Category Archives: Curfew Protests 1997
Our group of people, of all ages, protested the San Diego curfew back in 1997. Here is a documentary about the protests and our tactics. I still support using the first amendment as a defense against the curfew. Meaning, you
Many curfew laws allow a first amendment exception that allows people to be out past curfew if they are engaged in any activity listed in the first amendment. This page has directions on how to make stickers that say “Repeal
San Diego, CA — The curfew protesters are taking their campaign to City Hall. The Campaign to Repeal the Curfew will hold a protest in the City Hall Concourse on Monday, September 29, from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. The
San Diego, CA — The Campaign to Repeal the Curfew held a protest march in the Gas Lamp District last Saturday night. More than 70 anti-curfew protesters marched through the popular night spot chanting slogans such as, “This is America,
San Diego, CA — On Saturday, August 9, the Campaign to Repeal the Curfew will have a protest march in La Jolla. After collecting almost 100 petition signatures during their march last Saturday night, they are returning to Prospect St.
San Diego, CA — On Saturday night, 20 anti-curfew protesters marched along Prospect St. in La Jolla, California. Their march began at 10 p.m. and lasted until Midnight. The protesters chanted slogans, distributed literature, and solicited signatures for their petition.
San Diego, CA — More than 150 people attended the Rally Against the Curfew last night in Mission Bay Park. It was the 15th consecutive rally and also the most successful. Future rallies will held every Saturday until the city