BLM Sacramento: Everyone Has A #RightToRest DIE-IN & PROTEST

Black Lives Matter Sacramento joins the Occupation for the Right to Rest on Tuesday January 26th for a Die-In & Protest followed by flooding our City Council meeting for public comments.



Police continue to raid and harrass the homeless in Sacramento:

The city of Sacramento has made it a crime to sleep.
So the homeless are being arrested if they close their eyes too long, and that is disgustingly inhumane.


Our city has gentrified the hell out of Oak Park and Midtown, making it hard to live and creating more homelessness in the Sacramento area. This has dramatically effected people of color.

Then once you become homeless, where can you sleep? 
Where can you sit? Is this all for the new arena?

The City of Sacramento, City Council, and Mayor Johson have made it CRIMINAL to be POOR and/or HOMELESS.

There have been activists on the ground for weeks.
One evening 9 homeless activists were attacked by 53 police officers, resulting in excessive force and uneccessary arrests.

This is where are tax dollars are going.

Join Us at City Hall!

January 26, 2016 at 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Sacramento City Hall
915 I St
Sacramento, CA 95814
United States
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Tanya · · 9165810061
Julie Jacobs Yildirim Cynthia Badders Donna Aiello Juan Guzman Wayne K McDunid Elise Perez Richard G. Miller James Thompson Afua Ampoma Sonia Cubas Setrini Laura Rubalcaba Sarah Fomi-Howell George Olivo Linda Ann Morrison Mina Arasteh Wanda Cleveland Karen Baysinger James Lee Clark Suzanne Hastings Chels Wright Zennette James Maile Hampton Anamaria Ragland-Munoz Omar Sahak Jess Feral Antonio Baxter Love Sumaria George Gast

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