A nonprofit organization, arising from the police brutality death of Burrell Ramsey, focusing on change to provide better opportunities to Boston communities.
Mon. January 19, 2015 at 1pm
Meeting at the site of the Boston Massacre
(206 WAshington Street, Boston, MA 02109)
Marching to the African Meeting House
(8 Smith Court, Boston, MA 02114)
Join Us in the #4MileMarch
to honor the
victims of police violence and demand law enforcement reform.
We will meet at the site of the Boston Massacre at 1pm and march to the African Meeting House.
Please come and join us in solidarity! Please join and share the event!!!!! We want our movement to be powerful with an undeniable message that we are unified and that we demand change!!!!
The 4 Mile March is currently in 23 cities and counting! Plan a march in your city today. March. Volunteer. Visit www.4milemarch.org.
The mission of the 4 Mile March is two-fold: to bring awareness to America's epidemic of racial profiling and police brutality, and to honor all those who have been injured or died as a result of police violence. One of the most important steps we can take is to build mounting pressure upon our local and federal government to do what is right. Elected officials must mandate laws that will hold police accountable for every illegal and inhumane act they commit against the human rights of all citizens. We are demanding justice, particularly for those most often attacked and whose stories are rarely told: minorities, women, poor and low-income families, and the mentally ill. We’re asking people everywhere to march in solidarity because “it is our duty to fight for our freedom; it is our duty to win.”
Please take the "List of Demands" Public Survey so that we can be unified in our demands as well!