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From Stop Mass Incarceration Network (SMIN)

Stop Mass Incarceration will be holding two protests responding to the release of the video of Laquan McDonald murder by Chicago Cop, Jason Van Dyke

November 25 at 4 pm at State and Jackson  

November 27 at 11 a.m. at the water tower at Michigan & Pearson

The Stop Mass Incarceration Network Chicago has called for protests November 25, at 4 pm at State and Jackson, and on November 27 Black Friday at the water tower on Michigan at Pearson to Stop Business as Usual.  The protest will demand “Justice for Laquan McDonald” and “Now that Van Dyke is indicted, convict him and send him to jail,” and “Police Murder Must Stop!”

People must come out into the streets on Nov 25 and Nov 27 to let the powers-that-be know in no uncertain terms that this officially sanctioned murder – which they tried to cover up for over 13 months – is unacceptable and illegitimate.

 Stop Mass Incarceration Network – Chicago

The Stop Mass Incarceration Network is a project of the Alliance for Global Justice, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. For more info, see stopmassincarceration.net
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