San Jose Street Safety Vigil

California Walks, Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition, TransForm, San Jose STEPS Coalition, California Alliance for Retired Americans, Agents for Change, Transition, and HealthTrust invite you to a Safe Streets Daylight Vigil to:

Commemorate the lives lost to traffic violence this year with friends, neighbors, and community leaders and call on the City to work with us to put an end to these preventable deaths.

Share your condolences: bring flowers, LED candles/votives or other sympathy gifts to place at the memorial.

Speak up at the Senior Citizens Commission at 1:30 pm to share our concerns with the City.

Forward this event to your networks and friends; invite the community to speak up for those who have lost their lives.

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