We'll gather to demonstrate that we will be consistent in our efforts to shift the power to hold police accountable to the community. Text JUSTICE to 864237 for up-to-the-minute details.
What is the status of justice in policing in Raleigh? Plus, a know your rights workshop with soon-to-be implemented changes to the way officers are required to interact with community during "consent searches"?
The experts at Color of Change will host a one-day workshop about developing creative digital campaigns that harness the power of online organizing to boost the reach of on-the-ground work!
To sign-up contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's time for all community organizations, activists, clergy and residence come together to discuss ways to address police brutality, street violence and government accountability.
Join the PACT team and community members to spread the word to others in Raleigh about why we need justice in policing and an end to the police policing the police. No prior experience necessary!
Snacks will be provided.
To stay connected, text JUSTICE to 864237.
Hafiza was slapped with a resisting arrest charge after experiencing use of force by Raleigh Police in November of 2015. Hafiza has called on PACT and community to turn out to support her at the time of her court date at 9am at the Wake County Justice Center.
Participants are encouraged to turn out in their PACT shirts or wear black to stand in unity!
On Tuesday, May 3rd at 6:30pm PACT coalition partners and community members will gather in front of the Raleigh Municipal Building at 222 W. Hargett Street before walking into the City Council's monthly evening meeting to address the Council.
Join current Taskforce leaders as they provide background information on policing in Raleigh, the campaign so far, our strategy to win, and ways to get involved!