Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Chalk the Police and Protest QPOA officers being terminated - Oct. 1st

"Chalk the Police is a nation wide campaign to raise public awareness about policing issues. Folks from all over the country will be heading out to their local police station(s) or parks (anywhere that’s public property) to advocate, in solidarity, police accountability.

The idea is to bring signs, fliers and (of course) chalk to their demonstration. While there ask folks passing by if they have something they’d like to say to the police. If they do, hand them some chalk – note, you should check the laws in your area about chalking public property (even though chalk doesn’t damage, some cops get angry over this)."

So, if you've got something to say to Quartzsite Police Chief Jeff Gilbert, write it in chalk on the sidewalk, or other public place on October 1st!

1 comment:

  1. When I think of Adolph Gilbert, chalking doesn't pop to the front of my mind, but what the hell, maybe I'll get arrested (again) for non-violently protesting and speaking at town hall. Sad that I have to take a 2 year olds writing instrument to voice my displeasure with this Nazi government!!!