NO to solitary confinement
NO to youth detention
NO to jailing mentally-ill people
NO to collaboration with ICE
NO to early lockdown
NO to officer abuse
NO to medical neglect
WE NEED YOU THIS WEEK – COME OUT AND #RESISTRIKERS
Banner-Making Party WEDNESDAY 7pm-10pm
at Project Reach, 39 Eldridge St, 4th Floor (between Hester St & Canal St) Manhattan
We will have ample supplies to make banners and signs for Saturday’s action – bring your talents, friends and any extra art stuff!
Day of Mass Outreach FRIDAY 8am-12pm
at Queens Plaza and on the Q100 Rikers Express Bus (meet at Jackson Av & 42 Rd)
Flyer with us along the Q100 and engage people going to visit loved ones at Rikers.
#ResistRikers Rally Against Solitary Confinement and Youth Detention SATURDAY 3pm-5pm
Meet in front of the Rikers Sign, 19th Av & Hazen St, Queens
Mass rally at the gates of Rikers Island until the walls shake! Family and friends of incarcerated people speak out with demands.
Since our last rally, 3 top officials at Rikers have been forced to resign
. And in this time we have been in the streets flyering and talking to people about the ways that mass incarceration affects our lives and harms our communities. We had over fifty people at our last rally, and we all pledged to bring at least three friends out to the next action.
This rally we will be hundreds and our next we will be thousands – we need you in this movement to continue the Ferguson October and resist mass incarceration.