the prison.

Four days later, Governor Rockefeller ordered the storming of Attica prison.  The police assault was described with the exception of the Indigenous massacres in the 19th century, as the bloodiest one day encounter since the Civil War.

The story of the Attica prisoners is one of incredible courage and resistance!  It is the story of the fight for Black and Brown liberation and for an end to working class exploitation.

The Attica uprising continues to be remembered by all who seek justice and liberation.

Join us for a tribute this coming Sunday:  REGISTER NOW  FACEBOOK SIGN UP

Please donate if you are able to keep our movement growing.

PLEASE DONATE PAY PAL  or  Venmo@SolidarityCenter   Thank you!

Unemployed Workers Committee to Stop Evictions, Foreclosures & Utility Shut Offs

Unemployed Workers Committee to Stop Evictions, Foreclosures and Utility Shut Offs  “Through solidarity we can protect each other against capitalist greed & injustice”

If we can’t work, then we can’t pay!  No to evictions, foreclosures and utility shut-offs until we are back to work and this crisis is over.  The Peoples Power Assembly is initiating a special Unemployed Workers Committee and their supporters.  

Become a part of a mutual aid network of community members, neighbors, friends and co-workers to defend our community from evictions, foreclosures and utility shut-offs.   

Click to Sign Up

Here are seven of the things the group has listed that it will do:

  1. Stop evictions and foreclosures through mass action; by forming a human shield to physically prevent evictions;
  2. Advocate for government and sheriff’s departments to extend no eviction and foreclosure orders until people are safe, back to work and able to pay; 
  3. Hold the big landlords and banks responsible during this crisis which includes demanding no rent increases, evictions or foreclosures and housing fit for human beings;
  4. Work to ensure unemployment rights and guaranteed income for all jobless workers;
  5. Protect unemployed workers, the homeless, and also small landlords who are at the mercy of the big banks, whose foreclosures will impact their tenants;
  6. Demand safe working conditions and hazard pay for all workers to ensure that they do not get sick or spread infection to their families and friends; 
  7. Defend the community from utility shut-offs: heat, water and light are a right!

The Peoples Power Assembly sees the launching of this “Mutual Aid Group” as a continuation of our protests against racism and police terror. Those most impacted are Black, Latinx and poor workers; in fact, it was the 2008 subprime mortgage foreclosure scandal in combination with deindustrialization and the loss of union jobs that stripped wealth from Black and Latinx families and devastated whole communities.

We invite all groups and individuals to join and we pledge to unite with all groups who want to stop evictions and defend workers and the poor.  We meet monthly both through zoom and outside with strict social distancing and masks.

Become a mutual aid member.  (In this case our mutual aid is not so much about food or other resources ((if you would like to join our food is a right mutual aid at Douglas Homes, let us know)) but about putting our bodies, brains and love for one another together to protect our community.)

Members pledge to respond to the best of their ability to form a human chain to protect unemployed workers from sheriff and landlord actions.  This is just one way to be a part of the committee. There is something that everyone can contribute during this crisis.  If you are not able to leave your home or apartment you can help by phone banking and spreading the word. The most important thing is that through solidarity we can love and protect each other against capitalist greed and injustice.  

Click to Sign Up

To join go to: www.PeoplesPowerAssembly.org 410-218-4835

July 30 #SayHerName Rally / August 1 Children’s March Against Racism at Atlas Restaurant

@ GARMATZ BUILDING, 101 W. LOMBARD ST. , Downtown Baltimore


Thursday’s action coincides with the Vanessa Guillen Thursday D.C. March organized by her parents to demand justice in her case.  We will honor all of the women #SayHerName who have been victims of police, racist, military and patriarchal violence.  

Baltimore women veterans and their supporters will highlight the racism and sexism of how women vets including transgender women are treated, particularly Black, Brown and Indigenous women.  This includes lack of proper medical care, housing, and physiological support.  Hear from Annette Johnson, a veteran and supporter of  Black, Brown and Indigenous women veterans, Rev. Annie Chambers, PPA representative, Ellen Barfield, representative of the Phil Berrigan Chapter of the Veterans for Peace.

Rape and sexual violence are an integral part of the police and military culture.  It is a form of terror that is used by U.S. imperialism both abroad and even inside it’s own military as a method of terror, genocide and control.

Everyone is invited; women and oppressed genders will be speaking.  Please wear masks and social distance.  If you do not have a mask, we have masks available and snacks.


Organized by:  Peoples Power Assembly and Women in Struggle/Mujeres en Lucha



5:30 pm to 7:30 pm Gather at Broadway Square, Broadway & Thames Streets.


Join us as we rally around Dallas Greene, a nine year old boy who was recently the victim of racism by the Atlas Restaurant Group.

Dallas Greene and his mom

Atlas must change and work with the community to rectify their contributions to the segregation and racism among businesses in Harbor East.

This event is organized by a young boy to teach kids to stand up TOGETHER for what they believe in.  But it’s important for adults to come out and follow his lead.

So we’re inviting those who have worked at Atlas, those that have had run-ins with the Atlas Restaurant Group and Alex Smith in the past, those who have experienced racism and those who simply want to stand up against racism in their community to come out.


Please donate to keep our movement going to help with the cost of organizing



Urgent Prisoners Solidarity Needed

Prisoners Urgently Need Soap, Showers, PPE and Safe Conditions – Car Caravan & Protest at the offices of Robert L. Green, Secretary of Public Safety & Correctional Services

Thursday, July 23, Gather at 11 am

@ 2011 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218 to decorate cars 

12 noon at 300 East Joppa Rd, Towson, MD. 21204

For those who are able we will have a short social distancing protest & press conference — For more information call:  410-218-4835


While we continue our fight to abolish the racist mass incarceration system, prisoners from Cumberland, Jessup and Baltimore have written and called the Prisoners Solidarity Committee and the Peoples Power Assembly about immediate and urgent needs.

They are desperately concerned for their safety and the health of their fellow inmates.  Prisoners are not receiving adequate soap, showers or PPE.  Their complaints are being muffled and censored.

On Thursday, we will car caravan to the offices of Robert L. Green, Secretary of Public Safety and Correctional Services in Towson to amplify their demands..  

We will meet at 11 am to decorate cars and get staged.  Our route is too long to march so we will caravan.  But we will do a social distancing picket/rally/press conference at the offices at 12 noon if you want to meet us there.

Please wear masks and be safe. 

Donate to keep our movement growing.

PLEASE DONATE PAY PAL  or Venmo @SolidarityCenter  Thank you!


Saturday 7/18 March & Car Caravan; Thursday 7/16 Organizing Meeting

March & Car Caravan
Saturday, July 18, 2 pm
National Protests: Stop Police Crimes! Community Control Now!  Free Them All!
Gather @ 2011 N. Charles Street

March to the west side for special announcements


For more info. Call: 410-218-4835

THIS Thursday, July 16
Peoples Power Assembly Organizing Meeting
7 pm to 8:30 pm
Register in advance for this meeting:


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.  If you don’t get a confirmation please check your spam.


The Statement from the National Alliance Against Racism and Political Repression NAARPR follows local activities.

Stop Police Crimes! Community Control Now! Free Them All! July 18th Day of Protest

We are calling a national day of protest in what has now been a double-edged sword of crisis, with the pandemic on the one edge, and the horrific racist injustices against Black people on the other.

The fact that we have entered a new era of rebellion unprecedented in the annals of US history is now recognized by the powers that be, as well as the hucksters in the mass media, and all strands of the people’s movement.

We are issuing this call for a national day of protest not only in a moment of outrage, but also in the greatest crisis this country has seen.

What is at stake? The lives of our people are daily stolen by the ravages of Covid-19—particularly in the Deep South where our population is concentrated—and also the unabated crimes of murder and assault against our people by the police in virtually every major city in the United States.

We must place the demand for community control of the police at the center of the struggle to end police crimes and tyranny over our people.

The highest principle in the struggle is for us to assert our inalienable democratic right to determine who polices our communities and how our communities are policed. To avoid going down the blind alleys of piecemeal reforms, this must be our rock bottom demand.

Yes, defund the police. Yes, demilitarize the police. To make this happen people must be in control of the policing. So we are calling on all the various strands of the people’s movement—workers and all oppressed people—to join us on July 18th for a national day of protest demanding community control of the police, and continuing to demand depopulation of prisons, jails and detention centers which are death traps of the people confined in these institutions.

We also demand the freedom of Mumia Abu-Jamal, Sundiatta Acoli, Jalil Muntaquim, Veroza Bowers, Romaine “Chip” Fitzgerald, and all political prisoners who were in the Black Panther Party, many of whom have been locked down for over four decades, and also all those wrongfully convicted as a result of racist frame-ups as well as the survivors of torture like Gerald Reed, Tamon Russell who still languish in prison decades after they were wrongfully convicted. We must continue to relentlessly fight for justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and all those wantonly murdered by the police.

By being organized we are prepared to help the masses of our people to raise and fight for the demands in this call to end racist genocidal policies and practices of the police, and to stand in united struggle with all the democratic forces agitated into action by the present rebellion. WE HAVE MADE THE DEMANDS OF THE PEOPLE THE DEMANDS OF OUR MOVEMENT! JOIN US JULY 18TH IN UNITED PROTEST THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY!

Atlanta needs your urgent support – please sign petition

Sign the petition to stop the destruction of the Rayshard Brooks memorial 

Tell Atlanta officials: Hands off the Rayshard Brooks memorial!

From: July 10, 2020 Struggle – La Lucha

Return Wendy’s to community control

Sign the petition 

On June 12, 2020, Rayshard Brooks was murdered by officers of the Atlanta Police Department at the Wendy’s drive-through on University Avenue. Many community members witnessed the murder and were traumatized by the sight of Rayshard, a Black man and father, being shot in the back, kicked while he was down and his body stood on by a police officer as he lay dying. 

This happened in a poor, working-class, Black community that has witnessed and experienced the brutality of the APD for years. This time, the community decided to take control of this sacred space as a liberated zone for justice, grieving and community control. 

On Monday, July 6, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and the Atlanta police violently stole this liberated space from the community and destroyed Rayshard Brooks’ memorial. We demand:

  1. Return the community property, including posters, flowers and other donations, that were stolen from the Rayshard Brooks memorial.
  1. Return to our community the Wendy’s and surrounding area where Rayshard Brooks was murdered by the APD, as our healing and liberated zone. Police hands off!

Sign the petition

Petition initiated by the Peoples Power Assembly – Atlanta

On the 4th of July March & Car Caravan to Abolish Racist Mass Incarceration & Free Mumia Abu Jamal and all Political Prisoners

“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.




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!