March against police brutality:
Stop the wars at home and abroad!


Monday, November 3
12:00 pm
Meet at City Hall (233 E. Washington St.)

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Syracuse--like so many cities across the US--has a problem with police brutality, a problem that continues to worsen as the gap between the rich and the poor grows. Unfortunately, both the police department and the mayor's office deny this. Yet our daily experiences testify to the persistence of the abuse of authority and power at the hands of local police. Meanwhile, as we suffer from brutality at home, our brothers and sisters across the globe, particularly in the Middle East, are suffering even greater brutality at the hands of our government.

The police refuse to acknowledge the problem, and they cannot be trusted to police themselves. What we need is an organized movement that can truly hold the police accountable, one that is dedicated to ending oppression at home and abroad. Join us!

Organized by: Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Syracuse Answer Coalition

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