United Wards for CPAC March/Rally

August 9, 2020 - 2 PM

Chicago, IL

Supporting Organizations: 32nd Ward United, 48th Ward Neighbors for Justice, End Northside Racism, 2nd Ward Neighbors for CPAC, Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression

Visit Organizers' Event Webpage for Most Up-To-Date Info

-West: Wrightwood Park (2534 N Greenview)
-East: Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum (2430 N Cannon Dr)

What is CPAC? CPAC, or the Civilian Police Accountability Council, is the only existing ordinance in city council that will grant full community control over the Chicago Police Department. The democratically-elected council will hold powers such as: hiring/firing the police superintendent, setting CPD policy, setting CPD budget, hiring the head of COPA (the office that currently handles police misconduct suits), monitoring COPA investigations, and more! CPAC will allow neighborhoods to decide what policing looks like for them and actually has powers, not just the ability to make recommendations that go unheard.
Learn more about CPAC at stoppolicecrimes.com

Contact your alderman and tell them to support CPAC! If your alderman already supports CPAC, tell them to stick to ONLY CPAC.
Find your alderman and ward here: here: https://www.chicago.gov/city/en/depts/mayor/provdrs/your_ward_and_alderman/svcs/find_my_alderman.html