Thursday, June 18, 2020 marks the 21st 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.

March For ThEE ThrEE

Wauwatosa Police Department (1700 N. 116th St.)
2 p.m.

Join The Community Task Force as we Stand with the families of Alvin Cole, Jay Anderson, and Antonio Gonzalez, who were all murderer by Joseph Mensah.

Let’s rise and hold Wauwatosa Police department ACCOUNTABLE for all the suspicious deaths of ThEE ThrEE. A Complaint will be filed at the Police Department.

Following the complaint we will March to the Cheesecake Factory in Mayfair Mall where Alvin Cole was Murdered by Joseph Mensah.

Meet us at 1700 N 116th St. (Wauwatosa Police Department) at 2pm as we MARCH to meet up with another group of protestors being led by The Milwaukee Alliance.

Want to plan anything along the walk or have any questions please message our page!

Fire Joseph Mensah & Chief Weber! Rally and Banner Drop

Wauwatosa City Hall (7725 W. North Ave.)
2 p.m.

The Milwaukee Alliance Against Racist & Political Repression, Youth Rising Up, and the Black Educators Caucus MKE will be supporting the families of Alvin Cole and Jay Anderson in filing a complaint to the Wauwatosa City Clerk. We demand justice for Alvin Cole, Jay Anderson and Antonio Gonzales, who were all murdered by the serial killer cop Joseph Mensa.

Wauwatosa PD has a long history of racist violence and the people must fight back! Join us in formally submitting these complaints: afterwards we will march to The Cheesecake Factory by Mayfair Mall, where Alvin Cole was murdered by Joseph Mensa. We will also be participating in a banner drop.

We will be meeting at 7725 W North Avenue (Wauwatosa City Hall) at 2PM, and then marching to Mayfair Mall to meet up with another group of protestors being led by Community Task Force and the Cole Family.

Feel free to message our page if you have any questions! Let us know if you’re planning on joining the car caravan.

MPS: Defund Police in Our Childrens’ Schools

5 p.m.

The Milwaukee Board of School Directors is meeting on Thursday, June 18 to discuss the contract with the Milwaukee Police Department for School Resource Officers. We know that police have no place in our schools and result in increased trauma and exposure our children unjustly to the criminal justice system. Join us for a watch party and email your board director to let them know they should #DefundPolice in schools.

Shavonda Sisson is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Power to the Parents: Defund the Police
Time: Jun 18, 2020 05:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

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Candle lit vigil for Oluwatoyin Salau

Washington Park Picnic Area 3 (1859 N. 40th St.)
6 p.m.

Please join us to commemorate the short life of Oluwatoyin, a beautiful soul taken too soon. We will lift up her legacy as a black girl, fighting for change for her people.

We will fill the night with speakers reciting poems and saying a few words, but we also open up the floor to anyone else who would like to speak.

We encourage you to bring candles, offerings, and art work you have made to fill the space for Oluwatoyin.

More details will be posted as we near the date, such as specific time stamps, etc. Please let us know if you would like to help at all.

We hope to see you show your support.

Drive-In: The Blood Is At The Doorstep

Bounce Milwaukee (2801 S. 5th Ct.)
8:30 p.m.

After Dontre Hamilton was shot 14 times and killed by police in Milwaukee, his family embarks on a quest for answers, justice and reform. We’re honored to have Dontre’s brothers Nate and Dameion joining us to introduce the film and answer your questions after.

Your $10 suggested donation to reserve your parking spot will be donated to Black Leaders Organizing for Communities and Mothers for Justice to further their social justice activism in the community. We’ll also provide you with a $5 coupon code for food and drinks during the showing.