RSVP for the silent march to end stop and frisk
Join us in New York City on June 17th
More black men and boys between the ages of 14-24 were stopped by police in New York last year than there are young black men living in the city.
On June 17th at 3:00pm, we will shed light on this alarming trend through the time-honored tradition of a silent march. Thousands will come together to raise awareness of this great injustice, and to demand an end to New York's stop and frisk laws.
Will you be able to join us for the silent march on June 17th at 110th St. west of Fifth Ave., in New York City? RSVP for the silent march today.