“The NAACP stands with citizens and communities who are deeply disappointed that the grand jury did not indict Darren Wilson for the tragic death of Michael Brown, Jr. We stand committed to continue our fight against racial profiling, police brutality and the militarization of local authorities. The death of Michael Brown and actions by the Ferguson Police Department is a distressing symptom of the untested and overaggressive policing culture that has become commonplace in communities of color all across the country. Our “Journey to Justice: Ferguson to Jefferson City” march is the first of many demonstrations to show both the country and the world that the NAACP and our allies will not stand down until systemic change, accountability and justice in cases of police misconduct are served for Michael Brown and the countless other men and women who lost their lives to such police misconduct. Our thoughts and prayers are with Michael Brown’s family.”
Who: NAACP, civil rights, social justice and community organizations
What: “Journey to Justice: Ferguson to Jefferson City March”
When: We expect to commence Saturday, November 29th at 7 am.
Where: Canfield Green Apartments, Ferguson, Missouri to Jefferson City, Missouri
Read more at http://www.eurweb.com/2014/11/naacp-and-coalition-partners-announce-march-journey-for-justice-ferguson-to-jefferson-city/#hip52zurmSd6wpbK.99