Posted by copwatch | Fri, 09/20/2013 - 5:00pm story
for Days of Action Against Police Brutality (Oct 22-23)
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Posted by copwatch | Mon, 03/14/2011 - 12:04am story
This evening in a press release from IBEW Local 2304 President Dave Pokilinski, I received word that the 45,000 member Southern Central Federation of Labor, the local chapter of the AFL-CIO for the Madison and Southern Central Wisconsin area, has voted to make preparations for a general strike.
The press release reads as follows:
Posted by copwatch | Mon, 02/28/2011 - 2:30am event
The 2nd International Copwatch Conference will take place in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada on July 22, 23 and 24 of 2011.
Potential Presenters, Participants, and Tablers please read and register HERE.
The conference will include sessions of panel discussions, workshops, and video screenings that focus on particular aspects of policing. Some topics to be included are policing in the context of colonialism; policing and immigration; policing as a gendered and racialized practice; the fluidity of defining crime and criminality; keeping the police accountable; community alternatives to policing and practice of restorative justice models, and a range of other topics.
Posted by copwatch | Sun, 02/27/2011 - 9:02pm story
Please begin or continue to
*organize in the Bay area for the trial,
*send donations so Humboldt residents can attend the trial in Oakland,
*invite CopWatch to do a presentation regarding Martin's death,
*and fight police brutality in your region!
Contact us at (707) 633-4493 or
through email at email@example.com
Posted by copwatch | Sun, 03/13/2011 - 1:20pm event
The federal civil trial regarding the deadly beating by police of Eureka homeless resident, Martin Cotton, was postponed (We learned mid-December) . The new date was set for September 12th.
Now there is more time to organize.
We have been getting together with groups and individuals in the Bay area to spread the word about Martin Cotton and the trial. Also, we've been connecting to strategize and talk about how our communities are struggling against police violence. And how we can strengthen our efforts. So far, while the situations we are dealing with are so intense, our encounters in the Bay area have been enriching experiences!
Martin and his daughter Siehna
Posted by copwatch | Wed, 10/06/2010 - 12:03pm event
Please call for more information if you are interested in coming to the meeting. We need all kinds of help!
The PARC office [Peoples' Action for Rights and Community] is in downtown Eureka. Call us for directions. Redwood Curtain CopWatch (707) 633-4493
For More about Days of Action Against Police Brutality, CLICK HERE