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Standing at the Intersection: Wars Abroad and Struggles for Justice Here at Home

This Sunday, Maria Moore will speak on a panel at the Veterans For Peace National Convention about the fight for justice for her sister Kayla, killed by the Berkeley Police in 2013.


From the event description: "Usually when people think of violence and economic and social justice struggles in the United States they do not think about about wars abroad. However, racism, militarization and patriarchal domination are some of the forces responsible for the violence and victimization we see both at home and abroad. Join our panel as we discuss the militarization of the police, military sexual trauma and domestic rape culture and the intersection of the movement for Black lives and the struggle for Palestinian rights."

Sun August 4 @ 10:45 am Clark Kerr Campus, Conference Center Room 102, Berkeley, CA

View the Facebook event page.

#KaylaMoore #Berkeley #BerkeleyPD #Militarization #Racism #PoliceViolenceandKillings

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