APTP

The Anti Police-Terror Project began as a project of the ONYX Organizing Committee. We are a Black-led, multi-racial, intergenerational coalition that seeks to build a replicable and sustainable model to eradicate police terror in communities of color. Founding coalition members include the Black Power Network, Community Ready Corps, Workers World and the Idriss Stelley Foundation. APTP is not a non-profit organization.

 

Cover image by Brooke Anderson Photography

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Strange Fruit at SF Chief of police Greg Suhr’s House

On January 17th 2016, as part of the Anti Police-Terror Project's #ReclaimMLK #96hours of direct action, the Last 3% of Black San Francisco paid a surprise visit to police Chief Greg Suhr's house to demand justice for Mario Woods, killed by the SFPD on December 2nd 2015, and to inform Suhr's neighbors of the wrongful deaths that he is responsible for, as well as the many scandals he was involved in, including racist and homophobic text messages sent among 14 officers.


Video by APTP media team's Noé Serfaty

Music: Strange Fruit performed by Nina Simone

#ReclaimMLK in the Bay Garners Massive Support From Bay Area Organizations

March Endorsers Include:


Abundant Beginnings
Asians for Black Lives
BASAT
BAYAN USA
Black.Seed
BLM Bay Area
Catylist
Code Pink Women 4 Peace
Community Democracy Project
California Coalition for Women Prisoners
Critical Resistance
Dance Out Loud
Design Action Collective
Ella Baker Center
Fight for 15 Bay Area
Freedom Archives
GABRIELA USA
Haiti Action Project
Interfaith Committee in Solidarity with Black Lives Matter – Bay Area
Jewish Voice for Peace-Bay Area
Justice 4 Alex Nieto Coalition
Justice for Josiah
Justice for Mario Romero
Kenneth Harding Jr Foundation
Lake Merritt Neighbors Organized for Peace
Lemon Drop
Marcha Patriotica Colombia
OccupySF Action Council
One Life Institute
Onyx Organizing Committee
Oscar Grant Committee Against State Repression
Peace Out Loud
POOR magazine/PrensaPOBRE
Queers Undermining Israeli Terrorism (QUIT)
Seminary of the Street
SF Occupy Council
SF Veteran’s for Peace Chapter 69
Socialist Alternative Bay Area
Showing Up For Racial Justice - SURJ Bay Area
Stinney Distro
Sum of Us
Third World Resistance
Worker’s World Party

If we've missed you, it's not intentional. Please just say exactly how you want to be listed in the comments to this post and we'll add you.

This newly released video of the 2015 #ReclaimMLK march perfectly captures what we plan on doing again this Monday!

Last year's historic First Annual March to Reclaim King's Radical Legacy

BAY AREA: Join the in #96hours of actions to Reclaim Dr. King's Radical Legacy this weekend.

Thursday January 14th - Monday January 18th, 2016

#96 hours - https://www.facebook.com/events/1637988586490486/

2nd Annual Mass March, Monday January 18th -https://www.facebook.com/events/1541563859495909/

Filmed and edited by Lucas Guilkey and Julia Muldavin