PARC

[Past Event] Saturday, June 14th 2014: KNOW YOUR RIGHTS Workshop

This workshop focuses on what to do when you are pulled over "on the street", in a vehicle...anywhere you encounter some type of police.  We will talk about what your rights are, how cops try to trick you out of them, and practical ways to assert your rights.   Empowering education on how to survive police encounters.

Saturday, Feb 1st: KNOW YOUR RIGHTS Workshop

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.

FILM SCREENING Friday (Oct. 15th) As We Near the Days of Action Against Police Brutality


 

Please join Redwood Curtain CopWatch for a free double-feature film screening of "Safety Orange", an insightful film which "looks deep into the culture of the American criminal [in]jusice system,"  and "Operation Small Axe," a recent documentary centered around the police assassination of Oscar Grant in Oakland, and the people's movement against police terrorism that has strengthened since then.


WHERE? at Peoples' Action for Rights and Community [PARC] in Eureka

WHEN? Friday, October 15th, 7pm


Snacks and good discussion also!

PARC is located in the Q Street Alley between 3rd and 2nd Street, toward the Samoa bridge.

Know Your Rights training, Sept. 25th, Eureka

 

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS TRAINING:
HOW TO HANDLE ENCOUNTERS WITH COPS

Saturday Sept. 25th 1:30pm - 5:30pm

 

hosted by Redwood Curtain CopWatch

at PARC [Peoples' Action For Rights and Community]

EUREKA
Q St. Alley between 3rd and 2nd St.

ALL AGES
FREE
SNACKS

 

Call (707) 633-4493 for more info.

Know Your Rights Workshop THIS SATURDAY (June 26)!

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS: 
How To Handle Encounters with Police

hosted by Redwood Curtain CopWatch

Saturday, June 26th
1:30pm - 5:30pm

FREE
All Ages Welcome
Snacks, Coffee, Juice

The workshop will be at PARC, Peoples' Action for Rights and Community, in Eureka.  DIRECTIONS BELOW

Great Film Centered around Mumia Abu-Jamal- FRIDAY, July 3rd, Eureka

 

Come see this film at PARC's new location!

 

"In Prison My Whole Life"  is a well done documentary inspired by a man who was born on the day that Mumia Abu-Jamal was arrested.  Mumia has been a political prisoner, on death row, for over 27 years, now.

The filmmaker does a great job talking with people about (researching) racial injustice and the Prison Industrial Complex and giving a thorough run down of the frame-up that has had Mumia on death row since 1981.

 
Mumia is facing execution and we can't let it happen!!

 

Tues night Film Screening: Sir! No Sir!

Redwood Curtain CopWatch is hosting film screenings at PARC, Peoples' Action for Rights and Community.  The first is  "Sir!No Sir"

Tuesday, March 24th
6:00pm

PARC is in Old Town Eureka
2nd St, between "D" & "E" in wooden complex, 2nd floor
(has elevator)

ALL AGES WELCOME.  Snacks will be shared.  And discussion too!

 

Know Your Rights & CopWatch Workshop, August 22nd

Know and assert your rights!

Workshop
When: August 22, 2009 1:00pm
Where: Peoples' Action for Rights and Community

Do you know what to do when approached by police? On the street? In your car or home? Do you know what to do when encountered by other government
agents? Do your children know?

We're Still Here, We Never Left, April 3rd film screening

"Todavia Estamos Aqui, Nunca Nos Fuimos"

("We're Still Here, We Never Left")

This film details the police riot in MacArthur Park, Los Angeles on May 1st, 2007- which led to the founding of the Revolutionary Autonomous Communitues (RAC).  RAC's Food Program and events bring communities together in resistance to police brutality and for liberation!

 

Join Redwood Curtain CopWatch on Friday, April 3rd for this film.

Food and discussion too!

Evening starts at 7:00pm

Know Your Rights & CopWatch Workshop, March 20

How To Handle Encounters With 'Law Enforcement'

Friday, March 20th, 1:00pm-5:00pm

at the PARC, Peoples' Action for Rights and Community

Old Town Eureka, 320 2nd Street, between D and E, upstairs in brown wooden complex

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