Laguna Beach Peaceful Protest Saturday August 29 2020

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Peaceful Protests are scheduled in Orange County California on Saturday August 29 2020.
Peaceful Protests involved Support for the United States Post Office/Black Lives Matter/Freeing Immigrant Children from ICE and Community Cleanups.
There has been Peaceful Protests in many Orange County Cities in the Summer of 2020.
Social Media is promoting Protests in Orange County as Peaceful Protests.
Southern California Marches near to Orange County are listed.
If you are not participating in the Protests, you may want to avoid the Protest Areas.

Protesters Locations*
These Protests are being promoted on Social Media.
Some Protests are organic and are not necessarily led by a collective group.
Dates and Times Subject to Change.

Rally and March 4 Justice
Saturday August 29 2020 at 2:00pm in Seal Beach
Meet at 2:00pm 801 PCH in Seal Beach and March at 3:00pm
Bring Water/Snacks/Masks/Sunscreen

Black Lives Matter Support
Saturday August 29 2020 at 2:00pm-6:30pm in Laguna Beach
Main Beach at PCH and Broadway
Bring Water/Snacks/Masks/Sunscreen/Signs/Megaphones

*=Protest Locations Posted by and OC Supports Black Lives Matter Facebook Page. Please check with these sites for the latest information

Protest Focus

Peaceful Protest to bring awareness and promote action to fight the injustices and police brutality inflicted upon Black Communities, most recently seen with Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd.*
(It is unclear who has scheduled these protests. Information has been on Social Media without a source contact.)

Protestors Should Practice Best Health Practices

Physical Distancing of at Least 6 Feet

California Department of Public Health Mandates Face Coverings in Public Spaces when physical distancing of 6 Feet cannot be maintained.

Wash Hands Frequently

Protestors Should Be Prepared

Walk on Sidewalks and Stay off the Streets

Carpooling is Recommended

Demonstrators are encouraged to bring signs (no picket signs)/water/snacks/wear black or tie dye

Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes Supports Peaceful Protests via Twitter on (May 30 2020)
Sheriff Barnes stated, “1st Amendment Rights must always be protected. Orange County Law Enforcement is committed to protecting free speech activities and preventing actions that jeopardize the safety of life and property. Violence, destruction and criminal acts cannot stand. Thank You to those who are civilly making their voice heard in Orange County. I encourage future demonstrators to be civil and peaceful.”

ACLU Rights and Responsibilities of Protestors is Online

If you take part in a protest You may:

Distribute leaflets, flyers or other literature on your own property or on public sidewalks, parks and plazas

Picket or protest on public sidewalks, parks and plazas so long as sidewalks and building entrances are no blocked

Chant or sing protest songs on public sidewalks, parks and plazas

If you Take Part in A Protest You may not

Block access to sidewalks or buildings

March in the streets without a permit

Disrupt counter-protests

Engage in speech that is obscene, makes knowingly false statements of fact, or that is likely to incite an immediate disruptive or dangerous disturbance

*Note: By choosing to attend this event, you are acknowledging the risks involved, and you are committing to participate nonviolently and in accordance with the law, and to work to de-escalate confrontations with opposing persons or others. You agree (i) not to engage in any act of violence or violation of any applicable law and (ii) to obey the orders of authorized event marshals and law enforcement authorities.

Black Lives Matters Resources

Black Lives Matter Resources Are Online

Disclaimer: Recent protests in the United States have started peacefully and later resulted in property destruction and violence.

Times and Dates are subject to change.
Please contact the event organizer for the most up to date information.

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