Courthouse 2 Compton’s

SF Protest for Trans Economic Justice and Safety
Thurs, Jun 18, 7pm at the SF Federal Courthouse
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San Francisco, show up for trans lives 

We’ll march through the Tenderloin from the Courthouse to Turk and Taylor, where trans women fought back against police violence in 1966. The Compton’s Cafeteria historic site is now home to an incarceration facility occupied by The GEO Group, Inc., the world’s largest private prison corporation.

Thursday June 18
7 PM Federal Courthouse, 450 Golden Gate
8 PM Rally at Turk and Taylor

Come to CounterPulse before the protest to make a sign!

Our Demands:

Liberate the Compton’s Cafeteria Site, currently occupied by GEO Group, the world’s largest private prison corporation
Defund the San Francisco Police Department and re-allocate funds to provide low-income housing in the Compton’s Cafeteria site for formerly incarcerated trans people, with priority to BIPOC.
 
Our Coalition Includes:

The Transgender District
Matt Haney
The STUD
Tenderloin Museum
Screaming Queens Movie
+ is still growing!

Details

Date:
June 18
Cost:
Free

Organizer

CounterPulse

Venue

CounterPulse