Antelope Valley Ca. No More Stolen Lives Tour Event

Saturday 26th 11AM-1 PM

Self-Improvement Community Center 1035 W. Avenue I  Lancaster, CA

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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. 

The focus of this tour is to take the message Police Terror Must Be STOPPED and our challenge, Which Side Are You On? to college campuses and some communities. Think of the important struggles of the 1960’s and how students taking them up was a key element in how they became part of a wave of massive resistance that rocked the whole system back on its heels. When the students decided they needed to take a stand on these key social issues, it made a huge difference. The same thing needs to happen to STOP police terror. Basically the students and others who are at the tour events need to come away from them feeling challenged to join in acting to stop murder by police.


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Antelope Valley Ca. No More Stolen Lives Tour Event

Saturday 26th 11AM-1 PM

Self-Improvement Community Center 1035 W. Avenue I  Lancaster, CA

Facebook: stop mass incarcerationnetwork antelope valley Twitter: SMIN_AV  FLYER PDF 

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. 

The focus of this tour is to take the message Police Terror Must Be STOPPED and our challenge, Which Side Are You On? to college campuses and some communities. Think of the important struggles of the 1960’s and how students taking them up was a key element in how they became part of a wave of massive resistance that rocked the whole system back on its heels. When the students decided they needed to take a stand on these key social issues, it made a huge difference. The same thing needs to happen to STOP police terror. Basically the students and others who are at the tour events need to come away from them feeling challenged to join in acting to stop murder by police.


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