#RiseUpOctober Launch Meeting
Stopping Police Terror:
Which Side Are You On?

Updated June 27, 2015 | Revolution Newspaper | revcom.us


Come Hear Cornel West & Carl Dix
Speaking to Plan a Huge National March
in NYC in October 2015


Stopping Police Terror:
Which Side Are You On?

June 30, 2015 Tuesday 7 PM
The Unitarian Church of All Souls
1157 Lexington Avenue (at 80th), New York, NY

Ferguson, New York, Baltimore, Charleston...

In the last year, America has been split open over whether police and racist vigilantes getting away with murdering Black and Latino people must be STOPPED; or whether it's okay for racist killers, in and out of uniform, to shoot down or beat and choke to death Black people on a more than daily basis in the streets, or in their homes, or in their churches.

Many, many people have taken to the streets to STOP these horrors, but way too many people are still on the sidelines, and the killings still go on. The question that must be sharply posed to millions and millions of people, here and around the world, is this: Which side are you on? And what are you going to do stop the killings?

The National March to STOP Police Terror on October 22-24 aims to make everyone in America choose sides for real and change the whole way people fall out around police and out of uniform white supremacists getting away with murder as part of STOPPING these horrors. Cornel West and Carl Dix challenge you to join this historic effort!


Stop Mass Incarceration Network—New York
New York Metro: 929-249-7996 * National: 646-709-1961
ny.stopmassincarceration@gmail.com * www.stopmassincarceration.net


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