Saturday night. Impromptu march. I got this report in:
“there was a march in memory of treyvon martin of about 40+ people on
friday which started on thayer street and made its way down to as220.
it was pretty darn good for something that got thrown together in 2 hours.
some chants for future marches were:
no justice no peace, treyvon rest in peace!
you killed treyvon, and now it’s on!”
Sunday night at 6 pm. Community Forum on Trayvon Martin Murder. Great, thoughtful and heartfelt discussion, about 50 people for two hours. Photo from my camera phone attached.
Sunday night at 7 pm. March from Central High School to Burnside Park. I got this report in:
“There were about 13 people. I did not have pictures of the march because I was in front of the line, holding the sign. But there was someone there with a camera. I can get a picture for you. “
Tuesday (Tonight) at 8 pm. Providence “Justice for Trayvon” Community Rally & March
“Meet Tuesday March 27th @ 8PM at Father Lennon Park in Providence (60 Camden Avenue in Providence next to Madeline Rogers Rec) to show your commitment to justice in the Trayvon Martin case.
We will meet at the park, and then march through OUR community and end at Kobi Dennis’ ongoing Tuesday night Community Rally to discuss what we as a community need to do to protect OUR youth. It’s On Us… remember that.
Bring signs to express how you feel about the situation. Where a Hoodie if you want to show your solidarity with all the Trayvon’s in our communities that may or may not have made the news headlines. Greeks are encouraged to wear para.
This is a PEACEFUL event. Come with the right attitude, or please don’t come at all.
For more information contact ReBoot401@yahoo.com or (401) 338-7606″
Friday, March 30, 12 pm. Rally on the State House lawn.
“Im gathering people to rally infront of the state house in downtown providence,ri @ 12 noon time till ? Bring signs and if u like wear a hooded sweatshirt.. Its Non violent event”
Friday, March 30th 7:00 p.m. Central High School 70 Fricker St.
“Outraged over the murder of Trayvon Martin? You are not alone! Join us Friday evening at 7:00 for a march in honor of Trayvon Martin. We’ll gather in front of Central High School (Where Westminster, Cranston, and Fricker Sts. meet). After the march, we’ll head over to Libertalia, 280 Broadway, for a film screening and discussion. Wear a hoodie and/or dress in black.”
Wednesday, April 4, 4:00 pm Martin Luther King JR Unity Day at City Hall. Here is a link to the video promotion. www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnZTtYLmFrQ&feature=share Contact Bill Bateman, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Please add information on events I missed in the comments.