Assembly Points for October 22, National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation

October 12, 2013 | Revolution Newspaper |


These are actions for this year's National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and Criminalization of a Generation that have been announced as of October 13. Go online to the Stop Mass Incarceration Network ( and the October 22nd Coalition ( websites for updates and local info.

Albuquerque, New Mexico
4 pm: Rally in front of the mayor's office (One Civic Plaza, NW), followed by a march to Albuquerque Police Department (400 Roma Ave. NW)

Atlanta, Georgia
4:30 pm: Assemble at Troy Davis (Woodruff) Park (Peachtree Street and Edgewood Ave., downtown);
5:30 pm: March

Chicago, Illinois
Noon: Daley Plaza, Washington & Dearborn in the Chicago Loop

Cleveland, Ohio
2:30 pm: Assemble at Public Square (across from Tower City), downtown Cleveland;
3:30 pm: Rally, followed by march to the (In)Justice Center downtown (Ontario and Lakeside Aves.)

Detroit, Michigan
3-5 pm Speak out at Rosa Parks Transit Center, 1310 Cass Ave., Detroit MI 48226

Fresno, California
6:00 pm, October 21: film screening: Dr. King & The Black Panther Party vs. United States of America Police Brutality at New Light for New Life Church of God (1106 W. Woodward)
5:30 pm, October 22: Assemble at Eaton Plaza (2400 Fresno Street, next to Fresno Police Department and behind Fresno County Library in downtown Fresno);

Greensboro, North Carolina
4:30 pm: Protest at the Guilford County jail (corner of W. Washington and S. Edgeworth);
5:30 pm Speak-out and march at Smith Homes, assemble at corner of Florida Street and Freeman Mill Road

Hayward, California
6:30 pm: Pancho Villa Event Center (The White Hall), 1026 B Street

Houston, Texas
5 pm: Rally and march at Market Square Park (Travis and Preston). Bring your voice, drums, music, noise, signs, banners; 832-865-0408

Jacksonville, Florida
4 pm: Hemming Plaza (135 Monroe Street West)

Los Angeles, California
2 pm: Gather at Crenshaw/Slauson; 3 pm March;
4:30 pm: Rally

Lynn, Massachusetts
5 pm: Assemble at 3 City Hall Square

Minneapolis, Minnesota
Mobile Know Your Rights training in downtown Minneapolis during the day;
6:30 pm: Rally and vigil for Stolen Lives at the 5th Precinct in South Minneapolis (3101 Nicollet Ave. South)

New York City
4 pm: 125th Street & Adam Clayton Powell Blvd., in front of the Harlem State Office Building
In the Bronx, 2:30 pm, Joyce Kilmer Park, 161 Street and Grand Concourse

Oakland/Bay Area, California
4:30 pm: Fruitvale BART Station, Oakland

Redding, California
12 pm: Rally at Redding Courthouse (1525 Court Street)

Sacramento, California
10 am: Assemble at California State Capitol (1315 10th Street) for rally, workshops, edutainment, and march

San Diego, California
6 pm: Assemble at I-15 overpass on University Ave. (City Heights Transit Plaza at 3878 40th Street).
Vigil and speak-out at sundown, followed by a light brigade action to FilmThePolice.
Please bring candles, signs, and cameras that have the ability to record video.

Seattle, Washington
5:30 pm: Rally at Seattle Central Community College (Broadway and Pine), followed by march

Washington, DC
Tuesday, October 22, 2013 - 7:00pm Emergence Community Arts Collective, 733 Euclid St. NW The National Black United Front invites you to a discussion panel honouring the National Day Against Police Brutality:Mass Incarceration Vs. The Black Family - See more at:

CANADA Montreal, QC
6:30 pm: Assemble at 480 Gilford, métro Laurier (St-Joseph exit) in front of the Fraternité des policiers et policières de Montréal



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