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#NMOS Events TONIGHT:The Nation Rallies Against Police Brutality

NMOS national moment of silence 2014 Events
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People across the country will gather tonight to honor the lives of Mike Brown, John Crawford, Eric Garner and countless other victims of senseless police brutality and to stand against the violent, abusive practices of law enforcement officers who fail to serve and protect Black people.  If you know of a gathering that is not listed below, let us know in the comments section.

 

Arkansas

●      Little Rock – Arkansas State Capitol – 6 pm

California

●      La Jolla – Che Cafe Collective- 4 pm

●      Los Angeles – Leimart Plaza Park – 4 pm

●      Oakland – Frank Ogawa Plaza – 4 pm

●      San Diego – 3791 Fairmount Ave – 4 pm

●      San Francisco – Civic Center Plaza – 4 pm

●      Santa Rosa – Old Courthouse Square – 5 pm

 

Colorado

●      Denver – Civic Center Park – 5 pm

 

Connecticut

●      New Haven – City Hall – 6 pm

 

District of Columbia

●      Washington, DC – Malcolm X Park – 7 pm

 

Florida

●      Gainsville – Gainsville Police Department – 6:45 pm

●      Miami – Gwen Cherry Park – 7 pm

●      Orlando – Lake Eola Park – 7 pm

●      Tampa – Behind the USF Marshall Student Center – 7 pm

●      West Palm Beach – West Palm Beach Library – 4 pm

 

Georgia

●      Atlanta/Decatur – Old Decatur Courthouse – 7 pm

●      Valdosta – Drexel Park – 7 pm

 

Hawaii

●      Honolulu – Ala Moana Beach Park – 1 pm

 

Illinois

●      Carbondale – Carbondale Town Square Pavillion – 7 pm

●      Chicago – Richard J Daley Center – 6 pm

 

Indiana

●      Bloomington – City Hall (Showers Building) – 7 pm

●      Indianapolis – Monument Circle Indianapolis – 7 pm

 

Iowa

●      Des Moines – Iowa State Park – 5 pm

 

Kentucky

●      Louisville – Metro Hall – 6:30 pm

 

Louisiana

●      Baton Rouge – North St. near 3rd St. – 6 pm

●      New Orleans – Lafayette Park – 6 pm

 

Maine

●      Portland – Monument Square – 4 pm

 

Maryland

●      Annapolis – Susan Campbell Park – 7 pm

●      Baltimore – 201 E Pratt St – 7 pm

 

Massachusetts

●      Boston – Boston Common – 4 pm

●      Lowell – Lowell City Hall – 7 pm

 

Michigan

●      Ann Arbor – The Diag – 7 pm

●      Detroit – Hart Plaza – 7 pm

●      Grand Rapids – Cherry Park – 6:30 pm

●      Lansing – Michigan Capitol Building – 4 pm

●      Saginaw – Hoyt Park – 6:45 pm

 

Minnesota

●      Minneapolis – Minneapolis Urban League – 5:30 pm

 

Missouri

●      Kansas City – JC Nichols Memorial Fountain – 7 pm

●      Springfield – Park Central Square – 6 pm

●      St. Joseph – 3709 North Belt Highway – 6 pm

●      St. Louis – Gateway Arch – 6:20 pm

 

Mississippi

  • Oxford-Oxford Square- 7pm

Nevada

●      Carson City – Nevada State Capitol – 4 pm

 

New Hampshire

●      Dartmouth – The Green – 8:30 pm

 

New Jersey

●      Newark – Newark City Hall – 6:30 pm

●      New Brunswick – Voorhees Mall – 7 pm

 

New York

●      Albany – New York State Capitol – 7 pm

●      Binghamton – Peacemaker’s Stage – 6:30 pm

●      Brooklyn – Fulton Park Plaza – 7 pm

●      Manhattan (Union Square & Morningside Park) – 7 pm

●      Long Island (Farmingdale) – Bolden Mack Park – 6:30 pm

●      Queens – Baisley Pond Park – 7 pm

●      Rochester – Washington Square Park – 7 pm

 

North Carolina

●      Charlotte – Marshall Park – 7 pm

●      Durham – 200 E. Main St – 7 pm

 

Ohio

●      Beavercreek – Walmart – 6:30 pm

●      Cleveland – Free Stamp – 6:30 pm

●      Columbus – Goodale Park – 6 pm

 

Oregon

●      Portland – Pioneer Courthouse Square – 4 pm

 

Pennsylvania

●      Philadelphia – LOVE Park – 7 pm

●      Pittsburgh – Pittsburgh City-County Building – 7 pm

 

Rhode Island

●      Providence – Across from Providence Place Mall – 7 pm

 

South Carolina

●      Columbia – South Carolina State House – 7 pm

●      Greenville – The Peace Center  – 6:30 pm

 

Tennessee

●      Knoxville – Market Square – 7 pm

●      Memphis – Health Sciences Park – 6 pm

●      Nashville – 801 Broadway – 6 pm

 

Texas

●      Austin & Central Texas – State Capitol (South Gate) – 6 pm

●      Bryan/College Station – Brazos Valley African American Museum – 7 pm

●      Dallas – Continental St. Bridge Park – 6 pm

●      Denton – Denia Recreation Center – 6 pm

●      El Paso – Album Park – 5 pm

●      Houston – MacGregor Park – 6 pm

●      Lubbock – Texas Tech – 6 pm

●      McAllen – Archer Park – 6 pm

●      San Antonio – Milam Park – 6 pm

 

Utah

●      Salt Lake City – Salt Lake Community College – 5 pm

 

Vermont

●      Burlington – City Hall Park – 7 pm

 

Virginia

●      Blacksburg – Henderson Lawn – 7 pm

●      Hampton Roads – Buckroe Beach and Park – 6:30 pm

●      Norfolk – Old Dominion University – 7 pm

●      Richmond – 626 E Broad St – 7 pm

●      Roanoke – Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial – 7 pm

●      Woodbridge – Commuter Parking Lot (Minnieville Road & Dale Boulevard) – 7 pm

 

Washington

●      Bremerton – Bremerton Waterfront Fountain Park – 4 pm

●      Seattle – Queen Anne Baptist Church – 4 pm

 

Wisconsin

●      Milwaukee – Dineen Park – 6 pm

 

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