Bulletin Board Archive

Topic: 10-22-05 The Guild

  1. Oct 17, 2005 11:22am by spits_at_mirrors Location: Kansas Shitty, MO
    Who: Police Accountability Alliance What: STOP THE ABUSE Rally & Speak-Out When: Saturday, October 22 (National Day of Protest Against Police Brutality), 2-5pm Where: Ilus-Davis Park, 9th & Locust, KCMO (This is a permitted event!) Know Your Rights! *Speakers * Hip Hop * Kids Activities * Spoken Word * Information * Free Food and Ice Cream from the Tactical Ice Cream Unit * Rain or Shine!* Want to help? Want to table? Want to speak? Contact us: [email protected] 816-737-9925 Line-up for the event: 2:00 Laura Partridge- speaker 2:15 Badru Akeem- speaker on KCPD incident and hip hop 3:00 MO State Representative Michael Brown- speaker 3:20 Know Your Rights Workshop 4:00 The Guild- hip hop 4:30 Tiers- poetry Sahj*kaya- poetry OPEN MIC & SPEAK-OUT This will also serve as a fundraiser for Badru. If you can't attend, but would like to donate go to [url]https://www.paypal.com/[/url] and donate to this email: [email protected] or call Nikki @ 816.682.4684
  2. Oct 20, 2005 11:10pm by spits_at_mirrors Location: Kansas Shitty, MO
    Rally and Speak Out - Oct. 22 On Saturday, October 22, the National Day Against Police Brutality, the Police Accountability Alliance is hosting a festival from 2-5pm in Ilus W. Davis park at 9th and Locust. The event will include guest speakers, an open mic, musical performances, workshops, free food and ice cream, information on community organizations, children's activities, and the presence of the Tactical Ice Cream Unit. Speakers will include MO state Rep. Michael Brown, and the National Lawyer's Guild and ACLU 2 will facilitate know-your-rights workshops. Performers include: The Guild and Badru Akeem. We invite the entire community to join us downtown in a fun, positive environment to celebrate our Kansas City community and to speak out against police abuse of power. The Police Accountability Alliance is an organization committed to educating the community about police abuse of power and helping to organize civilian alternatives to total dependence on police for a safe and healthy community. The PAA strives to establish a Citizen Review Board composed of civilians that will review complaints of negligent police activities and make recommendations to City Hall based on those. The PAA is also concerned with creating awareness of police brutality and helping neighborhoods organize Copwatch. In order to reduce the need for law enforcement in our communities the PAA believes in organizing a healthier community where people have good relationships with each other and can mediate the majority of their problems without the assistance of a police force. For more information contact: Police Accountability Alliance PO BOX 18290 Kansas City, MO 64133 policeaccountabilitykc (at) gmail.com (816) 737-9925