KNOW YOUR RIGHTS: How To Handle Encounters with Police
hosted by Redwood Curtain CopWatch and Del Norte Watch Dogs
Saturday, Nov 27th
1:30pm - 5:30pm
All Ages Welcome
The workshop will be at 1401 Northcrest Drive, Crescent City
The word is that raids will begin on Monday, July 19th. Cops hunt down outside-sleeping people every night, but these raids will be broad-sweeping and perhaps more orchestrated.
These raids will violate the rights of the houseless people. There are no legal, free-of-charge places to sleep in Eureka (or Arcata), so there are no options for almost all people who have no shelter except to sleep where they can find a hidden piece of ground. Then ya gotta be able to protect yourself from the rain, wind, cold, dew.
This is not a new situation. But all too often, people who are housed dismiss the reality of the situation by simply saying, "Well, there are homeless shelters for them to go to." That is completely INACCURATE.
Know and assert your rights!
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?