It has been almost one year since the murder of Michael Brown, Jr. and the uprising that followed. Our movement has grown immensely and here in Ferguson and St. Louis, we continue to fight for all those who have been lost. From August 7-10th, we will stand together, united in purpose, as we uphold our commitment to this movement for Black Lives.

Over the last year, our movement has made it clear that Ferguson is Everywhere. That’s why we’re using the hashtag #UnitedWeFight — because we lift up and demand justice not just for Michael Brown, Jr., but for Sandra Bland, for Cary Ball, for Yvette Smith, for Kajieme Powell, for Dontre Hamilton, for Taneisha Anderson, for Vonderrit Myers and for far too many more.

We invite you to join us in St. Louis for the Anniversary Weekend. We have a huge variety of events planned including mass meetings, rallies, concerts and protests. If you can’t join us, we ask that you plan solidarity actions in your own communities. We ask that groups honor Michael Brown Jr by participating in a four and a half minute National Moment of Silence on Sunday, August 9th at 11:55AM CST. We also ask groups to join us in a day of mass civil disobedience by planning Moral Monday actions for August 10th. Investigations and reports are not enough. We must demand federal intervention into the systematic terror against people of color by police.

Friday: 8/7/2015

Whose Streets


10:00am: Youth Art Build @ O’Fallon Park (Boathouse), 2001 E Harris Ave
3:00pm: Memorial Build @ Kajieme Memorial, corner of Riverview Blvd. and McLaran Ave.
6:00pm: Panel Discussion on The Limits of Legislating Equality for Black + LGBTQ Liberation @ UMSL Millennial Student Center, SGA Chamber
8:00pm: Whose Streets Documentary @ Nine Network, 3653 Olive St.

Saturday: 8/8/2015

Ferguson Rocks Concert

Block Party

11:00am: Youth Chalk Out @ Forest Park Visitor’s Center
2:00pm: March from Vonderrit Memorial to Block Party (March @ Shaw Blvd. & Klemm St., Block Party at corner of Grand Blvd. and Arsenal St.)
7:00pm: Ferguson Rocks Concert @ Ready Room, 4195 Manchester Ave.

Sunday: 8/9/2015


11:00am: Silent March @ Canfield to Greater St. Mark’s Church, 9950 Glen Owen Dr.
In support of the Mike Brown Jr. Memorial Weekend
1:00pm: The People’s Brunch @ W. Florissant Ave.
7:30pm: Address by Dr. Cornel West, followed by panel discussion with Bree Newsome,  Rev. Traci Blackmon, Rev. Renita Lamkin,  Rev. Michael McBride, Rev. Osagyefo Sekou, Rev. Starsky Wilson,  and Min. Rahiel Tesfamariam @ Greater St. Mark Family Church, 9950 Glen Owen Drive, STL
8:00pm: Ferguson Is Everywhere Concert @ Fubar, 3108 Locust St.

Monday: 8/10/2015

Day of Civil Disobedience and National Call to Action


NVDA trainings hosted by the Deep Abiding Love Project

Training Schedule

Thursday: 8/6/2015

Legal Observer Training | National Lawyers Guild
6 – 8:30pm ACLU Building 454 Whittier St. St. Louis 63108
Contact: moc.l1527384277iamg@1527384277LTSsr1527384277evres1527384277bOlag1527384277eL1527384277

Friday: 8/7/2015

NVDA Training | Lisa Fithian and Deep Abiding Love
10 – 1:30pm Greater St. Mark Family Church, 9950 Glen Owen Drive, St. Louis
Contact: moc.l1527384277iamg@1527384277evoLg1527384277nidib1527384277ApeeD1527384277

Do it Yourself CARE: Healing Workshops | Ferguson Self Care
6 – 9pm Central Reform Congregation 5020 Waterman Blvd St. Louis
Contact: Angel Carter @Virtuous_Queen | moc.l1527384277iamg@1527384277ct.561527384277legna1527384277

Saturday: 8/8/2015

NVDA Training | Lisa Fithian and Deep Abiding Love
10 – 1:30pm 2929 S. Jefferson Ave, St. Louis
Contact: moc.l1527384277iamg@1527384277evoLg1527384277nidib1527384277ApeeD1527384277

WeCopWatch info & Training (moc.l1527384277iamg@1527384277hctaw1527384277pocew1527384277)
NLG Know Your Rights (moc.l1527384277iamg@1527384277LTSsr1527384277evres1527384277bOlag1527384277eL1527384277)
Medic mini-trainings (moc.l1527384277iamg@1527384277scide1527384277m.lts1527384277)

Sunday: 8/9/2015

Trauma & Healing Training | Int’l Association for Human Values
4 – 5pm Greater St. Mark Family Church, 9950 Glen Owen Drive, St. Louis

Monday: 8/10/2015

9am – 11 am Civil Disobedience Training, Christ Church Cathedral, 1210 Locust St, St. Louis. Contact: moc.l1527384277iamg@1527384277nosug1527384277reFnI1527384277htiaF1527384277
11:30am – 12 noon Songs, reflection and prayer.
12 noon Moral Monday Silent March: departs Christ Church Cathedral to the Thomas Eagleton U.S. Courthouse