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Home Calendar Past Events 2015-07-25 Race, Class and Police Violence, in Oakland

2015-07-25 Race, Class and Police Violence, in Oakland

Posted on July20, 2015 by the Webmaster

The Peace and Freedom Party in cooperation with the Oscar Grant Committee invites you to a forum on

Race, Class, and Police Violence

When: Saturday, July 25 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Where: Niebyl-Proctor Marxist Library, 6501 Telegraph Ave, Oakland (MAP)
What: public forum
Sponsors: Oscar Grant Committee and the Peace and Freedom Party
Contact: call 510-465-9414 or 510-332-3865
Cost: Free

This forum will begin with stories from families whose lives have been forever changed by police violence. After this practical introduction, we will explain why the Oscar Grant Committee insists on linking “Black Lives Matter” with “All Lives Matter,” and then turn to broader social and political issues. Discussion will follow our presentation.

The Oscar Grant Committee, born from the struggle for justice for Oscar Grant, murdered by BART police on Jan 1, 2009, organizes working class resistence in support of families whose loved ones were murdered by police. Join us, our meetings are at 7:00 PM on the first Tuesday of every month at the NPML, 6501 Telegraph Avenue in North Oakland. Contact us by email at oscargrantcommittee.ogc [at] gmail.com.

The Peace and Freedom Party, born from the civil rights and anti-war movements of the 1960s, is an open, multi-tendency, movement-oriented, ballot-qualified, working class, socialist party. In Alameda County, join us at our meetings on the third Sunday of every month at 6:00pm at NPML, 6501 Telegraph Avenue in North Oakland. Contact us by phone at 510-465-9414. (Note: there will be no meeting in August.)

Click on the image below to download the Adobe Acrobat (pdf) document (2 flyers per sheet) for printing and distribution.


Flyer for July 25 forum on police violence

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