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September 24, 2013

2013.09.24: 9/27-9/28: CopWatch Conference 2013 in the Bronx

Filed under: Civil Rights,Criminal Justice,Police Abuse,Racism,Uncategorized — nyclaw01 @ 10:54 am

From: Letwin, Michael
Date: Tue, Sep 24, 2013 at 10:54 AM
Subject: 9/27-9/28: CopWatch Conference 2013 in the Bronx
To: 1199 Members

cw_conference_2013_flyerThis September 27-28, Cop Watchers and police accountability organizers from across the country will converge to share skills, practices, resources, and ideas. Over the course of two days of skills-building workshops, panels, performances and collective visioning, we will envision and develop a Cop Watch community that is stronger, more unified and better prepared to affect real change for & with our communities. 

This Conference is specifically aimed at bringing together groups and individuals from WITHIN communities highly targeted by police abuse & violence, in order for our own communities to be empowered & organized to change the way our peoples are policed ourselves.

September 27-28, 2013

– Friday 9/27: 7-10pm – Saturday 9/28: 9am-6pm

@ The Point, 940 Garrison Ave
Hunts Point, in the South Bronx NYC
*6 train to Hunts Point

To Register for the Conference:

*Deadline to apply for travel stipends has now passed, but general registration is still open!*

*$25 Registration Fee (*Nobody turned away, waiver available)

**Travel scholarships, housing support & registration fee waivers available to those in need!

For more info:
Call: (212) 614-5343


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