August 25. 2022: The End Illegal Mandates: March For Justice. The 1st yr anniversary of the government’s over-reach began outside the DOE (Department of Education) in Brooklyn.
“IT Ain’t Over til it’s OVER!”.
.Other protestors were gathered on the east side of City Hall, see Flicker Slide Show:
.There was some confusion as to the final location (it was the west side of City Hall) but until that was cleared up many protest signs were placed on the east side of City Hall fence.
. This is the usual set up and the NYPD has not made it an issue- UNTIL today.
TODAY, the police demanded the signs be removed. Stating there is a law nothing can be placed on public fences. (video).
.HOWEVER, I noted the placement of vendor pictures on the pedestrian walkway fence that leads to the Brooklyn Bridge. Rules for thee…but not for… ?
And then the marchers arrived. (video)
. After they exited the bridge, the protest march set up on the west side of City Hall. See Flickr slide show:
.”DVS 7.0 ” was the MC/ opening speaker at the March For Justice – 1 yr anniversary protest against the illegal mandates. (video)
Teacher For Choice, Michael Kane, spoke outside NY City Hall. Our Bodies, Our Choice. (video)
Say NO to Mayor de Blasio’s vaccine mandates and vaccine passports outside NY City Hall; a massive crowd gathered representing multiple city unions.
I year ago —Teacher, Rachel Maniscalco, spoke at the 1st March for Justice (video)
Her baby has GROWN.
Things have NOT changed: 1,300 NYC school staffers must now get COVID vaccine — or they will be let go.
The unpaid employees — including hundreds of teachers — have been getting health coverage since skipping the city’s deadline to get vaccinated last Oct. 4.
Another roughly 1,100 unvaccinated DOE employees who rejected the unpaid-leave deal have already been fired, the DOE said.
But if those staffers “provide proof of full vaccination, they will be eligible for rehiring,” with no guarantee of the same position.
Another 82 teachers accused of submitting fake vaccination cards were taken off the city payroll on April 25 after they were caught up on a Suffolk County criminal investigation, but will be put back on the payroll on Sept. 6 pending the probe.
It ain’t over til it’s OVER.
[Where indicated, pictures and videos property of Pamela Hall-VSB]