Join CCR for a historic march against stop and frisk abuses on June 17th

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Date: June 17, 2012

Location:

Assembly Area 1
110th street between Lenox and Fifth Avenue (look for the CCR sign or banner)
New York, NY, 10026

Please join the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) for a historic march against stop and frisk abuses and on Father's Day, Sunday, June 17.

CCR has been active in an unprecedented campaign working to challenge discriminatory policing, Communities United for Police Reform. Together, we’re marching on Sunday, June 17th in a historic march to end stop and frisk abuses and racial profiling. This may be the largest march we have ever seen calling for accountability of the NYPD in the last ten years.

Join CCR’s contingent on Sunday, June 17th. We’ll be meeting at 2:30 pm at 110th street between Fifth and Lenox, and joining other groups for a march starting at 3:00 pm down Fifth Avenue, past Mayor Bloomberg’s house.


What:   Historic silent march against stop and frisk abuses
When:  Sunday, June 17th, 2:30 pm

Where:  2:30 pm Assembly at 110th street, between Lenox and Fifth Avenue (This is Assembly Area #1, it is suggested that one enters the assembly area from the west or the north, NOT from the east. Look for CCR’s sign or banner). Assembly is  followed by a 3:00 pm march down Fifth Avenue, passing the Mayor’s mansion on 79th street.

Please let us know if you’re planning to attend: Email us at: events@ccrjustice.org

Note:
•    We’re asking CCR staff, volunteers and supporters to wear black tee shirts or tops;
•    Wear comfortable walking shoes;
•    Look for the CCR banner / sign when you join us at the 2:30 pm Assembly; and
•    Don’t forget water, sunscreen and your sunglasses!