An Anarchist contingent will rally around the red and black flag at Spruce street and Park Row on Thursday December 21st at 11:30AM, in front of the Ben Franklin statue (no relation), 30 minutes before the main assemblage. This location is directly in front of Pace University. Many people have already confirmed they are joining this contingent... so come and add to the bloc.

Subway:
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2 and 3 -- Take 2 Local or 3 Express to either Park Place/Broadway (then walk east across City Hall Park to the campus) or to Broadway-Nassau St./Fulton St. Station (exit at Fulton and Nassau St. and walk 2 blocks north on Nassau St. to Pace campus).
* A and C -- Take the A Express or C Local to Broadway-Nassau St./Fulton St. Station. Exit at Fulton and Nassau St. and walk 2 blocks north on Nassau St. to Pace campus.
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4, 5, and 6 -- Take the 4 or 5 Express or 6 Local to the Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall Station (last stop on the 6). Take exit marked City Hall to street and walk south down Park Row to Pace campus; or walk through underpass to exit marked Frankfort St. and exit to Pace Plaza and the Pace campus.
* J, M, and Z -- Take the J or Z Express or M Local to Broadway-Nassau St./Fulton St. Station. Exit at Fulton and Nassau St. and walk 2 blocks north on Nassau St. to Pace campus.
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N and R -- Take the N Local or the R Local to City Hall/Broadway Station, then walk east across City Hall Park to Pace campus.

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POLICE MURDER PROTESTS INTENSIFY

DAY OF OUTRAGE! SHUT DOWN WALL STREET!

“Black Thursday,” December 21, 2006 at 12:00PM

Chase Bldg, Liberty & Nassau St, Downtown NYC

New York – As grassroots community organizers intensify their protest
against the police murder of unarmed Sean Bell and attempted murder of his
unarmed friends Trent Benefield and Joseph Guzman, the Wall Street
financial district is in the crosshairs. A “Day of Outrage” is slated for
“Black Thursday” December 21, 2006 at 12 PM. The masses will assemble in
front of the Chase Building at Liberty and Nassau Streets, Downtown, NYC
to “Shut Down Wall Street.”

The protest was originally scheduled for Friday but intelligence sources
have informed the group that the NY Stock Exchange would close early on
that day for the holiday weekend. Therefore the date has been moved up to
Thursday, December 21st.

“No more business as usual. Our demands are clear. Police Commissioner
Raymond Kelly must go! The head of the Organized Crime Bureau, Anthony
Izzo must go! The cops involved in this murder must be indicted,
prosecuted, and go straight to jail,” declared spokesman Omowale Clay.

The Wall Street protest will be led by the December 12th Movement and the
Black Men’s Movement