March 17, 2017, San Francisco - This morning, we gathered in court with the Moore family to hear the long-awaited announcement of the start date in the family's suit against the City of Berkeley and the BPD officers who were responsible for criminalizing, unjustly arresting, and killing Kayla Moore in 2013. The family will head to court on October … Continue reading TRIAL TO BEGIN OCT 23 2017 AS MOORE FAMILY SEEKS JUSTICE
First off, hope to see folks on the Moore family's next court date, this Friday! Check out the Facebook event here. Secondly, with a final pre-trial court date approaching this Friday, here are a few updates on the status of the Moore family's case: Which parts of the case will the judge hear? Last year, the City … Continue reading An Update on the Kayla Moore Case: Trial Start Date to be Announced THIS Friday!
Thank you to everyone who was present for court support today, in person and in spirit. The update is that Judge Breyer has made a preliminary decision on the City's motion to dismiss. He is planning to dismiss the family's claims of excessive force and wrongful arrest, but WILL proceed with hearing the case, focusing on the … Continue reading 10/17 Court Support Update: The Fight Continues in – and Out – of the Courtroom
Where: Federal Bldg, Floor 17, Court 6 (Judge Breyer), 450 Golden Gate Ave., San Francisco When: 9am for coffee & food, 10 am hearing begins Instead of moving towards accountability, the City of Berkeley is shamefully shirking responsibility and filing a motion to dismiss the case. Make sure the judge hears our community's voice saying … Continue reading Friday, 9/23: Court Support in S.F. – Resist the Motion to Dismiss!
Justice 4 Kayla Moore will be tabling at the Ashby Flea Market on 8/21. We'll have t-shirts sizes S-3XL, buttons, copies of our demands and other information about the campaign. Operating since 1975, the Ashby Flea Market has been an important place for vendors and community members to do business, listen to music, eat, drink … Continue reading Flea Market 8/21
Maria Moore, sister to Kayla, spoke today on a panel at the Veterans For Peace National Convention: "Standing at the Intersection: Wars Abroad and Struggles for Justice Here At Home." 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, … Continue reading Maria Moore at Veterans for Peace Convention 8/14
Let's celebrate Kayla! Come to our art-making party on Saturday, July 16 to create art that honors Kayla’s life. We’ll be making posters, banners and other outreach materials. There will be a variety of ways to lend a hand; no need to have so-called creative talent. We’ll also have food to share. Drop by The Grassroots … Continue reading Art Party on July 16!