Upcoming Events

Beyond Knowing Your Rights - CPR MEMBER EVENT
Friday, January 30, 2015, 6pm

Latino Pastoral Action Center, 14 West 170Th Street, New York, NY

There are legal processes in place that are suppose to hold NYPD officers accountable. Do you know what they are? Do you know how they work? and what do we do when they fail us? Because they have historically failed us. The families whose loved ones were killed by NYPD are holding this event to educate & organize New Yorkers. Come learn & ask your questions to a panel of legal experts. Education is one of the foundations of an organized movement for change. This event is co-organized by Parents Against Police Britality (PAPB), Justice Committee, and the Universal Zulu Nation. For more info, email info [at] justicecommittee.org.

3rd Annual Memorial for Ramarley Graham CPR MEMBER EVENT
Monday. February 2, 2015, 3-7pm
Crawford Memorial United Methodist Church, 3751 White Plains Rd., Bronx
(#2 train to 219th St.)

A message Constance Malcolm, mother of Ramarley Graham: Please join us as we remember our son's life and reaffirm are commitment to fight until justice is won for our son and all innocent people that have been unjustly killed by police.  February 2nd will mark 3 years since NYPD officers followed Ramarley into his home, without a warrant, and fatally shot him in front of his grandmother & six-year old brother. This event is being organized with support from the Justice Committee and will include performances by Rebel Diaz, Majesty, Peace Poets and more. For more info, email info [at] justicecommittee.org.

Policing in NYC & BeyondCPR MEMBER EVENT
Wednesday, February 4, 2015, 6:00 PM
Von Bar, 3 Bleecker St., near Bowery

Join the Center for Constitutional Rights for their First Wednesdays at Von for a discussion on policing & the #BlackLivesMatter movement.  CCR will talk about what’s happening in New York with their  stop-and-frisk lawsuit, the significance of  the recent NYPD Inspector General report on the NYPD use of chokeholds, the local and national movements, and CCR’s role in them.

RSVP: Not required, but recommended. Register here.

Open-Mic/SpeakOut to remember Ramarley Graham - CPR MEMBER EVENT
Thursday, February 5, 2015, 4:30-6:30pm
301 Grove Street, Brooklyn, NY

On February 5th, 2015 – The Youth Power Project at Make the Road New York is holding an Open-Mic / Speak-Out to remember Ramarley and all others that we have lost to the hands of police violence. Contact Adilka Pimentel for more info: adilka.pimentel [at] maketheroadny.org.