Wednesday, October 12 at 12:00pm Pasadena City College (Circadian, CC Building)Part of ANTI-POLICE BRUTALITY WEEK
DATE: Wednesday, October 12, 2011
LOCATION: Pasadena City College (Circadian)
Whether you are planning on participating in any future acts of civil disobedience or simply walking down the street, it is essential that you know what your rights are if you are stopped, questioned, or detained by the authorities.
Local L.A.-Based activists will offer their personal experiences with being detained by the authorities as well as educate us on procedures we need to follow to ensure the preservation of our rights and safety.
This event is wheelchair accessible and dis-ability affirmative. If you need additional accommodations please contact us 72 hours prior to the event.____________________________________Please join Julia Wallace, Emma Rosenthal and others on the panel, discussing police brutality as it impacts and targets different groups of people. Cafe Intifada’s Emma Rosenthal will be addressing specific impact of police brutality on people w dis-abilities (PWDs)http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=271259869581330
ANTI-POLICE BRUTALITY FORUM
(Part of Anti-Police Brutality Week)
DATE: Thursday, October 13, 2011
LOCATION: Pasadena City College (Circadian Building CC), 1570 E. Colorado Bl., Pasadena, CA 91106
Police repression and brutality is UNDENIABLY one of the most pressing issues which afflicts our communities. Whether we believe that the police are here to protect our communities or keep them in their place, we cannot ignore that that the people of Los Angeles have experienced unbelievable trauma as direct result of decades worth of police misconduct, mayhem, and murder.
But it is important to note that we are NOT defenseless against state repression. Through knowledge, community, and resistance, we can push back the authorities and assert our right to live in a space that is free from poverty, crime, and the grasp of the prison-industrial complex.
This forum will not only educate us on the complex relationship between racism, economics, and injustice system, but will also offer a safe space for marginalized communities to offer their experiences with police and state repression, including:
- People of Color
– Womyn of Color
– The Queer/Transgender Community
– Dis-Abled Populations
We hope that through this event, we can begin connecting to each other and form communities of resistance.
Students for Social Justice
This event is wheelchair accessible and dis-ability affirmative. If you need additional accommodations please contact us 72 hours prior to the event.
Part of Police Brutality week. An important forum
There will be training on 287g and “secure communities” and other anti immigrant policies
as well as looking beyond the Dream Act and creating a grassroots movement.