October 22nd is the 18th Annual National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation. For information about the day, as well as events that will be happening across the country, see http://www.october22.org or http://www.stopmassincarceration.org.
Here's what's happening in Honolulu:
1. Everyone!! Wear Black in solidarity with the National Day of Protest.
2. Sunday, October 20, 3pm. Revolution Books Attend the Forum/Discussion on Building a Movement Against Police Brutality, Repression, and the Criminalization of a Generation in Hawai`i. Panelists will be Laulani Teale, Liz Rees, and Carolyn Hadfield. Short presentations will be followed by a discussion focused on how we can build a movement in Hawai`i that is linked to the national movement, but speaks to the particularities of police brutality, repression and the criminalization of a generation in Hawai`i as well. For information: http://www.revolutionbookshonolulu.org.
3. Get displays, chalkings, materials up on the UH-Manoa campus! Join activists at McCarthy Mall from 9am on Tuesday, October 22nd.
4. March for Justice for Kollin Elderts on Tuesday, October 22nd at 11:30am. Meet at Hamilton Library steps on the UH-Manoa campus.
For more information on what's happening in Honolulu: http://www.stopmassincarcerationhawaii.blogspot.com