Over a hundred organisations from around the world, including a number of anarchist groups and British organisations, are backing the callout for a massive march in Paris to take place on March 19th against police brutality. Led by the families of people who have died at the hands of police and following on from weeks of protests and clashes in the streets, organisers say that, as the law is adapting to the needs of the police rather than the people, France’s working classes must assert dignity and unity. The main callout is translated below.
Regularly, for more than 40 years, our people are thus killed by the French State, at the hands of those who are ironically called “guardians of peace.” Regularly for more than 40 years, it is with the most abusive impunity and campaigns of criminalisation that they respond to the mobilisations
The repression that targets us, we families of victims, has been accentuated by the state of emergency. All abuses have become possible, leading to tragic consequences.
We are all affected!
to participate very widely in the March for Justice and Dignity that will take place on Sunday, March 19th, 2017
Let us find hope, strength and unity in order to be together in the name of justice and dignity.
First signatory families:
With the support of :
Action-fascist Paris-BanlieueACTIT AG college Rennes 2 Alternative Libertaire Citizens’ Assembly of Turkey Hailing Association Black is really beautiful Association Against Racism Switzerland Association of Active Citizenship Equality Association Toulouse Mirail Association for Integration and Invention of Republicans Association Femmes plural Association KÂLÎ Association against Islamophobia and racisms Thales Association -Maghreb workers’ Association of France ATMF Bas Rhin Assembly of Wounded, Families and Collective against police violence ASTI Annonay Brigade Anti negrophobia Brussels Panthers — Calima — Candidature of Unitat Popular Cases of Rebels — Cedetim / Ipam — Center of Postcolonial Studies of Lyon — CGT-Culture National Cité of the History of Immigration — Confederacion General del Trabajo The Cip-IDF CISPM Collective acid Collective Agone SKB Collective decolonial Lyon — feminisms Collective of Rennes 2 — Collective for the future homes (COPAF) — teacher Collective for the repeal of the 2004 Act Collective inter-neighborhood 49 — Collective James Baldwin — Collective Parisien for Protection Youth and Minors Isolated Aliens Collective neither war nor martial law — Collective as R … — CRED (Collectif Racise-e and decolonial) — Collective Hands off my intermittent.e -Collectif 20th in solidarity with migrants — Anarchist Committee Paris 7 — Committee against police violence in Pantin — Justice support Committee for Theo and all other Coordination of Groups Anarchists (CGA) — ZAD Committee Rennes — Convergence Citizen Ivryenne Social Co-operative Social Ecology — CRI Red — CSP75 Besides we are from here “67 Let’s disarm them! — DIDF DIEL DNSI37 — Emancipation Inter-Union Trend — FASTI — Federation of Tunisians for a Citizenship of Both Rives SOUTH-PTT Federation — FUIQP Women in struggle 93 — Girls and Sons of the Republic Frantz Fanon Foundation — Alsatian anti- racist front — Popular Front of Turkey and DEV-GENÇ (revolutionary youth of Turkey) — Historical materialism Alhambra anarchist group — Antifascist Group Lyon and surroundings — plural identity — IJAN IJAN International — legal Shack — The indivisible — Islamic Human Right Commission ambitious Youth Bobigny — friends science po Strasbourg — the inhabitants of the ZAD Notre Dame des Landes — the intersection — LKP — Libertarians against Islamophobia — London Campaign Against Police and State March of Women for Dignity Mwasi — Communist Organization Libertaire (Paris) — New socialists (Toronto) — Ontario Coalition Against Poverty — New Cahiers du Socialisme (Montreal) — New Anti-Capitalist Party New Way anticolonial — Night standing Rennes — NUS Black Students Campaign — OCML proletarian Way — Organization equality — Dare cause — Paris Against Trump — Paris standing — workers’ Communist Party of France pirate Party — PHARE for equality — platform Of the voice of the prisoners — Party of Indigenous People of the Republic Not without us — Not without us (Bouches du Rhônes) — Pride of night — Network of Decolonial Studies — Network for a decolonial left — Contretemps-Web review — the collective Seum — Socialist Project Solidaires students SolidaritéS Exit of colonialism — South CT Mayor of Saint Denis — SOUTH CT SOUTH SOUTH education 93 — Tours Stand Unef Antiracist and Popular Union of Toulouse Union of Democratic Muslims in France local Union SUD / Solidaires French Jewish Union for Peace Union prolétarianne Marxist-Leninist UFCM — Emergency Our Assassinated Police 350.org
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Upcoming related events:
March 4thParis 10th
March 6th-10th, Court of Appeal of Paris: trial of the police officer who killed Amine Bentounsi with a bullet in the back in 2012.
March 19th, Paris : Walk for Justice and Dignity
June 17th, Paris 20th A: March for Lamine Dieng, died in a police van in 2007