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Millions March against police brutality
Saturday, December 13 | Manhattan
Buses from Massachusetts to New York will depart from:
March will start at:
Washington Square Park
5 Ave, Waverly Pl., W. 4 St. and Macdougal St.
Join the peaceful protest against police brutality nationwide.
The ACLU of Massachusetts—along with Arise for Social Justice, Jobs with Justice and American Friends Service Committee—is supporting buses to the march. Register to save your seat on one of the buses taking protestors from Massachusetts to New York.
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Boston Coalition for Police Accountability Meeting
Sunday, December 14 | Roxbury
Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center
100 Malcolm X Boulevard
Join the Boston Coalition for Police Accountability for its monthly meeting. The coalition is a group of individuals and organizations working to end racial disparities in law enforcement practices that undermine trust between law enforcement agencies and communities.
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For directions to the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center, visit their website.
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