Tulsa Peace Fellowship

There never was a good war or a bad peace. ~Ben Franklin

May 13 Rally against Police Brutality, Racial Profiling, Over-Policing

Public event hosted by The United League for Social Action - TULSA

Tomorrow, Wednesday 13 May 2015
at 12:00pm - 1:00pm

Location: Civic Center Plaza, 500 S. Denver Ave., downtown Tulsa, OK
Weather forecast for tomorrow · 66°F / 60°F Rain

Join us on Wednesday, May 13th at noon at the Civic Center Plaza, as the TULSA coalition releases our calls to action for accountability and transparency in law enforcement.

League of Women Voters of Tulsa will register voters. We The People Oklahoma will collect signatures from registered Tulsa County voters for their petition calling for a grand jury investigation of the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office.

ASL interpretation will be provided.

Street and garage parking will be available near the plaza and carpooling is encouraged. A shuttle option will also be available from Church of the Restoration at 1314 N. Greenwood. Vans will begin picking up individuals from the church at 10am. Final pick-up will be at 11:30am.

#WeAreTULSA #TULSAspeaks

event notice on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1436726773309984/

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