Chicago Joins In Worldwide Community Policing Protests
Activists Q Green & Tio Hardiman Lead a Peaceful Protest Against Police Brutality
By: Citizens For Q. Green
Here in Chicago, the activist known to you as Mr Cease Fire because of his efforts with the sucessful non for profit organization, is ready to speak to the public. While highly publicized tragedies such as Trayvon Martin, Oscar Brown, Mike Brown, and now Eric Garner, have resulted in national out cries, Mr. Hardiman wants actions on behalf of recent Chicago victims Roshad McIntosh, Rekia Boyd & Desean Pittman as well. Not agreeing with policies that would allow the only conviction of a person involved in the Eric Garner murder case, to be that of the heroic citizen, who video taped the atrocity. Tio Hardiman with the help of community activist Q. Green, plan to encourage and provoke change.
Ironically it is the 40th anniversary of the murder of Black Panther Party leader Fred Hampton, at the hands of Chicago Police Officers; and Americans have finally reached his level of angst. The United States of America are in upheavel over the abuse of power by police officers worldwide. Chicago leaders Hardiman and Green want to direct this unity towards goals that enrich our community as oppossed to the overly publicized looting that has unfortunately been taking place. Efforts to monopolize black spending power, and hold police in our neighborhoods accountable for their actions is imperative.
It is time to take a stand, "Injustice anywhere, is a threat to justice everywhere". Those united in the effort to live in a fair and just society, be on time for the Community Protest & March. Please arrive promptly at 5:00pm to the UIC Forum, 700 South Halsted Monday December 8th, 2014. In no way is this peaceful protest intended to encourage misconduct of any kind.