Monday, June 8, 2020 will mark the 11th consecutive day of peaceful Milwaukee protests sparked by the murder of George Floyd. Here are just a few of the day’s events, sure to be joined by many more.

** PEACEFUL** Protest In Oconomowoc

Goodwill (1408 Summit Ave.)
11 a.m.

There will be a PEACEFUL Protest taking place in Oconomowoc, Wi. Monday morning. We will be starting in the parking lot by Goodwill and walking down to the Oconomowoc Police Station. All we is ask, is to keep it peaceful on our side, but also make sure our voices are heard! We ask that you do not bring children. And that you bring plenty of water to drink! It’s supposed to be a hot one! Come and support the #BlackLivesMatter Movement and show a town like Oconomowoc, WI. that just because it’s happening around them doesn’t mean it can’t happen in their town. Police brutality, racism lives EVERYWHERE and we need people to open their eyes! ❤️ Let’s stay safe out there you guys! And remember, we’re all in this together. ✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿

Reclaim the 414: Community Art Build and March

Sherman Park (3000 N. Sherman Blvd.)
1 p.m.

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.

Join us for a community art build and march as we demand divestment from the Milwaukee Police Department, and investment into our community. It is time that we reclaim the 414. This is our city. This is our home.

We will have an art build starting at 1PM, followed by a march to Red Arrow Park.

This event is organized and led by young women of color from Milwaukee.

Peace & Justice Community Clean-Up

PEAK Initiative (2480 W. Cherry St.)
1 p.m.

PEAK families and local community members are invited to participate in a cleanup of the neighborhood and gathering in support of justice.

PEAK will provide garbage bags, gloves, masks, and light snacks. Bringing a reusable water bottle is encouraged.

Unfortunately public restrooms will not be available.

Justice Tour March MKE

Oakland Avenue and North Avenue
2 p.m.

Today is about accountability. Today we begin to hold folks a little more accountable 😎

With No Justice, We Walk In Peace Protest

Cathedral Square Park (520 E. Wells St.)
3 p.m.

Milwaukee’s next peaceful protest is being held on June 8th, 2020 starting at Cathedral Square Park. After walking the front lines with the Pride March on Sunday we have really seen what this community can do, what this movement can do!

Gathering and Supply Donation: 3pm
Walking of the protest: 4pm

If you’d like to donate financially so that supplies can be purchased as well (Masks, Water, Snacks, Etc) our currently used Venmo is @TomiBordeaux

The route will be determined by what is safest for the group as a whole taking into consideration all parties involved.

*REMINDER* We advise for your safety and everyones safety you wear a mask during this protest. We also reccomend goggles just in case, as well as any other neccesities you feel you may need as the walk will be lengthy.

We thank everyone over the last week who has continued to join in these peaceful gatherings and want to remind everyone that with the continuation of this we have become a movement and there will always be power behind your voice and IT DESERVES TO BE HEARD!

Black Lives Matter Vigil

Milwaukee Police Department District 1 (749 W. State St.)
8 p.m.

This Black Lives Matter Vigil is to honor and remember the black lives that were lost at the hands of police officers.

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