Megan Burney

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We’re Back!  We are excited at the feedback these schedules have gotten, so we want to continue helping folks and supporting the movement, but we still need your help.  Help us to continue covering local news and grassroots movements by emailing tips and protest information here and becoming a monthly subscriber.  We cannot do this without you!

And if you can’t attend the ongoing demonstrations, consider one of many ways you can still effect change, like supporting local, black-owned restaurants.


 11:30 a.m. Union Square – Protest

 1 p.m. Trump Tower – March to Gracie Mansion

 1 p.m. Duke Ellington Circle – march to One Police Plaza

 1 p.m. Union Square – Protest

 1 p.m. Bryant Park – Protest and Bike Caravan to Gov. Cuomo’s Office

 4 p.m. Union Square – Protest

 4:30 p.m. Washington Square Park – Protest

 4:30 p.m. Marcus Garvey Park – Protest

 6 p.m. NY Supreme Court – Prayer Hour

 6 p.m. Frederick Douglass Sculpture – Rally

 6 p.m. Court Justice Square – Quiet Gathering (not a protest)

 6 p.m. Carl Schurz Park – Kids & Families Talking about Race

 7 p.m. Carl Schurz Park – Vigil


 12:45 p.m. Barclays – Khutbah, Prayer & Protest

 1 p.m. Asser Levy Park – March and Panel

 3 p.m. Herbert Von King Park – Kids Protest

 3 p.m. Williamsburg Monument – Skate/Bike/March

 4 p.m. Myrtle Ave & Broadway – Parade Protest Party

 5 p.m. Barclays – Jon Batiste We Are Peaceful Protest March with Music

 5 p.m. Saratoga Park – March

 6 p.m. Grand Army Plaza – Bike Ride

 6 p.m. 29th St. & 3rd Ave (MDC) – protest

 8:30 p.m. Camden Plaza – Theatre


 2 p.m. Merrick and Springfield Blvd – March


 3 p.m. Pelham Bay Park – March

 5:30 p.m. 1010 E 174th St. – Protest & Prayer Walk

Cover photo by Megan Burney.

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