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Health Worker Rally & Caravan: Bridging the Bay for Black Lives
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The Do No Harm Coalition, APTP, Public Health Justice Collective, Health Care Workers Action Network and Health Justice Commons invite ALL health workers, healers and students in the health and caring professions to join us in a socially distanced rally & car caravan to declare racism and police violence as public health crises that cause unacceptable and disproportionate poor health for Black people and require disproportionate decisive action to address.
Black people suffer the worst outcomes from COVID and from police violence due to entrenched systemic racism. We are committed to ending racism in every form in order to uplift the health of the communities we serve.
We will be sending a notice to our lawmakers for demands to uplift the Black New Deal, as outlined by Anti Police-Terror Project as well as to outline our vision for creating a society centered around a Culture of Care. We will be posting that notice here for you to sign before Saturday.
We will be meeting up Saturday June 20th at 4pm on Pill Hill and driving in a car caravan to Bernal Hill, SF, the site where Alex Nieto was shot by SFPD. On Bernal Hill, we will be gathering with Ramaytush Ohlone cultural bearer, Gregg Castro, to do a ceremony to honor those who have lost their lives to this and to voice our wishes and commitment to end this violence on Ohlone territory.
We will be broadcasting on the radio as we drive, to keep the vibe alive between us.
Meet up at 4pm at the Grocery Outlet Bargain Market Parking Lot at 2900 Broadway, Oakland.
ASL and captioning available!