2 Mini-zines for MLK Weekend

Two mini-zines made by White Noise and friends for a Black Lives Matter march and the Reclaiming Dr. King’s Radical Legacy march last year are available to download and print – a small way to contribute to the waves of organized actions this weekend.

Please take and share these tiny folded pieces packed with quotes and food for thought for white allies:

Reclaiming King's Legacy

This weekend will be the 2nd annual Reclaim MLK’s Radical Legacy – 96 hours of disrupting the status quo and building resilient and resistant communities. It’s been called for by the Anti-Police Terror Project and supported by a coalition of other organizations.
Many of you may be interested in finding ways to plug into some of the actions and events happening this weekend, so we thought it might be useful to compile as many of the public events together as we could.
Black Lives Matter
APTP’s MLK weekend complete and evolving action calendar.
Follow the @baysolidarity or @APTPaction twitter accounts throughout the weekend (or the ‎#ReclaimMLK‬ and #96Hours hashtags) if you want to support spreading the message through social media.

Friday, January 15th at 4 pm – #CanYouSeeMe? Interfaith Procession of Remembrance for Black Lives https://www.facebook.com/events/738319126299522/

SURJ Bay Area is planning an action at Libby Schaaf’s house at 9am on Saturday. You can see more info about it on the Facebook page.
No tasers for SFPD moderated panel 10am-1pm at San Francisco Public Library
COMMUNITY DEMOCRACY PROJECT’s Street Convos for Racial Justice in Oakland from 11 am – 2 pm. Meet at Lake Merritt BART at 11 am. Reach out and talk to people about racial justice, MLK, policing, and the city budget.
A “Play in” for children and families organized by “Children’s Power” affinity group. Kid planned and oriented action. Bring Bikes and Scooters. In support of #Black Lives Matter on Saturday 1-3pm – https://m.facebook.com/events/442678259262489
Visions for Racial Justice in Oakland: A Community Conversation at the Omni Oakland Commons (4799 Shattuck) 6:30 pm
A Teach-in “Reconstructing History, Desconstructing Power” for children and families on Monday before the big march from 9am-11amhttps://www.facebook.com/events/651752724966338/
Planting Justice Vigil for Economic Justice & Empowerment 9:30am – 12:30pm – Meet at Community Check Cashing at Fruitvale Bart (3412 East 12th Street) We will read excerpts of Dr. King’s speeches around poverty eradication, enjoy a brief meditation and hear from members of the community around their journey to regaining control of their finances and economic resources. http://www.facebook.com/events/1678077069118027/
Monday’s march is a culmination of the weekend starting at 11am from Oscar Grant Plaza in Downtown Oakland to Bay Street Mall in Emeryville – https://www.facebook.com/events/1541563859495909/



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