All Out For October 22!

Demonstrations in Ferguson drew people from all over the country and riveted the attention of millions.

The next critical step is on October 22: protests to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation
. POWERFUL protests of THOUSANDS on October 22 can further radically change how people think about what is just and unjust, what is legitimate and illegitimate, what is tolerable and what must not be tolerated in relation to this continual and horrific racist police abuse and murder...

These demonstrations must embody a spirit of telling the truth and a spirit of defiance. They must build on everything that has gone before. Youths from the inner-city high schools and youths who have been pushed out of the school system... joining with college students... with the parents of those who have been murdered and incarcerated bearing witness... along with many people of conscience who refuse to live in this kind of society ...all out together. In the centers of the cities and in the neighborhoods. All over.

Contacts and List of Assembly Points for October 22, 2014

NO SECRET DEMONSTRATIONS! Send activities planned for your city, town, campus, prison or wherever they will be happening to Send reports, videos, photographs, links to news coverage, and other information on activities to and

* indicates info came from October 22 coalition website. Props to peeps @ October 22 coalition website who collected and organized  lot of info for the actions on October 22 on this list. 

*Fayetteville*ON OCTOBER 25TH*
9:00AM Gather at University of Arkansas Courthyard (in front of fountain) for march to St. Paul's Episcopal Church at 224 N East Avenue
After program at St. Paul's, lining sides of HWY 71 Business in Fayetteville at the major intersections until 12PM

5:30PM Assemble at the parking lot of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Anaheim, 511 S. Harbor Boulevard
 657-229-4053 (Quin)


5:30PM Assemble at the northeast corner of N and Mariposa Street, across from the Fresno Police Headquarters
559-250-2434 or 559-942-0708 (Irene)

Oakland/Bay Area
1 PM Oscar Grant Plaza (14th & Broadway), Oakland Ca.  Phone: 510-984-3648

12:20pmWednesday, October 22nd at 12:30 PM Meet at steps of First Unitarian Church of Oakland, 685 14th Street
march together to Oscar Grant Plaza, 14th and Broadway to be part of the National Day of Protest against police brutality at 1 PM

*San Francisco
11:00AM San Francisco State University Die-in - Assemble in front of the library and march to Malcolm X Plaza for the die-in

12:00PM Rally against arming City College of San Francisco Police at 50 Phelan Avenue

12:00PM Bay Area-wide Walk Out - Rally at San Francisco City Hall
3:30PM Mass migration to Oscar Grant Plaza

4:00PM Spoken Word & Open Mic commemorating the anniversary of the founding of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense and the National Day of Protest Against Police Brutality at Auntie April's Chicken & Waffles, 4618 3rd Street

5:00PM Speakout and Press conference at the SF Police Department Military Equipment Center, Deharo Street and 17th Street

6:00PM Join with Alex Nieto supporters to speak out at the SF Police Commission Meeting at Balboa High School, Green Room, 1000 Cayuga Street

Los Angeles
2 pm, Olympic and Broadway

Phone: 213-840-5348 

*Redwood Curtain
12:00PM Speakout at the Art Quad on HSU campus in Arcata
3:00PM Rally on Arcata Plaza
4:00PM March to Safeway parking lot near 7th and F Street
5:00PM Critical Mass/group bike ride toward Eureka
7:00PM Speakout at Cesar Chavez Park, 14th and E Street, Eureka, followed by candlelight vigil


UC Riverside Time: 11am Rally for #Oct22
Facebook page -


9:00 AM-4:00 PM Rally at the West Steps of the California State Capitol, with funeral procession through the streets of the Capital
916-546-5FTP (Christina Arechiga, Director of California Campaign to End Police Terror and Justice for Ernest Duenez Jr.)

6:00PM Rally at Salinas Police Department, 222 Lincoln Avenue

*San Bernardino
12:00PM Gather at San Bernardino Valley College, 701 S. Mount Vernon Avenue, in front of the Campus Center/Sun Room

*San Diego
5:30PM Rally at City Heights Park, followed by march

6:30 PM Rally at City Heights/Weingart Library and Performance Annex, 3795 Fairmount Avenue
Candlelight march to and rally/vigil at I15
Overpass Light Brigade Message "Stop Police Terror" 

*San Jose
12:15PM Live art, flash mob, die-in, and live drum circle at De Anza College at the Main Quad (in front of the library), 21250 Stevens Creek Boulevard, Cupertino
1:30PM Public Policy Teach-in in Conference Room A

Santa Ana
9:00AM Rally during hearing in front of Central Justice Center, 700 Civic Center Drive West
7:00PM March and speakout 

*Santa Rosa
One-Year Anniversary Community Potluck and Sunset Vigil for Andy Lopez
4:30PM Potluck and music at W Robles Avenue and Moorland Avenue
7:00PM Azteca blessing
7:30PM Candlelight vigil
~ 707-331-7389 (Ana Salgado) or 305-458-4071 (Terri Carrion)


5:00PM Gather on the West steps of the Colorado State Capital

*Fort Collins
10:00PM (doors open 9:00PM) Hodi's Half Note, 167 N College Avenue



4:30 pm, gather in Keney Park

New Haven
5:30PM Rally at New Haven City Hall, followed by march to the police department

District of Columbia 

Washington D.C.   October 22nd    6:30 pm; Corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE and Howard Rd SE

*5:30PM Candlelight vigil at the Washington Ethical Society, 7750 16th Street NW

*6:30PM Corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SE and Howard Road SE
~ 202-842-2873


4:00PM Assemble at Heming Plaza
Sponsored by: New Jim Crow Movement
~ 904-631-1674

*Lake Worth
5:00PM Protest in front of the Lake Worth precinct office of the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office, 120 N. G Street
Simultaneous online petition/call-in drive

~ (Lynne)


October 22-  Gather at 4pm (tentative) in Woodruff Park (Edgewood and Peachtree) for a demonstration, speakout and march.



October 22nd - 9am until noon:  Leafleting, banner drops and displays on McCarthy Mall, UH Manoa Campus
6pm:   March through Waikiki;  Meet at the front of Honolulu Zoo  (corner of Kalakaua & Kapahulu)
October 22, Day of Action Vigil 10:30 am - 12:30 pm, organized by Southern Illinois University School of Law Black Law Student Association
~ 803-414-5518

9:00AM Release of the official WCG Shadow Report to the UN Committee Against Torture, "Chicago Police Violence Against Youth of Color" at Jane Addams Hull-House Museum, 800 S. Halstead Street

October 22 -  Daley Plaza (Washington and Dearborn).  Gather at noon, rally, followed by a march.  We envision this as a whole day, to STOP mass incarceration. NO MORE, no business as usual, no work, no school.  More details to come.

5:30PM Gather outside main entrance to county jail (Winnebago and State), then march to the Federal Courthouse (Court and Chestnut)
~ 815-398-6322 or (Minister Johnson)
~ (Christopher)


Monument Circle on 1 Monument Cir

Des Moines
6:00PM 251 East 1st Street, across from Des Moines PD

Iowa City
6:00PM Rally Iowa City Hall, 410 E Washington Street


Kansas City, Kansas
5:30PM Rally at 31st and Prospect

2:00PM Walkout at all area universities
6:00PM Assemble at William Wells Brown Elementary, 555 E. 5th Street for march to 7:00PM Rally at Fayette County District Courthouse, 215 W. Main Street (April)

12:00PM Rally at 6th and Jefferson, across from Louisville Metro Hall, followed by march to 7th and Jefferson

6 pm, Fayette County Courthouse, 
#HandsUpKY Walk-Out, March and Rally for October 22nd National Day of Action

New Orleans
Tulane University: Tuesday, October 21st - Wednesday, October 22nd
Details: car caravan to Ferguson, Missouri for #Oct22 protest
Contact: Eunice Lee -


5:30PM Assemble at Baltimore City Hall
~ 443-928-5533 (Ameejill)



12pm  Harvard University Science Center, corner of Kirkland & Oxford St.  
12-2 pm UMass Boston, in front of the Student Center -
4-6pm  Ruggles T station, Boston -
  Wear Orange! Bring signs!
~ 617-492-5443

3:00PM March for Justice: Survival and Resistance from 467 State Street
5:30PM Know Your Rights training & potluck at Western Mass Recovery Learning Community, 340 Main Street

*East Lansing
3:00PM Rally at Beaumont Tower, 1206 E Oakland Avenue at the Michigan State University Campus, followed by march

11:30AM Assemble for march at Red Square on Academy Street and Thompson (at the center of Kalamazoo College Campus), followed by rally on the quad

October 20-24 Week of Action in and near University of Minnesota

6:30PM Rally at North Commons Park, Golden Valley Road & Morgan Avenue North, followed by march

October 22, 5 pm: Rally/march will gather at Canfield Drive (9300 W. Florissant). March will proceed to Canfield Apartments where Michael Brown was murdered by police and proceed through Ferguson community to the Police Station at 222 S. Florissant Rd. 
phone- 314-282-7087

Kansas City
Contact: Rashad Lartey
Wednesday October 22, 2014 12:00p-1:00p  “O22 Day of Resistance to police brutality and mass incarceration” 

Panel dialogue

University of Missouri- Kansas City Campus Student Union 402

5100 Cherry StreetKansas City, Missouri 64110

St. Louis
6:00PM Panel on "LGBTQ+ & Black Oppression: Why We Should All Care About Ferguson" at Blank Space, 2837 Cherokee
Also see ~

New Jersey


Day of Action: Rally at Church St. Plaza, Walk to Unitarian Universalist Church Montclair, Mobilize for Petition signing and legislative action in Trenton

Leafletting at ten locations throughout Newark by the Newark Communities for Accountable Policing (details TBA)

New Mexico


October 22 Gather at 400 Marquette- Civic Plaza- March at 5pm and end at 400 Roma, APD headquarters
505-934-2259 (Dyna)

Santa Fe

October 22 8am. We will demonstrate at the courthouse & march to the Roundhouse to stand in solidarity with the family of Victor Villalpando, 16 year old from El Rito who was killed by police, Victor's family, other families in New Mexico & national movements.

New York
New York
1:00PM Rally at Townsend Park, intersection of Henry Johnson, Central & Washington

*Long Island
6:00PM Rally at First Universalist Church, 51900 Rt. 25, Southold

New York

October 22 1 PM, Union Square, 19th National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation. Rally at Union Square followed by a march to Times Square.
Phone: 347-979-SMIN (7646)
866-235-7814 (toll-free voicemail and fax)
on Facebook Police-Brutality-New-York/8742968153

2:00PM Rally in front of bookstore at Lehman College (near Gate 2 from Gouldon Avenue) in the Bronx

White Plains

October 22, 5pm - 7pm  corner of Main St. and Mamaroneck Ave Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation
~ or

North Carolina

1:00PM Guilford College Die-in in front of Founders Hall, 5800 W. Friendly Avenue (contacts via Facebook on event page)

Wednesday, October 22nd, 5pm: National Day of Protest to Stop Mass Incarceration, Police Terror, Repression, and the Crimminalization of a Generation   Smith Homes community, corner of Florida St. and Freeman Mill Rd.

Check for updated info at FB event page:


12:01PM Hands Up Walk Out
12:20PM Rally at Ohio University of College Green
12:50PM March through courthouse, OUPD, Morton Hill, Baker, back to College Green

October 22 Wed. 1:30pm - Meet at Women's Prison E. 30th & Orange Ave.March to Public Square
3:00PM Rally at Tower City Center/Public Square and
~ 216-526-9645
~ or


6pm Town Hall Panel on mass incarceration at Dayton Boys Prep Academy

5:10PM Assemble at Brady Theatre's main entrance, 105 West Brady Street to march to the BOK events center at 200 South Denver

5:30PM The Rosewood Initiative, 16126 SE Stark Street


12:00PM Press Conference, location TBA
4:00PM Honk Against Police Brutality at City Hall, 15th and Market
5:30PM Town Hall on the impact of RRA at Gladfelter Hall, 11th and Berks, Room 24
~ 215-724-1618

12 pm, City/County Building, 414 Grant St., Downtown Pittsburgh
~ 412-628-5849 (Brandi)
~ or
~ 412-512-1709 / (Kenneth Milller) or 412-430-1006 / (Celeste Taylor)

7:00PM Rally and letter-writing at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Poconos, 940A Ann Street (Kay)
South Carolina

October 22 - March from Greenville (SC) County Courthouse to Law Enforcement Center/Jailhouse, 19th National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a
Generation & Memorial to those killed by law enforcement.

6:30 pm Rally at Courthouse followed by march to Law Enforcement Center/Jailhouse.

7:00PM March from Westside and South:
From Westside (assemble at corner of Boynton Drive and Grove Street, across from Renaissance Presbyterian Church)
From South (assemble at East Lake Courts at 4th Avenue)
8:00PM Rally at Harris-Johnson Mark, across from Howard School

Flash demos throughout the day - those who wish to participate, meet October 21st, 6PM in the MSPJC on 3573 Southern Avenue

Main Street Garden Park,1902 Main Street, 7 - 9 pm
7:30 March to Victory Plaza


4pm - Converge and Gather from Around the City @ Market Square Park, Travis & Milam,  Downtown Houston
5pm - March! Bring your drums, whistles, and determination!

San Antonio
12:00PM Bexar County Courthouse at 100 Dolorosa

~ (Margaret Breslau, chair of Coalition for Justice)


 5 p.m. Rally, speak out in front of Seattle Central College, Broadway and Pine; 5 pm, Seattle Central College, Broadway and Pine
October 22 Black Student Union youth led march against police brutality and harassment of youth of color in Seattle. Meet at 3:30 pm on the Garfield High School campus, 400 23rd Ave, Seattle, on October 22nd to march to SPD Station. 

YouTube Video



6:30PM Vigil at 480 Gilford, métro Laurier (sortie St. Joseph), in front of the Fraternité des policiers et policières de Montréal
~ 514-848-7583

12:00PM Parvis de l'eglise St-Rock
~ or


1:00PM Power to the People Rally at Cuba Street Stage