The October 22 Coalition to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation has been mobilizing every year since 1996 for a National Day of Protest on October 22, bringing together those under the gun and those not under the gun as a powerful voice to expose the epidemic of police brutality.
The Coalition also works on the Stolen Lives Project, which documents cases of killings by law enforcement nationwide. The second edition of the Stolen Lives book documents over 2000 cases in the 1990s alone. Volunteers are needed to help with the research and editing of cases since then. Please contact for more information.

Contact October 22 Coalition:
Address: P.O. Box 2627, New York, NY 10009
To donate, write tax-deductible checks out to "IFCO/October 22"

  • Click here to see the Call for the 19th National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization
  • Click here for the list of contacts and assembly points for October 22, 2014
  • Click here for resources

    Many thanks to the Alan Blueford Center for Justice for this national promotional video

    One of the Voices for the Month of Resistance videos by Stop Mass Incarceration Network that focuses on the National Day of Protest on October 22nd

    Some Resources for NDP Actions

    Know your rights at a protest.

    Need a Stolen Lives banner? Use the pdf for the national Stolen Lives banner created for the National Day of Protest 2012.

    Downloadable "Danger: Police in Area" poster designed by Dread Scott.

    Need some (ideas for) chants? Check out these links, thanks to:
  • Redwood Curtain Copwatch
  • October 22 Coalition-LA
  • United Against Police Terror

  • The Call for the 19th National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization

    here for formatted version in pdf.

    On the eve of the 19th annual National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation, a defiant new spirit is in the air. In Ferguson, Missouri, people continue to rise up in outrage against the killing of Mike Brown, an unarmed 18-year-old Black youth who was just days away from starting college. Despite the rapid and ruthless militarization of the town by racist police and the National Guard, people defied curfews, tear gas, rubber bullets, and calls for a return to business-as-usual—and oppression-as-usual—by protesting and rebelling for ten consecutive, sweltering nights in August. Thousands from around the country gathered in Ferguson this past weekend to stand in solidarity with the brave people of Ferguson. These are the moments where the decades of racist abuse, criminalization, and police terror at the hands of this system came crashing against fearless resistance from the very people it seeks to control, inspiring justice-seeking people not just nationwide, but around the world. The National Day of Protest was founded to oppose exactly these kinds of abuses. This year, in big cities and small towns, in the face of police brutality, repression, mass incarceration and the criminalization of youth we say, Let the spirit of Ferguson ignite hearts nationwide with an uncompromising passion for justice!

    In the United States, this year has seen a litany of state violence, with increasing documentation and coverage making these ongoing atrocities more difficult to deny. Over 800 people have been killed by law enforcement nationwide, at least 200 since Mike Brown, and at least 23 people in one week. Although police criminalization of and violence against women and transgender people is nothing new, they have become more newsworthy of late. There seems to be no level too low for law enforcement to stoop in their violence, whether it is against children and young teens, the elderly, the deaf, or those who are emotionally or mentally distressed.

    In New York City, the era of mass criminalization of Black and brown communities through "stop and frisk" was supposed to be over thanks to the election of a supposedly progressive mayor. What de Blasio brought instead though, was the return of William Bratton, the architect of Stop and Frisk! Bratton's highly oppressive "broken windows" style of policing, in which the smallest "crimes" are aggressively policed, has already led to an increase in police brutality and public mistrust. In this year, NYPD's use of "Broken Windows" has led to the highly publicized chokehold death of beloved community member Eric Garner, the beating of an 84-year-old immigrant man for allegedly jaywalking, a chokehold on a 7-month pregnant woman for barbecuing in front of her home, a young man kicked in the head while lying on the ground handcuffed, numerous people beaten for falling asleep on the subway, a raid of Harlem housing projects, and numerous other atrocities. Even some of the most well-known cultural aspects of New York are under attack, as subway performers are being arrested at astonishing rates simply for trying to earn a living as they have been doing for decades. Meanwhile, the same City Council that voted so strongly for police reforms earlier this year has remained silent in the midst of a new "progressive" administration, lifting their voices only to cry out for 1,000 more cops!

    We have seen other attempts at creating some modicum of accountability being thwarted or ineffective, such as the gutting of civilian oversight mechanisms and useless federal investigations of police departments by the U.S. Department of Justice, while those who document police misconduct are under attack. But we applaud the different ways that people have risen up and persevered.

    Law enforcement departments across the country have come to use on a routine basis the exertion of military enforcement and control in communities that are deemed a "social disturbance." Although there has been a long history of the militarization of police, the revelation of just how much military weaponry has been supplied to local law enforcement by the Pentagon and how the uprising in Ferguson was dealt with are a sobering reminder of the capabilities of law enforcement to exert standing army-like control over the population of non-combatant civilians. It also would be a moral crime to ignore the fact that the intensification of police arms and enforcement is borne out of the desire, on behalf of the state, to quell the expression of people of color in their demands for justice.

    Through the unabated organizing and pressure from the people, we can rejoice over the release of political prisoners Lynne Stewart and Eddie Conway (and hopefully soon Sundiata Acoli), but we must continue our fight for the many political prisoners who continue to be unjustly locked up, along with the hundreds of thousands imprisoned for non-violent offenses due to discriminatory practices in the criminal justice system. The U.S. has the highest number of prisoners in the world, incarcerating almost one-third of the world’s female prisoners, and having more than 60% of prisoners being people of color – still a minority of this nation’s population. Despite solitary confinement being internationally designated as torture, over 80,000 languish in such conditions, including some as young as 16. Solitary confinement led to a death sentence for some, and more egregious evidence of torture in prisons are now coming to light. This brazen inhumanity is exemplified by border patrol’s abuse of immigrant children seeking safety within our borders, and the warehousing and deportation of literally millions of immigrants by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Under such a corrupt system, no imprisonments are legitimate!

    The Call for a Month of Resistance to Mass Incarceration, Police Terror, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation declares that this “will not stop unless and until millions of people, of all nationalities, stand up and say NO MORE, in unmistakable terms. The history of this and every other country shows that without struggle, there can be no positive change; but with struggle this kind of change becomes possible.”

    October 22nd is a day that people around the nation have mobilized every year since 1996 for a National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation. It is crucial that we bring forward a powerful National Day of Protest in cities and towns across the U.S. to challenge the ongoing violence against the people. This October 22nd, stand with thousands across the country to express our collective outrage, creativity, and resistance in response to the crimes of this system. On October 22nd, WEAR BLACK, FIGHT BACK!

    JOIN US if there is already an October 22nd event in your area. CREATE one if you are in an area where there is currently no group organizing. For listings of activities around the country, see below.

    Contacts and List of Assembly Points for October 22, 2014
    Last updated 23 October 2014. Information is posted as it is received, so check later if your area is not listed yet - contacts for areas with actions in previous years are included when this year's details have not yet been sent in. Please email if you know of an action that is not listed below or if any corrections need to be made and to send reports of your protest!

    #Muslims4Ferguson Twitter Chat
    1:00PM EST National Day of Action Twitter Chat
    Follow: @OmarSuleiman504, @ImamSuhaibWebb, @dawudwalid, @lsarsour, @globalnomad87

    Virtual Freedom School
    8:00PM EST Webinar on "Our Bodies/Our Beings/Our Babies and the Imprint of Police Brutality
    559-546-1880, Access Code: 286792#

    Phoenix, Arizona
    8:00PM Assemble for march at Civil Space Park at ASU Downtown Campus

    Prescott, Arizona
    12:30PM Vigil outside of the Crossroads Center at Prescott College, 220 Grove Avenue
    1:00OM Walkout and rally

    Tucson, Arizona
    6:00PM Protest at Catalina Park

    Fayetteville, Arkansas
    9:00AM Gather at corner of Arkansas Avenue and Dickson Street for march
    10:00AM Speakers at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 224 N East Avenue
    After program at St. Paul's, lining sides of HWY 71 Business in Fayetteville at the major intersections

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

    Berkeley, California
    11:00AM Rally on Sproul Plaza

    Central Valley, California
    ~ 209-518-7997 or 209-513-4421

    Fresno, California
    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)

    Hayward, California
    [no contact provided last year]

    Los Angeles, California
    2:00PM Gather at Olympic and Broadway
    ~ 213-840-5348
    ~ or

    7:00PM Candlelight Vigil for the 3rd Angelversary of Michael Nida II
    12620 Paramount Blvd., Downey, CA

    Merced, California
    3:30PM Screening of "Fruitvale Station" at Lesher Building 111, Merced College Campus

    Oakland/Bay Area, California
    1:00PM Rally and march from Oscar Grant Plaza (14th and Broadway), Oakland
    ~ 510-984-3648
    ~ or

    Oxnard, California
    ~ 805-328-4763

    Redding, California
    [no contact provided last year]

    Redwood Curtain, California
    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
    ~ 707-633-4493

    Riverside, California
    [no contact provided last year]

    Sacramento, California
    9:00AM-4:00PM Rally at the North 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.)

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

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

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


    6:30PM 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 Francisco, California
    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
    3:00PM 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

    San Jose, California
    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, California

    Santa Clara, California

    Santa Cruz, California
    2:15PM Protest at corner of Laurel and Center, in front of the police station

    Santa Rosa, California
    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)

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

    4:00PM Gather for march for Ryan Ronquillo at Barnum Park, 360 Hooker Street

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

    Hartford, Connecticut
    4:30PM Gather at Keney Park (Woodland Terrace)

    New Haven, Connecticut
    5:30PM Rally at New Haven City Hall, 148 Church Street, followed by march to the police department

    Washington DC
    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

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

    Lake Worth, Florida
    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)

    Miami, Florida
    5:00PM Power U Youth Speakout at Florida New Majority, 8330 Biscayne Boulevard
    ~ 305-576-7449 (Ruth)
    ~ or
    ~ 305-761-6843

    Tallahassee, Florida
    5:00PM Protest in front of the City of Tallahassee PD, 234 East Seventh Avenue

    Atlanta, Georgia
    4:00PM Demonstration and speakout at Woodruff Park (Edgewood and Peachtree), followed by march
    ~ or
    ~ 770-861-3339

    Honolulu, Hawai'i
    9:00AM-12:00PM Leafletting, banner drops and displays at McCarthy Hall, UH Manoa Campus
    6:00PM Assemble in front of Honolulu Zoo (Kalakaua and Kapahulu) for march through Waikiki

    Boise, Idaho

    Carbondale, Illinois
    10:30AM Vigil at location TBA
    ~ 803-414-5518

    Chicago, Illinois
    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

    12:00PM Rally at Daley Plaza (Washington and Dearborn), followed by march
    ~ 312-933-9586

    6:00PM Silent protest at 11th District Police Station/Court Building, 3151 West Harrison Street

    Evanston, Illinois
    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)

    Rockford, Illinois
    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)

    Indianapolis, Indiana
    6:30PM Rally at 1 Monument Circle

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

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

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

    Wichita, Kansas
    [no contact provided last year]

    Lexington, Kentucky
    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)

    Louisville, Kentucky
    12:00PM Rally at 6th and Jefferson, across from Louisville Metro Hall, followed by march to 7th and Jefferson
    ~ 502-874-7148

    New Orleans, Louisiana

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

    Amherst, Massachussetts
    [no contact provided last year]

    Boston, Massachusetts
    Share your story online (via Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram) to promote violence awareness (mention @Live4Bo and hashtag your city) - winner to be announced on October 22nd
    ~ 617-506-9426

    12:00PM Gather at Harvard University Science Center, corner of Kirkland and Oxford Street
    12:00PM Gather at UMass Boston in front of the Student Center
    4:00PM Gather at Ruggles T Station
    ~ 617-492-5443

    Cambridge, Massachusetts

    Lynn, Massachussetts
    [no contact provided last year]

    Springfield, Massachussetts
    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
    ~ 413-734-4948

    Worchester, Massachussetts
    Creating a living memorial by tying pictures of Stolen Lives to a Liberty Apple tree and planting that tree in a community location.

    Detroit, Michigan
    ~ 313-768-7202

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

    Kalamazoo, Michigan
    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

    Minneapolis, Minnesota
    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
    ~ 612-874-7867

    Twin Cities, Minnesota
    ~ 651-270-7592 (Raees)

    Clayton, Missouri
    1:30PM Civil disobedience action at 7900 Forsyth

    Ferguson, Missouri
    5:00PM Rally at Canfield Drive, 9300 W. Florissant, followed by march that will proceed through Canfield Apartments to the police station at 222 S. Florissant Road
    ~ 314-282-7087

    Kansas City, Missouri
    12:00PM Panel at University of Missouri-Kansas City Student Union, Room 402 (5100 Cherry Street)
    ~ 816-777-6574 (Rashad)

    St. Louis, Missouri
    11:00AM Washington University School of Law Walkout - assemble at the corner of Big Bend and Forest Park Parkway
    ~ 217-553-2999
    ~ (Allison)
    ~ (Saeed)

    6:00PM Panel on "LGBTQ+ & Black Oppression: Why We Should All Care About Ferguson" at Blank Space, 2837 Cherokee
    ~ 314-265-4756
    Also see ~

    Las Vegas, Nevada
    ~ 678-683-8279 (Cecily)

    Freehold, New Jersey

    Montclair, New Jersey
    4:00PM Rally at Church Street Plaza, walk to Unitarian Universalist Church Montclair, mobilize for petition-signing and legislative action in Trenton
    ~ 973-651-6396

    Newark, New Jersey
    Leafletting at ten locations throughout Newark by the Newark Communities for Accountable Policing (details TBA)
    ~ 973-854-1730.

    Union County, New Jersey
    ~ 973-801-0001

    Albuquerque, New Mexico
    4:30PM Gather at Civic Plaza, 400 Marquette Avenue NW, march to 400 Roma APD headquarters
    ~ 505-934-2259 (Dyna)

    Santa Fe, New Mexico
    8:00AM First Judicial District Court Building, 225 Montezuma Avenue

    Albany, New York
    1:00PM Rally at Townsend Park, intersection of Henry Johnson, Central & Washington
    ~ 518-461-5702

    Buffalo, New York
    ~ 716-587-1570 (Lewuga)

    Long Island, New York
    6:00PM Rally at First Universalist Church, 51900 Rt. 25, Southold
    ~ 631-765-3494

    New York, New York
    10:00AM Banner-making and gathering of Columbia students at the Columbia University School of Social Work, 1255 Amsterdam Avenue

    1:00PM Assemble at Union Square South in Manhattan, march to Times Square
    ~ 866-235-7814 (toll-free voicemail and fax)

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

    3:30PM Meet at Intercultural Resource Center, 552 W. 114 for Columbia Prison Divest campaign's speakout

    White Plains, New York
    5:00PM Gather at Main Street & Mamaroneck Avenue
    ~ or

    Durham, North Carolina

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

    5:00PM Rally at Corner of Florida Street and Freeman Mill Road, across from Smith Homes community
    ~ 336-638-1448

    Raleigh, North Carolina
    ~ 919-720-2379

    Athens, Ohio
    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

    Cleveland, Ohio
    1:30PM Meet at Women's Pre-release Center, E. 30th & Orange Avenue, followed by march to
    3:00PM Rally at Tower City Center/Public Square and
    ~ 216-526-9645
    ~ or

    Dayton, Ohio
    6:00PM Town Hall/Panel on Black Males at Dayton Boys Prepatory Academy, 2013 W. 3rd Street
    ~ 937-999-9379
    ~ or

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

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

    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    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

    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    12:00PM Rally at City County Building, 414 Grant Street, Downtown
    ~ 412-628-5849 (Brandi)
    ~ or
    ~ 412-512-1709 / (Kenneth Milller) or 412-430-1006 / (Celeste Taylor)

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

    Greenville, South Carolina
    6:30PM Rally at Greenville County Courthouse, then march to Law Enforcement Center/Jailhouse

    Chattanooga, Tennessee
    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
    ~ 423-401-8893

    Memphis, Tennessee
    Flash demos throughout the day (4 minute 30 second die-ins):
    8:00AM City Hall (in front of the doors)
    9:00AM Riverside Park
    12:00PM Court Square (fountain)
    1:35PM 201 Poplar
    3:00PM Overton Park by Bicycle Structure
    4:00PM University of Memphis Student Center Mall

    Austin, Texas

    Dallas, Texas
    7:00PM Rally at Founders Plaza, 600 Elm Street (the Old Red Courthouse)
    7:30PM March to Main Street Garden
    ~ 214-989-8888

    Houston, Texas
    4:00PM Converge at Market Square Park, Travis & Milam
    5:00PM March - bring drums and whistles

    5:00PM Rally at Houston PD HQ, corner of Polk and Travis

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

    Salt Lake City, Utah
    7:00PM Gather at the Salt Lake City Public Safety Building, 475 S. 300 E.

    Christiansburg, Virginia
    12:00PM in front of the Montgomery County Government Center, 755 Roanoke Street
    ~ (Margaret Breslau, chair of Coalition for Justice)

    Richmond, Virginia

    Olympia, Washington
    [no contact provided last year]

    Seattle, Washington
    3:00PM Meet at Garfield High School campus, 400 23rd Avenue, to march to the Seattle PD Station

    5:00PM Seattle Central College at 1701 Broadway
    ~ 206-264-5527

    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

  • To listen to, download and/or share the Voices Against Police Brutality Ch. 1: The National Mixtape, go to the O22 Bandcamp page.

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