National Forum on Police Crimes: Agenda

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 National Forum on Police Crimes

Agenda May 16 -17, 2014

 

(Agenda as of:  May 11 , 2014)

en español 
Programación para el Foro Nacional de delitos policiales

Location: University of Chicago International House, 1414 E. 59th St.
To register: Online registration
Read the full call at: National Forum on Police Crimes


FRIDAY, MAY 16, 2014

9:00 – Registration

9:30 – Opening Plenary ‘Police as the cutting edge of repression on every social, economic and political issue

10.00 - Panel and discussion  – ‘The Struggle for Police Accountability in Chicago, New York, Austin TX, Los Angeles, the Bay Area’

12.15 – Lunch

1:15- Breakout sessions (full details here) Part 1: Facilitated conversation, breakout participants and workshop presenters

  • The National Movement to Stop Police Crimes Against the Undocumented and other Immigrants
  • The National Movement to Stop Police Crimes Against the Labor Movement and Working People
  • The National Movement to Stop Police Crimes Against the LGBTQ Community
  • The National Movement to Stop Police Crimes Against Peace and Solidarity Movements
  • The National Movement to Stop Police Crimes Against Women
  • The National Movement to End Police Crimes based on Institutionalized Racism
  • Police Crimes in a Prison Nation

3:00 – Break
3:15 – Breakout session Part 2: Working session, making progress together building a stronger movement

  • The National Movement to Stop Police Crimes Against the Undocumented and other Immigrants
  • The National Movement to Stop Police Crimes Against the Labor Movement and Working People
  • The National Movement to Stop Police Crimes Against the LGBTQ Community
  • The National Movement to Stop Police Crimes Against Peace and Solidarity Movements
  • The National Movement to Stop Police Crimes Against Women
  • The National Movement to End Police Crimes based on Institutionalized Racism
  • Police Crimes in a Prison Nation

5.00 – Break
5.30 – EnLy10” (Enlighten) L.Y.R.I.C and the local Chicago youth community presents an interactive know your rights training workshop w/open mic.  Will include: informing the people about their current rights and encouraging local participation in the fight for justice here in Chicago, through education about the Civilian Police Accountability Council (CPAC). All ages welcome! See FB EnLy10 event page

8.00 – Recess

 

SATURDAY, MAY 17, 2014

9:00 Continental breakfast

10:00 – Report-backs from breakouts

11:30 – Perspectives for broad nationally coordinated “United Actions to end police crimes”

1:00 – Closing remarks

1:30 – Adjourn

 

EVENING EVENTS (Location: Trinity United Church of Christ, 400 W 95th St.)

5:00 2014 Human Rights Awards Dinner ($80 – purchase ticket(s) with your Forum registration.)

7:00 Rally with keynote and report on the Forum by Angela Davis - FREE – Join event on Facebook
To register: Online registration
Read the full call at: National Forum on Police Crimes

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