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Thu Feb 26 2009Dozens March in Santa Rosa to Ban Tasers
Thu Feb 26 2009New Campaign Launched to Ban Taser Use in Sonoma County
On February 13th, about 75 people gathered in Santa Rosa's Courthouse Square to demand that the Sonoma County Sheriff's Department end their use of Tasers, a deadly device which has led to five deaths of unarmed civilians in our community over the last two years. The October 22nd Coalition Against Police Brutality organized the protest as part of a new campaign demanding the end of Taser use in Sonoma County.
After a brief rally, people took over both lanes of Mendocino Avenue during rush hour. Marchers ranged from high school students to grandmothers of the local victims of police brutality. A marching band followed the protest, lifting the spirits of the participants and helping everybody to brave the freezing, wet weather. Many people joined the march as it went along. One student from the local junior college remarked, "I was pissed off because i had to sit in traffic behind the march, then i heard what you were chanting and i was like 'fuck yeah,' so i parked my car and joined the march!" Read more
See also: Gathering of Community Organizations and Activists on March 1st || Richard Lua Tasered to Death by San Jose Police
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Sonoma County Rent Crisis and the Effect on Millennials Monday May 8th 4:30 PM
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Wells Fargo Teller/Whistleblower Guitron On Crimes, Bullying, Racism & OSHA Cover-up Saturday May 6th 3:49 PM
On the Housing Crisis in Sonoma County Saturday May 6th 2:33 PM
DACA Recipients Worried For Their Future Wednesday May 3rd 5:04 PMMore Local News...
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Turtle Island Statement on OMB Director Candidate Mick Mulvaney Friday Jan 20th 9:10 AM
Turtle Island Statement on EPA Administrator Candidate Scott Pruitt Friday Jan 13th 2:19 PM
Thousand of Activists Call for Protection of Silky Sharks at U.N. Wildlife Conference Wednesday Sep 21st 11:17 AM
Silky Sharks Singled Out as Species to Protect at International Conservation Meeting in Ha Thursday Sep 8th 9:13 AM
New Study Links Eating Shark Fins & Meat to Alzheimer’s Disease Thursday Sep 1st 8:45 AM
Senator Ben Allen Nominated for Presidential Champions of Change Award Thursday Sep 1st 8:33 AMMore Global News...
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Amnesty and Citizenship for Undocumented, No Exceptions Thursday May 11th 7:53 PM
Uber Self-Driving Car Wednesday Dec 14th 3:58 PM
Through my eyes Wednesday Dec 14th 12:13 PM
Women's Safety on Sonoma State University's campus Tuesday Nov 29th 7:55 PM
Women's safety on college campus (Sonoma State University and Santa Rosa Junior college) Tuesday Nov 29th 6:59 PM
The Effects of Officer Involved Shootings On Police Officers Tuesday Nov 29th 10:35 AMOpen Newswire...
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