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Sept 29 - Oct 5NATIONAL WEEK OF ACTIONS TO STOP POLICE BRUTALITY!!!

by Youth/Student Network of October 22nd Coaliti Tuesday, Sep. 11, 2001 at 3:48 PM
ysno22@hotmail.com 323 769-6263

PARTICPIPATE IN THE NATIONAL WEEK OF ACTIONS AGAINST POLICE BRUTALITY, REPRESSION AND THE CRIMINALIZATION OF A GENERATION!!!! SEPTEMBER 29th - October 5th.

WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO FOR THE NATIONAL WEEK OF ACTIONS AGAINST POLICE BRUTALITY, REPRESSION AND THE CRIMINALIZATION OF A GENERATION?

September 29th - October 5th!!!

Youth and students from Cal State Long Beach, Cleaveland High School, Rio Hondo Junior College, Santa Barbara Community College, San Bernadino Valley College, UCLA, Cal State Dominguez Hills, Mira Costa High School and many others are PLANNING ACTIONS FOR THE NATIONAL WEEK OF ACTIONS. PLANS SO FAR:

CLOTHESLINE PROJECT: Students will display a clothesline with t-shirts with the names of people killed by cops.

CHALK ART: Chalk will be handed out to students on campuses during lunch to write on the ground what they think about the CRIMINALIZATION OF THEIR GENERATION, stories of people killed by cops or general statements, feelings, etc.

CLASSROOM PRESENTATIONS: Students are contacting cool teachers and student groups to INVITE the October 22nd Coalition Youth/Student Network to come and do a school presentation. WE CAN SHOW VIDEO FOOTAGE OF LAST YEARS O22 MARCH, POLICE ATTACK AND THE HEROIC RESISTANCE OF THE YOUTH, FAMILIES OF VICTIMS OF POLICE MURDER AND MANY OTHERS.

TABLING: Students are planning to set up tables on campus to pass out fliers stickers, buttons and arm bands.

POSTERING: Crews of youth are planning on putting up October 22nd Posters that say STOP POLICE BRUTALITY, REPRESSION & THE CRIMINALIZATION OF A GENERATION around town and at school. SATURATE THE CITY IN POSTERS!!! MAKE YOUR OWN!!!

GUERILLA THEATER: People are planning on doing skits in front of students on the quad or during the lunch period to reinact police killings.

ARM BANDS: Students and youth are making arm bands using stencils cut out from card board. They will paing the over the stencils on pieces of cloth and hand them out to other students to wear on campus. Ideas for slogans include: STOP POLICE BRUTALITY!, FIGHT BACK! WEAR BLACK!, ALTO A LA BRUTALIDAD POLICIAL!, FREE MUMIA! ETC.

PASS OUT OCTOBER OCT 22nd Leaflets: Go to shows, concerts, spoken word, movies, parties, malls, supermarkets, marches to pass out flyers.

TEACH OUTS: Some students are planning Teach-outs for October 22nd on their campuses. Walk out onto the school convergence area and hold a speak out about experiences with police harrassment, brutality and murder. Strategize for getting the word out in a BIG WAY!!!!

SCHOOL PAPERS: Put an announcement for the October 22nd March Against Police brutality in your school paper. INFO: October 22nd March is Monday, October 22nd. Meet at 2pm Olympic & Broadway --Downtown LA.

Go to www.october22.org or call 323 769-6263 for more information.

GO TO THE S29 Stop the FTAA Demonstration in LA and Join the Youth Are the Future! We Demand A Better World Contingent!!!!

You can use any of these ideas of get together with your friends and make up your own action. LET US KNOW ASAP WHAT YOU ARE PLANNING!!!!

******************************************************

Be out there on October 22nd fighting for a future where it is no longer acceptable for police to brutalize and murder people for being in the wrong neighborhood, speaking the wrong language or being the wrong color. Where people aren't blown away for pulling out their wallet or a cell phone. Where youth have

decent education and meaningful work, not years in prison. Where people can protest without being spied on, shut down and beaten by police. We must stand together and say in a loud, powerful voice:

STOP POLICE BRUTALITY, REPRESSION and the

CRIMINALIZATION of a GENERATION!

OCTOBER 22nd--NO MORE STOLEN LIVES!

WEAR BLACK! FIGHT BACK!

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