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Don't Get Got: A Community Self Defense & Know Your Rights Training - Shared screen with speaker view
Lina García
52:39
https://antirepressionbayarea.com/
John
56:41
Kettled is a police crowd control technique where they trap large groups of people with police lines.
Gemma
01:05:13
if folks know other tips that are useful to prepare for protests please share here for other participants
Gemma
01:08:41
From a participant :be careful about cars, where to park. not in path of marches, not near police lines, etc. have someone with extra key to get it if your arrested. car being towed or trashed sucks
Gemma
01:09:42
carry a clipper card. also phone card. phone charger & cord.
Gemma
01:11:48
From a participant: remember to not carry illegal drugs or weapons. even pocket knife on keys can be used against you... do carry a sharpie.
Sara K- NLG-SF
01:12:19
Good encrypted text platform is Signal. For email Protonmail. Others?
Gemma
01:14:16
Phone tip: password protect you phone, disable face and fingerprint ID and delete as many apps as possible from it. Turn off location data, Bluetooth and wifi
John
01:16:05
A good guide to sometimes use is how would that post look if it was read back or played back in court. Err on the side of protecting your community rather than putting out another social media post.
Gemma
01:19:07
From a participant:A good guide to sometimes use is how would that post look if it was read back or played back in court. Err on the side of protecting your community rather than putting out another social media post.
Laleh
01:25:27
Joe, you can just remain silent, but stating that at least once helps make clear to them that you're not going to talk...
Lina García
01:27:24
415-285-1011
Lina García
01:27:55
If you are NOT in jail, call 415-909-4NLG
Sabrii Anderson
01:32:33
Who is the "We" Gaby is referring to/representing? just as a reminder
John
01:32:36
To assert your right to remain silent it is legally strongest if you actually say those words.
Sabrii Anderson
01:33:14
who does she practice with?
Lina García
01:33:14
In addition to calling 415-909-4NLG, you can also contact demonstrations@nlgsf.org.
Yvonne (she/her)
01:36:21
what was the exact language you mentioned for asserting your right to remain silent?
Laleh
01:38:31
285-1011 is the number for calls from jail only.
Laleh
01:38:52
To call from outside of jail the number is 415 909-4nlg
Sara K- NLG-SF
01:39:00
If there are a lot of arrests then the phone line might be busy but if you keep calling you will get through. It’s for jails only. If you are not in jail call 415-909-4nlg.
Sara K- NLG-SF
01:39:58
We’ll send the recording, the power point and other materials to everyone who registered for this webinar. They will also be in the NLG newsletter.
Gemma
01:40:33
The National Lawyers Guild has many lawyers that work with them and do their best to link folks directly with them when they have legal cases. So best place to call if arrested is NLG hotline
Marko Muir
01:43:40
https://arrestees.nlgsf.org/?page_id=15 arrestee info is updated here frequently. A great resource.
Gemma
01:45:03
When Gaby was referring to “We” she was talking about the NLG, specifically the NLG Demo committee
Gemma
01:46:26
Excellent Resource from CCR: "Hell No: The Right to Dissent in Twenty First century America"
Sara K- NLG-SF
01:47:03
NLG has door posters available that we can send out with recording and resources. You can print it and put it on your door. It has a summary of what to do (or really not to do) if the FBI knocks.
Gemma
01:51:06
If feds or cops come to your door - 1. DO NOT LET THEM IN, 2. ASK FOR A CARD, 3. TELL THEM YOUR LAWYER WILL CALL THEM, 4. CALL THE NLG HOTLINE
Sara K- NLG-SF
02:01:10
August 13 @ 6:30pm: Grand Jury Resistance
Gemma
02:04:17
Co-Signer will be responsible for all financial liability if the person arrested does not show up to court
Sara K- NLG-SF
02:06:12
Yes, there is.
Gemma
02:06:50
Week of August 17: Surveillance of Activists and Social Media Activity
Sara K- NLG-SF
02:07:17
https://www.instagram.com/p/CC_WxviB6xu/
Sara K- NLG-SF
02:07:27
That is an instagram about social media and protests.
Sara K- NLG-SF
02:07:41
Here it is in Spanish: https://www.instagram.com/p/CDJ6mDoBpAK/
Clare Bayard
02:10:22
Thanks so much to all of you who organized and presented this
Gemma
02:10:36
From a participant: another thing is if you feel the deep need to postan image avoiding livestreaming and only posting images after scrubbing metadeta and blurring out identifiable things like faces & shoes
Marko Muir
02:11:21
Thank you all for this! such great info. So good! <3
Sara K- NLG-SF
02:11:39
At times that I’ve been very active, I’ve created a text loop (with permission from people) of people to contact if I am visited by law enforcement.
John
02:13:22
contact@nlgsf.org
Krystal Franco
02:14:15
Thank you so much!
Gemma
02:14:39
Thank you everyone
Paris Coyne
02:14:44
Thank you so much for your time! This was amazing.
Gemma
02:14:58
i think you can end it unless more questions are coming in