Chapter News

PANEL and TRAINING for ACTION by BLACK LIVES AC

Feb 18

BLACK LIVES MATTER AC COMM FLYER 2-20-2016
National Action South Jersey Chapter Network
P.O Box 1943 Atlantic City, NJ 08404
PRESS RELEASE
 February 18, 2016
CONTACT: Steven L. Young
PHONE: 609-992-9105
National Action Network South Jersey Chapter
PRESS RELEASE! PANEL and TRAINING for ACTION by BLACK LIVES AC
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
NATIONAL ACTION NETWORK SOUTH JERSEY CHAPTER
Will be co-sponsoring a panel discussion with Atlantic City Black Lives Matters on Civil Disobedience as well as Training & Demonstration. about THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY PROPOSED TAKE OVER OF ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY on Saturday, February 20th, 2016 from 2:00pm until 5:00pm at The Asbury United Methodist Church Community Center is located 1213 Pacific Avenue. All events are free and open to the public.
PASS IT ON!!!

Your Brother in the struggle,

Steven L. Young
President-NANSJ

On SATURDAY, FEB. 20th, BLACK LIVES AC: Beyond the Slogan will host its 4th event. Due to the NJ state takeover, potential impacts on the citizens of AC, and the growing need for solidarity, this event will include a panel discussion on Civil Disobedience as well as a Training & Demonstration.Please attend and invite others! See the flyer and more details below.
In the spirit of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), a vital organization in the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, Black Lives Matter – AC will hold a workshop on civil disobedience on Saturday,February 20th at 2 p.m. at the Asbury United Methodist Church Community Center. This free workshop will include simulation demonstrations and education on how to use civil disobedience to impact public policy in Atlantic City, particularly in regard to the city’s takeover by the state.
The workshop will be led by Steven Young, president of the Atlantic City Chapter of the National Action Network, one of the leading civil rights organizations with chapters throughout the entire United States.
          It’s important that we understand the rules of engagement, our rights, and the laws as we protest. We also need to know our message, and understand how our tone, video cameras and our positive relationship with law enforcement can both push boundaries and keep us within boundaries.
We’re looking to make a stand for the people of Atlantic City and we need everyone’s support! Please join us!
The Asbury United Methodist Church Community Center is located 1213 Pacific Avenue. All events are free and open to the public. For the latest, find us on Facebook (Black Lives AC) or contact Rev. William M. Williams III, Asbury United Methodist Church at 215-888-5806.