For Immediate Release: Community Activist Rally to “Stand Down against “Blue Lives Matters.”

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For Immediate Release: Community Activist Rally to “Stand Down against “Blue Lives Matters.”

(Press Conference at City Hall 2nd Floor, July 22, 2016)

***** Media Advisory *****

Blue Lives Matter Not

Chicago, IL

This afternoon-Friday July 22, 2016 at 12:00 noon-The Freedom First International (SCLC), Southern Christian Leadership Conference (Chicago), Violence Interrupters, along with other Community Activist (groups) will conduct Press Conference at City Hall calling for the local (south side) Chicago community to come together in a effort to stop the blue lives matters ordinance. The group also plans to give Alderman Burkes office a demand letter to request that further plans to produce this “unfavorable”  ordinance immediately stop.

Chicago Alderman Ed Burke wants the justice system to treat attacks against police officers and firefighters like “hate crimes.” Which is routinely an instant felony

Burke proposed his “Blue Lives Matter” ordinance last month. It would give harsher penalties and fines for offenses committed against current or past police officers, firefighters, and emergency first responders.

The coalition of activists say that’s an attack on their First Amendment rights. We also say it’s a distraction from the real problem -specifically when it comes to abusive police officers.

While the City of Chicago is in the midst of reform and a Department of Justice investigation- this is bad for the City’s and CPD’s public image and further degrades public trust. It time to put these issues away because they are anti-community. Shame on Burke and anyone who supports this ordinance-the group intends to send Alderman Burke and members of the City Council a clear message. NO BLUE LIVES MATTER!


Recent initiatives to address

Recent Issue with City Policy, ect

Community Social Justice  on the Chicago (South-side) and abroad

Change Perceptions of People of Color and others Due to unfair Community Policing Policies  


WHAT: Press Conference to discuss Dissatisfaction with the Proposed Blue Lives Matters Ordinance 

WHERE: Chicago City Hall 121 N. LaSalle St. Chicago, IL 60602-2nd Floor

WHEN: Friday, July 22, 2016 at 12:00 noon

WHO:  Civil Rights Leader Gregg L Greer, Civil Rights Leader Tio Hardiman, 

WHY: “Negative of Gun Violence can change overnight if organized Chicago.” 

PHOTO/STORY OPP: Civil Rights activist groups standing against the Bad Police Policy, both locally and nationally. Citizens looking for Reform

AREA of INTEREST: Civil Rights / Human Rights / City Policy /Criminal Justice Law

Contact: Gregg L, Greer-Lead Activist-Media Advisor-321 355-0598  or

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