WHY WE’RE HERE
WHY WE’RE HERE
Sub: Chris Burgess - A System's Failure
Date: 10/24/2006 10:40:44 AM Pacific Standard Time
The annual Beer and Bread benefit will take place at the
Vets Hall, 1425 J Street in Arcata
Friday March 26
5:30 to 7:30 pm.
If you want to volunteer (help with postering, bread cutting, table arranging, set up, wristbanding and ID checking, security, and clean up), please call Ross at (707) 499-8301.
New Film on Angola 3
Do you know what to do if you’re stopped by the police? Do your children? Are you tired of your rights being violated? This workshop focuses on the law "on the street” — what your rights are and how cops try to trick you out of them. We want to share strategies to ‘survive’ police encounters.
Pam and Ramona Africa will be keynote speakers at the Social Justice Summit at Humboldt State University, beginning at 5pm on Friday, March 5th in the Kate Buchanan Room. [If you're a student, the whole summit is free; if you're not a student, the whole summit is free anyway- at least I've always just gone- no ticket collectors, etc.]
In many instances, the second pre-trial hearing for Johannes Mehserle could be seen as a victorious day for the family and supporters of Oscar Grant, who was fatally shot by Mehserle as he lay unarmed on a platform in Oakland on New Year’s Day 2009.
After weeks of nervous speculation, presiding Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Robert Perry rejected motions put forth by Mehserle’s legal team to reduce his bail amount and remove the Alameda County district attorney from the case.
To Eureka Police Chief Garr Nielsen,
Eureka City Council members,
Eureka Mayor Virginia Bass
Eureka City Attorney Sheryl Schaffner: