OAKLAND PROTEST - Sat June 27, 2020

Location: 73rd & Foothill

Time: 11:00 am

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Deep East Oakland Rising: Rally for Black Lives

Route Accessibility: 2.7 mi, sidewalks & streets. Masks required.

Location: Lake Merritt Bandstand

Time: 12:00 pm

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Koo Kickback: Call to Action

Location: Lake Merritt, Lakeshore & Boden

Time: 12:00 pm

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Collective Healing Circle

A community led event. A discussion on vulnerability and healing, group prayer, guided meditation, yoga for trauma and emotional release, reiki, sound healing, and acupuncture. Wear a mask and please bring a yoga mat or a towel!

Location: 15th & Harrison

Time: 1:30 pm

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Brown Love Black Pride: Oakland to Stonewall

Brown Love Black Pride is a centering of Queer Trans Black Indigenous People of Color's (QTBIPOC) Love, Resistance, and Solidarity. We aim to uplift and amplify, specifically, the QTBIPOC community and voice against police brutality, white supremacy, capitalism, patriarchy, and transphobia.

We will be practicing safety solidarity & physical distancing with 6ft apart and bring /wear your mask at all times. Volunteer form: https://bit.ly/30O11lZ

Location: Defremery Park, 16th & Adeline

Time: 2:00 pm

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Community Space

This Saturday from 2 to 5pm we are pulling up to create abstract collages with @artbyshido, have professional bomb portraits done by @doreanraye, the jams, a mic to say your piece on, & space to just breathe! It’s been heavy for us, & the Black community as a whole, so this space is for us to connect, create, & chill, on a social distance tip: Keep yourself and the community safe by staying distant, wearing your mask, & using the sanitizer we’ll have on deck!

Location: McClymonds High School, 28th & Filbert

Time: 2:00 pm

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Mamas IV Justice

"When he called out for his Mama he summoned us all." Some of Geore Floyd's last words were calling out to his Mama. As wives of Black men, sisters to Black brothers, and mothers to Black children, we must do our part to fight systemic racism and police terrorism.

Route: McClymonds High School to Defremery Park (16th & Adeline). 4min walk - Speakers to follow.

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