Friday November 27, 2020
| Last update: Thursday at 7:58 PM
BY Rachel Duff | Jacksonville, FL | 9/23/20
On September 19, over 120 people showed up outside city hall in downtown Jacksonville demanding a people’s budget and community control of the police.
BY Monica Gold | Jacksonville, FL | 7/20/20
On Saturday July 18, the Jacksonville Community Action Committee organized a drive-in protest to demand a People’s Budget, a Jacksonville Police Accountability Council (JPAC) and an end to the Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights (LEOBOR). Protesters were joined by the families of Jamee Johnson, Kwame Jones and Leah Baker; all of whom were killed by Jacksonville Sheriff Office (JSO) cops.
BY Staff | Jacksonville, FL | 6/30/20
Wrapping up an entire month of action, on June 27, over 400 people gathered in front of the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office and the Duval County Jail. Over a month ago, in the wake of COVID-19, the Jacksonville Community Action Committee led a car caravan around the Duval County Jail demanding the mass release of inmates, especially those over 65 years of age and those who are immunocompromised. Those demands were ignored and now 178 inmates have tested positive for COVID-19. This rally and march occurred under a backdrop of rising COVID infection rates in the city of Jacksonville as well as recording-setting heat.
BY Sarah Mahmoud | Jacksonville, FL | 6/07/20
On Saturday, June 6, over 10,000 residents of Jacksonville came out to an historic march hosted by the Jacksonville Community Action Committee.
BY staff | Jacksonville, FL | 1/06/20
On December 30, the Jacksonville Community Action Committee (JCAC), community members and organizations, along with family and friends of Jamee Johnson, rallied and held a vigil to demand #JusticeForJamee.
BY staff | Jacksonville, FL | 7/03/19
Around 50 people gathered in downtown Jacksonville, Monday morning, July 1, to protest Mayor Lenny Curry and Sheriff Mike Williams’ inauguration.
BY staff | Jacksonville, FL | 3/26/19
On March 24, over 50 people from the community, along with members of the Jacksonville Community Action Committee, gathered to remember the life of Vernell Bing Jr., an African American man gunned down by Officer Tyler Landreville of the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office in 2016.
BY Sharif Hall | Jacksonville, FL | 6/29/18
About 150 people came out to a Trans Lives Matter rally, June 27, in front of Jacksonville courthouse to demand justice.
BY staff | MacClenny, FL | 4/22/18
On April 21, around 150 community members and activists, as well as the family of Dominic Broadus II, marched to the Baker County Courthouse to call for justice.
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