Upcoming Events

Saturday, August 23th // #WeWillNotGoBack March for Justice for Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Ramarley Graham & all victims of police brutality

Over the past several weeks, people across the country have been outraged and hearbroken by the recent deaths of Michael Brown, Ezell Ford, Eric Garner and others who have unjustly lost their lives to police brutality and violence.  These tragic and unnecessary deaths have sparked actions and protests calling for justice and an end to  the excessive use of force on communities of color across the country.

On Saturday, August 23rd, Communities United for Police Reform will join thousands of people from across the region to call for:

  • Justice for Eric Garner, Ramarley Graham & countless others killed and/or brutalized by NYPD officers
  • Zero tolerance for police brutality
  • End to discriminatory "broken windows" policing that targets communities of color and fails to keep New Yorkers safe.

If you want to march with Communities United for Police Reform, meet us at one of the 2 ferry depatures listed below or look for us/our member organizations at the march.  CPR member groups plan to march together.

This march is being organized by the family of Eric Garner with support from the National Action Network, NAACP, 1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East & the United Federation of Teachers. Please visit the National Action Network for full details on the #WeWillNotGoBack March.

#WEWILLNOTGOBACK MARCH SCHEDULE

TRANSPORTATION
Staten Island Ferry
8:30 AM:     Staten Island Ferry Meet-Up to take 9:00 AM ferry
9:30 AM:     Staten Island Ferry Meet-Up to take 10:00 AM ferry

Note: the ferry schedule listed is for CPR members meeting up to board the ferry together.  The meet-up spot is outside of the main entrance to the Staten Island Ferry terminal, under the huge letter 'F' in 'Ferry.' 

Click here for more information about the Staten Island Ferry, which runs every 30 minutes on Saturday.

Justice Caravan
9:00 AM:     Justice Caravan buses will be departing from Brooklyn & New Jersey.  Buses are meeting from other parts of the city and leaving together at 9am from Fort Hamilton Parkway at 100th St. in Brooklyn and Fred Erxleban Recreation Center, 513 Richmond St. in Elizabeth, NJ.

You must register for a seat on a bus and recieve confirmation from march organizers that you have a seat.  Please see the National Action Network for more infomation and to register a seat on a Justice Caravan.

IN STATEN ISLAND
March from Victory Blvd & Bay St, Staten Island
11:00 AM:   March Line Up
12:00 PM:    March Steps off from Victory Blvd & Bay Street, Staten Island

Rally at Richmond Terrace & Hamilton Ave
1:00 PM:      Rally begins
3:00 PM:      Rally concludes

MARCH FLYERS & GRAPHICS