Chicago, August 29, 2020: The People’s Town Hall: 46th Ward For CPAC

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The People’s Town Hall: 46th Ward For CPAC

Join us on Saturday evening, August 29th at Wilson & Clarendon and for a People’s Town Hall to uplift voices from our community and around Chicago who have been affected by police violence. James Cappleman has demonstrated a complete disregard for the safety of our neighbors who are targets of police violence and refuses to support CPAC which would put the power in the people’s hands. Join us in sharing our support for CPAC and demanding accountability from our alderman. Chicagoans from all wards are invited to attend and support 46 ward neighbors ❤

Wear a mask, bring a chair for yourself (if you want), and pull up to this family-friendly event.

*Please dm us about any accessibility questions or concerns.*

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HOSTED BY
46th Ward Neighbors Against Police Violence and Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression

ENDORSED BY
Northside Action For Justice

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About 46th Ward Neighbors Against Police Violence

Our goal is to bring together 46th Ward neighbors to push for structural transformation of the criminal justice system. We want CPAC now!!

What is CPAC?

CPAC is a Civilian Police Accountability Council, which would control the police budget, have hiring and firing power, and make sure that police crimes are NOT tolerated and that our community members, particularly our Black and Brown neighbors, are SAFE. To learn more about CPAC go to www.StopPoliceCrimes.com and come to this event!

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