Lamontez Jones Mobilization Updates

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(But this is actual updates from InPDUM San Diego)
We will be mobilizing again for Lamontez Jones on November 28, 2015. It will be held at the place where he was killed at 6th and F Street in downtown San Diego at 6 pm.

Here is the Facebook event:
Celebrate the life of African Lamontez Jones.
Lamontez Jones was from Virginia and came to San Diego; he was murdered by SDPD veterans of over 25 years on F St & 6th Ave in the middle of the street in Gaslamp District of Downtown San Diego California.

This colonial violence. It is the ability for the state to murder, rape, enslave through imprisonment, terrorize our communities globally. Africa is scattered and harassed around the world. We are resisting in every corner of the earth.

In San Diego California, on November 28 we will gather to unify our brothers and sisters as one people standing up for self determination and liberation. We stand in solidarity with colonized populations worldwide to end this parasitic capitalist oppression.


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