Milwaukee, October 22: The Convening, Mass Meeting To Discuss Dontre Hamilton

EVENT: http://tinyurl.com/pm47auo

The Coalition for Justice will be hosting our first Mass Meeting on Wednesday, October 22nd to discuss the Dontre Hamilton case and our commitment toward pursuing justice for our brothers and sisters who have been brutalized by reckless and negligent police officers in our community. We will convene this mass meet at All Peoples Church (2600 N 2nd St, Milwaukee, WI) where we will hear directly from the family and the coalition for justice, our community members who want to share their voices, and the clergy who have come together to support this effort. In an effort to get everyone active and involved in the movement, we will also be forming committee’s that will aide in the strategic planning of our next steps. While there is no obligation to join a committee, we would love to hear your thoughts and advice on what you believe should be the next action and direction of the coalition. We would love to get as many community members in this space as possible so please invite your friends, family, and colleagues. Students and children are also welcomed. The meeting will last approximately and hour and half (6:00-7:30). Please join us, and let your voice be heard. We are going to continue this fight, and we want you to be apart of securing justice in our city! See you Wednesday!
Hundreds rally at Red Arrow Park in Milwaukee August 22, 2014  to demand justice for Michael Brown, Dontre Hamilton & other Victims of police terror. [Photo: WI BOPM]

Hundreds rally at Red Arrow Park in Milwaukee August 22, 2014 to demand justice for Michael Brown, Dontre Hamilton & other Victims of police terror. [Photo: WI BOPM]

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