Concerned Citizens for Justice

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Template:TOCnestleft Concerned Citizens for Justice is based in Chattanooga Tennessee, and is associated with the Freedom Road Socialist Organization.

Chattanooga arrest

Four people were arrested October 22, 2014, while protesting street violence and police brutality at the intersection of Main Street and Market Street in Chattanooga.

About a dozen protesters were marching with Concerned Citizens for Justice as part of a national day of protests and were arrested when they entered the intersection and blocked traffic, the group said on its Facebook page.

Ash-Lee Henderson, 29, Janelle Jackson, 34, Michael Heath, 22, and Madison Dillard, 20, were all arrested and charged with inciting to riot and obstructing a highway. Jackson was also charged with resisting arrest.

The Chattanooga Police Department reported that it monitored the event and asked the individuals to clear the blocked roadway to ensure the safety of all citizens, including those protesting. [1]

An Evening with Meizhu Lui

An Evening with Meizhu Lui - Co-Author of The Color of Wealth: The Story Behind the US Racial Wealth Divide, Public · Talk · Hosted by Concerned Citizens for Justice, Monday, November 17, 2014, Barking Legs Theater Chattanooga,.[2]

Alicia Garza event

The Unity Group of Chattanooga and Concerned Citizens for Justice are excited to host #BlackLivesMatter Co-Founder Alicia Garza as part of the 46th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Week, Tuesday, January 12, 2016 at 6pm.

Historic First Baptist Church Chattanooga, TN.

For more information on the event or to learn how to be involved with Chattanooga's #BlackLivesMatter affiliated organization, contact Concerned Citizens for Justice...[3]