If you're heading out to protest police brutality, it is important to know your rights. This training covers the range of rights people have to protest, how people can document policy activity and avoid police surveillance, and tips for how to prepare and what to bring to protests.

To learn more about how you can take action to end the brutal system of policing that has gone on for far too long, go to: https://go.peoplepower.org/signup/know-your-rights/

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