It’s Sunday June 14, 2020. There are events all over the city today – marches, protests, and vigils – all in protest of police brutality and racial injustice. See the full schedule with details below. And if you can’t attend any of today’s demonstrations consider one of the many additional ways you can contribute to the cause, like bringing your business to one of these black-owned restaurants in Bushwick.
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10 a.m. Herbert Von King Park – Meditation
12 p.m. Church Ave & Flatbush Ave – March
1 p.m. Maria Hernandez Park – Vigil
1 p.m. Brooklyn Museum – Rally & Silent March (Wear White) Action for Black Trans Lives
2 p.m. Grand Army Plaza – Rally
3 p.m. Utica Ave & E. Parkway – Smudge Walk & Protest
3 p.m. Grand Army Plaza – Percussion Invocation
4 p.m. Washington St. & Water St. – Family March for Breonna Taylor
8 p.m. Maria Hernandez Park – VIgil
10 a.m. East River Park Amphitheater – Run
11 a.m. Riverside Dr. & W 89th St. – Chalk Writing
12 p.m. Mitchel Square Park – Rally & March
1 p.m. 125th St & Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd – March
1 p.m. Columbus Circle – Protest
2 p.m. 163 W 126th St – March
2 p.m. Washington Square Park – Protest
3 p.m. 72nd St. & Riverside Park – March
4 p.m. 10 Columbus Circle – Protest
4 p.m. Allen Hospital – March
7 p.m. Carl Schurz Park – Vigil
1 p.m. York College – Rally
1 p.m. Waltham St. Facing Liberty Ave – DRIVE BY (bring signs, play musice, drive slow with hazards flashing.
2 p.m. 34th Ave between 89th & 90th – Rally
2 p.m. Juniper Valley Park – Vigil
3 p.m. Eternal Love Baptist Church – Walk
4 p.m. Queens Borough Hall – Rally
4 p.m. Grover Cleveland Playground – Remembrance
12 p.m. Eastern Pkwy & Washington Ave – Rally
1:30 p.m. 140 Benchley PI – Rally
2 p.m. LA Fitness Forest Parking Lot – March
Cover photo by Ryan Tyler (@ryvntyler).
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