As C.A.S.K. forge ahead in its campaign to bring about public awareness and personal responsibility our job has gotten harder and harder; in light of police killings; gang killings; and violence that has reach the level of a lack of civility that hasn’t been seen since the violence that defined America during the era of slavery.
After 5 months of demonstrations, we’ve reach the a point of truly understand our effectiveness; it’s clear that we cannot continue without broader support from the community at large; we’ve heard the car horns of the passersby and the thousands of people who encourage us with their eye contact and head nods of support; we’ve stood on the corners and held our signs that carry a universal message: “Don’t Kill, Think”
Standing out on the most traveled streets in the city delivering this powerful message isn’t for the faint of heart but; for those who’re committed to change; as we move forward; we’re looking for your physical help and support; this issue isn’t about people it’s about our collective lives and how we’ll live as a community together in peace or divided in danger.
We took to the corners of Raines Rd. and Elvis Presley this past Saturday; one of Memphis’s most prosperous section of the city; we were welcomed with open arms thought several police officers stopped by to learn about C.A.S.K. and its great works; they left well pleased; as always several people stopped by to join in our campaign and that’s our reward.
Our next demonstration would be on the corner of Austin Peay and Yale, October 22, 2016: