Rally to Reform the Newark Police

November 7, 2014
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The ACLU of New Jersey and Newark Communities for Accountable Policing, a movement of Newark community members dedicated to building an accountable and respectful Newark Police Department, invites you to a rally on the steps of Newark City Hall for police reform.

November 12
5:30 p.m.
Newark City Hall

With the Department of Justice and Newark soon to agree on a series of reforms years in the making, the people of Newark can have a voice in creating a police department that keeps us safe and respects our rights.

Show Newark Mayor Ras Baraka that the people stand with him in changing the Newark Police Department.

Community members impacted by police misconduct, poets, and activists from Newark - including the ACLU-NJ’s Rashawn Davis, People’s Organization for Progress’s Larry Hamm, 1199SEIU’s Milly Silva, the NAACP’s John Smith, and the Newark LGBTQ Community Center’s Alicia Heath-Toby, among others, will speak out about police misconduct in Newark and the need for reform.

Category: Police Practices

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