Because of a #whitesupremacist culture, George Zimmerman will walk free and one more youth of color’s life will be cut short for nothing. Trayvon Martin will not be forgotten.
We are calling for a One Hundred Hoodie March in Downtown Frederick in remembrance of all victims of injustice, locally, nationally and internationally. Please bring a black hoodie, and come with friends and loved ones to remember people killed or forgotten by the state.
Meet up on the South End Park corner of Catoctin Ave. and Burke St.
Meet up at 8:30pm, leave at 9:15pm.
See you in the streets.
All Saints Episcopal Church
106 West Church St
Frederick, MD 21701
-21+ can drink (BYOB)
-$2-5 suggested donation for the church.
Come celebrate a year of Occupy in Frederick! On the anniversary of Occupy Frederick’s very first action we’re getting together with our friends and comrades to reflect on the ups and downs of the year’s activity, and to discuss the future of radical/progressive organizing in the community.
After the discussion we’ll switch to party mode with a potluck, music, and drinks for those of us of age.
All are welcome; organizers, allies, participants, supporters, and anyone interested in movements for social change/curious about organizing for social justice in Frederick are encouraged to attend (the more the merrier!).
First here is the Facebook Event
Foreclosure Legal Assistance 1-5pm
Panel on Homeless Issues 3-4pm
Take Back the Land Presentation 4-6pm
Occupy Our Homes Frederick, D.C. & Baltimore 6-7pm
Squatting Workshop 7-9pm
Join Occupy Our Homes Frederick and others from the community as we help each other through housing troubles and discuss solutions to land and housing issues.
June 23, 2012
Housing Is A Human Right
All Saints Episcopal Church
106 West Church Street – Frederick, MD
A day of arming yourself with the knowledge you need to secure your housing rights! Legal counseling for those in foreclosure; learn about squatting; the story of Umoja Village and the Take Back the Land Movement; a discussion around homeless issues led by people from the homeless community with local aid organizations.
All occupy frederick’s updates will be coming from the website http://www.occupyg8-2012.org, for more info please go there.
The Foreclosure Defense Work Shop, initially planned for tomorrow at the Hill Cress Community Center is now at the Friends Meeting House–located at 723 N. Market Street. Thank you for the helping making this event happen. Sorry, for the last minute confusion and stress.
Two ways of getting from Hillcrest to Friends House by mass transit
1) Walk to W. Patrick St/Rt 40
Turn right, walk east 1 mi to the corner of Norva Ave; find:
TransIT bus stop, Connector 30 at W. Patrick St/Norva Ave
Schedule: 9:10, 10:10, 11:20, 12:20, 1:20, 2:25, 3:20, 4:20, 5:25, 6:35
2) Walk to the corner of Hillcrest Dr and W. Patrick St/Rt 40
TransIT bus stop, Connector 40 at W. Patrick St/Hillcrest Dr
Schedule: 9:02, 10:05, 11:19, 12:19, 1:19, 2:19, 3:19, 4:19, 5:19, 6:34
Transfer to Connector 30 at MARC Station
Get off Connector 30 at 7th St/Motter Ave
Walk back/east to Market St
Friends House is on your left: 723 N. Market St, Frederick, MD 21701
Fee: $1.10 adult, $0.55 seniors 60+ and disabled, Transfer: FREE, small child: FREE
On second night of Occupy Frederick, the General Assembly decided to call for a Rally to be held. On the one week of our Occupation, please come down, bring signs to the occupation site. All Power to the 99%, All Power to Working People. In honer of Jarrel Gray we have renamed the occupied space, “Jarrel Gray Park.”
Please meet up at Saturday January 28th, 1pm at Carol Creek (Jarrel Gray Park) and Market Street to “Rally for Power to the 99%”