Tomorrow, May 5, is the first anniversary of the killing of Brendon Glenn. There will be a memorial service where he was shot to death, in front of the Townhouse Bar, 52 Windward Avenue, Venice, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.Read more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Event - Trial of "April 14 Protesters" - It's Right To Protest Murder by Police
Location - 210 W. Temple, Los Angeles 90012, 3rd Floor, Division 44, Judge David Fields, Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center
Date and Time - MONDAY, May 2 at 10:45amRead more
Kisha Michael and Marquintan Sandlin were murdered by Inglewood police on February 21, while they were sitting unconscious in a car. Hear a 20 minute interview by Michael Slate on KPFK of Rose and David, Kisha Michael's mother and father, her cousin, Gregory, and her twin sister, Trisha.
Sign and spread the statement "It's Right To Protest Murder by Police."
download statement poster pdf
April 5th 8:30 AM Court Support #A14 Criminal Court Building; 210 W. Temple St., downtown Los Angeles, 7th Floor, Department 56
Demand Criminal Charges Targeting April 14 Protestors be Dropped Call Mike Feuer (213-978-8100), L.A. City Attorney, Today
Protest! Inglewood, CA Police Use Machine Gun to Execute Kisha Michael and Marquintan Sandlin - Sleeping While Black!
Event: Protest! Inglewood, CA Police Use Machine Gun to Execute Kisha Michael and Marquintan Sandlin - Sleeping While Black!
Location: 101 S. LA Brea Ave., Inglewood, CA 90301 (La Brea Blvd. one block north of Manchester Blvd.) at Inglewood Civic Center / Inglewood Police Department
Day and Time: Friday, March 25 ~ 4pm
Contact: 323-899-7497, Trisha Michael ~ Kisha Michael's twin sister; 213-949-8083 ~ Keith James (Stop Mass Incarceration Network)Read more
LA Update: It's Right to Protest Murder by Police! Demand Criminal Charges Targeting April 14 Protestors be Dropped
Flash ! Three more defendants have just started trial, jury selection is underway, with opening statements set to begin either Wednesday or Thursday, April 13 or 14 (and trial is set for April 25 for 3 more defendants). The three on trial now were sent to Judge David Fields court, the same judge who presided over the railroad of the 3 defendants convicted in November 2015! This is a due process violation of the defendants rights, as Judge David Fields has made clear in open court he considers the defendants guilty, before any evidence has been presented. more updated flyer pdf
Call Mike Feuer (213-978-8100), L.A. City Attorney, demand to Drop the Charges against A14 defendants.
On April 14, 2015, 1000 people in Los Angeles protested to STOP murder by police. At LAPD headquarters, a broad range of speakers, and hundreds of high school students, exposed the epidemic of police murder and called for it to stop, now! ~ and then took the streets. Business as usual was shut down in downtown Los Angeles that day.Read more
Saturday 26th 11AM-1 PM
Self-Improvement Community Center 1035 W. Avenue I Lancaster, CA
Panel discussion with local community activists of Stop Mass Incarceration Network and family members of Leroy Browning, Salena Coleman and Edward Browning about the genocidal implications of mass incarceration and police terror. * $5.00 donation will be appreciated, no one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Thursday, March 31, 11:15am - 12:45pm USC School of Social Work
Montgomery Ross Fisher Building (MRF) MRF - Hamovitch University of Southern California
Los Angeles, California 90089-0411
PROTEST! New Date! Sunday March 13 @ 2pm Inglewood CA We Charge Genocide! Justice for for Kisha Michael and Marquintan Sandlin!
Justice for Kisha Michael and Marquintan Sandlin! Inglewood, CA Civic Center
Kisha Michael's family and friends call for emergency protest Saturday, March 5, at 2pm to stop murder by police and to demand justice for Kisha Michael and Marquintan Sandlin.
Location: 345 W. Manchester Blvd., Inglewood, CA 90301 (Manchester Blvd. and Inglewood Ave.) site of police killing in Inglewood, CA
Day and Time: Saturday, March 5 ~ 2pm
Contact: 323-702-0398, Virginia Sewell ~ Kisha Michael family; 213-949-8083 ~ Keith James (Stop Mass Incarceration Network)