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May 2, 2016

May 2, 2016: ACLA Protest for Akai Gurley

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NYC public defenders and other unionized Legal Aid Society attorneys and support staff march and rally to demand justice for Akai Gurley, and to end the criminalization of Black and Brown people, from Legal Aid Society office at 111 Livingston Street, Brooklyn, to Kings County District Attorney’s office. Called by the Attorneys of Color of Legal Aid (ACLA) caucus of the Association of Legal Aid Attorneys/UAW 2325.

*Black Lives Matter, Justice for Akai!
*No Justice, No Peace, No Racist Police!
*End Broken Windows, Fire Bratton now!
*Hands Up, Don’t Shoot!
*Akai Gurley, Michael Brown, shut it down, shut it down!
*Whose Streets? Our Streets!
*What Do We Want? Justice!
*Who’s the real criminal? NYPD!
*How do you spell racist? N-Y- P-D!

Statement from the Attorneys of Color Caucus of the Association of Legal Aid Attorneys:

Attorneys from Legal Aid: A YEAR IN JAIL FOR $2.75 and No Jail time for a murderer? #JusticeForAkaiGurley

#BlackLivesMatter #AkaiGurley Attorneys of Color Caucus – ACLA

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