Jul 07, 2015

NATIONAL MOBILIZATION AGAINST POLICE BRUTALITY AND THE F.O.P. Tickets, PITTSBURGH | Eventbrite

The National Mobilization Against Police Brutality and the Fraternal Order of Police (F.O.P.) August 9, 2015 marks one year since the violently racist and brutal murder of Michael Brown by Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darrin Wilson. It also marks the beginning of a concerted movement by Blacks/New Afrikans, people of color, youth, students, workers, LBGTQ and ALL affected and concerned...

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