ALL OUT – Jason Van Dyke Trial

September 20, 2018 - 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

2650 S California Ave, Chicago, IL 60608-5101, United States

Supporting Organizations: Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression

Contact Info: (312) 939 -2750

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NOTE: This is an ongoing, daily protest. Check the organizer’s link for more details/information.

Join CAARPR and other groups as we rally and build community outside of the court room during the Van Dyke trial.

We demand:
-Justice for Laquan McDonald
-A conviction of Jason Van Dyke for First Degree Murder
-Jason Van Dyke’s bail is revoked for violating the court ordered ban on speaking to the media
-The McDonald family have front row seating in the court room to watch their loved one win justice
-An overflow room for the public to watch the trial
-An all-elected Civilian Police Accountability Council

For more information, call (312) 939 -2750

Day of Action for Puerto Rico: Rally Against Austerity!

September 20, 2018 - 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Federal Center and Plaza, 219 S Dearborn St, Chicago, Illinois 60603

Supporting Organizations: Chicago Boricua Resistance

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After hurricane María devastated Puerto Rico the neglect of the US and Puerto Rico’s governments has left the Island in a dire state, with a confirmed death toll of over 2,965 people on top of a $73 billion debt. The Fiscal Control Board and the government have been playing with the livelihood of the most vulnerable Puerto Ricans by closing schools and basic services. This is outrageous. From Puerto Rico to New York, Boston, Phoenix, Orlando and Chicago, people are standing up for the dignity of Puerto Ricans.

Join us for this national day of action on the anniversary of the hurricane to demonstrate our indignation on the Federal Plaza on 230 S. Dearborn St. on September 20th at 5:00 PM. We will rally and march to call out these abuses and say #DecolonizePR#YoNoComoAusteridad#ConstruyamosOtraVida#LaQuieroPublica#SeAcabaronLasPromesas

Thanks to our solidarity Endorsers:
Anakbayan N Chi
Arab American Action Network (AAAN)
Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression
Gay Liberation Network
La Voz de los de Abajo
Lifted Voices
TAKE ON HATE
Teachers for Social Justice
US Palestinian Community Network – Chicago

SayHerName: A march to end the violence against trans women

September 21, 2018 - 6 PM - 8 PM

Wabash and Wacker near the Trump Towers

Supporting Organizations: Trans Liberation Collective

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A 24-year-old transgender woman was found dead August 30, 2018, in an alleyway on Chicago’s South Side. The victim, who has now been identified as Dejanay Stanton was a Black trans woman.

Stanton marks the 17th trans person murdered in the United States this year so far—a majority of whom have been Black. The ongoing violence that Trans individuals experience on a daily basis needs to be properly addressed by the community!! In a span of 10 days 3 Trans women have been killed — how can we work as a community to put an end to the violence?

Join us Friday September 21, 2018 on Wabash and Wacker near the Trump Towers at 6pm as we host a rally to commemorate the loss of our Trans siblings. Afterwards we will be marching to the Daily Plaza to host a candlelight vigil.

Freeing the Captives: Demanding an End to Money Bail!

September 25, 2018 - 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Cook County Criminal Courthouse 2650 S. California Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60608

Supporting Organizations: Reclaim Chicago, The People's Lobby, A Just Harvest, Southsiders Organized for Unity and Liberation

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Join us as we demand an end to money bail and continue the fight for mass liberation!

Take action to transform the racist criminal justice system from one based on over-policing and mass incarceration to one based on restorative justice and reinvestment in communities of color!

Call on the judges at Cook County Central Bond Court to stop locking people up for being Black and poor!

Take money out of the criminal justice system and put it into jobs, schools, and public services in communities of color!