10/22: National Day of Protest Against Police Brutality

Kellogg Park, Kellogg and Wabasha, St. Paul
From
mass police brutality during the RNC to the everyday brutality against
people of color and poor people in the streets and in the jails,
something has got to be done to end their reign of terror.  Come out
and demand REAL solutions.  We need a real civilian review authority
that holds cops accountable and isnt just a rubber stamp agency!  End
beatings and abuse in the jails and prosecute brutal jailers!  No more
bogus charges against police brutality victims.  Prosecute brutal
cops!  Drop ALL charges against RNC arrestees.  Dissent is not a
crime!  Fire cops who lie in police reports or in court!  We must let
the authorities know that we will no longer be silent in the face of
police brutality!  Organized by Communities United Against Police
Brutality.

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