Nat’l Moment of Silence for Victims of Police Terrorism




“Come out on Thursday, August 14, 4 PM PST/7pm EST to join us for a national vigil to commemorate all those who have become victims of police brutality and terrorism in the US. These vigils will happen simultaneously around the country to seer the names of those slain by the state into the national conscience.

These are peaceful gatherings of friends in the same location to pay respects to victims. You’re allowed to gather together in small groups, peacefully… If you encounter police and are asked what you’re doing, inform them that you and your friends are gathering to remember friends of yours that passed away. If they ask you to move along, you can ask why they are requesting it and when it became against the law for friends to gather together in public.”

List of cities and locations can be found here


Nat’l Moment of Silence for Victims of Police Terrorism

6 thoughts on “Nat’l Moment of Silence for Victims of Police Terrorism

  1. 1

    Everyone who is able, please take a strong stand with us tonight. Also, don’t let it end here, we’ve had a long road behind us and we still have a long road ahead of us.

  2. 3

    I can’t do nothin’ nowhere no how. Broke and without transportation and so on and so on. But I’d like to do something.

    I’m an artist (my junk here) and I’m willing to do some pro bono work for Ferguson stuff specifically or just anything Black Skeptics wants to promote. I’ll heck here for responses for a few days to see if anyone’s interested.

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