Students Against Police Brutality Protest (Sds)

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Students For a Democratic Society at UH says
The police in the United States continue to kill Black people each day and get away with it. Every week, there is another killing, and each time the police walk away without being indicted. From Alton Sterling to Philando Castile, from Sandra Bland to Alva Braziel, the police are murdering African-Americans in every city in this country. Students for a Democratic Society demands an end to the killings, and justice for all victims of police brutality. We want to see all these racist killer cops be indicted for their crimes, and we demand community control of the police.

SDS will be holding a protest at the University of Houston. We will begin with a rally and speeches in front of the MD Anderson Library at UH, followed by a march through the campus. We will let everyone know that Black Lives Matter, and that we are sick and tired of killings of Black people by the police. After marching, we will have a speak out, where you can voice your feelings and thoughts. We hope you will join us and let your voice be heard.

Justice for Sandra Bland, Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, and all Victims of Police Brutality!

Prosecute the Police!

Black Lives Matter!
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By: Students For a Democratic Society at UH

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