Community Contingent Against Police Brutality

January 17, 2013

Join the contingent at MLK Parade Jan. 20

Act Now to Stop War & End Racism
In the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King:
Community Contingent Against Police Brutality
Join the contingent to Stop Police Brutality at the
Dr. Martin Luther King Parade

In the words of Dr. King:
“Justice denied anywhere
diminishes justice everywhere”
Sunday, find Jan 20
Assemble 12 Noon
MLK Blvd at University
March to Civic Plaza
Stop APD Violence!
Join families, friends, and community to remember the loved ones brutally murdered by Albuquerque police officers.
We will march together to demand justice for the victims and their families. Stop the killings, stop APD crimes!
Invite your friends and neighbors, bring photos of loved ones, plus signs and banners to show we will not stop until justice is done.
For more information call
ANSWER Coalition at 268-2488


One Response to “Community Contingent Against Police Brutality”

  1. Police Chief David Couper on January 22nd, 2013 8:42 am

    Police use of excessive force, corruption and other misconduct hurts everyone – including the police — in terms of lost cooperation, support and trust – which, in turn, diminishes their effectiveness. And remember: policing in a democracy is best accomplished by those who are carefully selected, well-trained and led, controlled in their use of force, honest, courteous to every person, and closely in touch with the communities they serve. For more, follow my blog at

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