10/22: Protest against police brutality

Rally at Loring Park (exact location to be announced)
March to homeless shelters and other areas strongly impacted by police brutality
We’re in a time when more people are becoming homeless daily through the crooked collusion of banksters and politicians.  Yet, homeless people are more under the boot of police repression than ever.  Why are law enforcement agencies brutally enforcing private contracts such as foreclosures and evictions?  Why are homeless people facing harassment, false charges and worse on a daily basis?  Why were seven people brutalized and arrested for standing with Rosemary Williams and fighting her eviction?  It’s not a crime to be poor and it’s not a crime to stand with poor people.  Join us for a rally and march to demand an end to attacks on homeless and low income people, people of color and all others who face police state repression.  Stand up!  Fight back! Sponsored by Communities United Against Police Brutality.