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Sign the petition: Justice for Kevin Clark!

18-year-old CCSF student who was brutalized by San Francisco police

February 5, 2013

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On Jan. 24 at 24th and Mission Sts., the Mission community witnessed the brutal beating of 18-year-old African American CCSF student Kevin Clark by SFPD officers. Without provocation, Kevin Clark was attacked by cops on motorcycles, and then assaulted by two SFPD officers, one of whom, Nicholas De Leon, can be seen grinding Clark’s face into a sewer grill. Clark was later charged with “resisting arrest,” a common charge when police brutalize someone.

The incident was viodetaped by passersby. It is extremely hard to watch, but we ask that you witness it, sign the petition below and help us get the word out.

A rally and march in support of Kevin Clark and against police brutality will gather this Thursday at 5pm at 24th and Mission Streets -- see below for details.

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Thurs. Feb. 7, 5pm
Rally and March - Stop Racist Police Brutality!
No to Police Violence in the Mission!
Gather 24th St. and Mission; March to 17th and Valencia St., SF
(At 24th St. BART, MUNI #14, 49)

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On Jan. 24 at 24th and Mission Sts., the Mission community witnessed the brutal beating of 18-year-old African American CCSF student Kevin Clark by SFPD officers. The incident was videotaped by passersby.

The gentrification of the Mission District is pushing out the working-class communities of color, and the police are increasing their harassment and brutality against the people. Join us for a rally at 24th & Mission where we will march through the community and have a press conference in front of the 17th and Valencia St. police station to say:

“We will not tolerate violence on our youth and community!”

JOIN COMMUNITY MEMBERS AND ORGANIZATIONS STANDING UP AGAINST RACIST POLICE VIOLENCE!

If you or your organization would like to endorse, please call the ANSWER Coalition at 415-821-6545 or respond to this email.

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