Protest Megalist

Please wear masks to all protests
Donations Needed:
Pittsburgh Mutual Aid is collecting donations for protests
-water bottles
-disposable gloves
-hand sanitizer
-masks (disposable/cloth)

Twitter: @AidPGH
Phone: (412) 301-6127
Venmo pghmutualaid

Pittsburgh Feminists for Intersectionality (PFI)
IG: @pghfem
Venmo: @PAYPFI

Every Monday:
What: 1Hood Power Hour: Creating Change
Where: Online Event
When: 7PM
Host(s): 1Hood Power and 1Hood Media
Details: A weekly virtual meeting to discuss local affairs. Facebook Page HERE

Friday, June 11
What: "Court Support for Toy"
Where: Allegheny County Court House - 436 Grant Street
When: 8:30AM
Details: Bring signs & show solidarity for Toy. No bad protestors in the revolution.

Saturday, June 12
What: "The Day Of Heroism: Presentation & Poetry Reading”
Where: Freedom Corner
When: 2:30PM
Host(s): Tribune of The People: A Revolutionary News Service
Details: Join us to learn about the heroic resistance of revolutionary Peruvian prisoners. Refreshments provided.
What: "Myths & Facts About Genocide: What’s Happening in Xinjiang, China"
Where: Online/Virtual Event
When: 9AM
FB Event Link: HERE
Details: The webinar will feature a Canadian journalist who has been covering the events in Xinjiang, there will also be a historical review of the US government’s involvement in genocide against indigenous people in what is now the United States. And there will be eyewitness reports from legal experts and scholars who have visited Xinjiang.

Saturday, June 18 - Sunday, June 20
What: "People's Pride PGH Presents: Reclaiming Pittsburgh Pride 2021"
Where: Online/Virtual Event
When: 11AM (June 18) - 9PM (June 20)
Host(s): SisTers PGH
FB Event Link: HERE

Saturday, June 19
What: "Second Annual Juneteenth Children's Festival"
Where: 447 Hamil Rd, Verona, PA 1514701
When: 12PM (Noon) - 3:30PM
FB Event Link: HERE
Details: Please come out and support this Juneteenth event meant to bring positivity to Penn Hills. Wali Jamal Abdullah will be the featured storyteller reenacting Martin Delany and an African American Civil War soldier. Kona Ice will be distributing free shaved ice cups, and Big Phil will be DJing. The event is geared toward children, but all are welcome.
What: "1st Annual Mon Valley Juneteenth Children's Festival"
Where: Clairton Park - Main Lodge
When: 12PM (Noon)
Details: Free to the public. Music by DJ Lance, Food, Live Entertainment, Raffles, Vendors & MORE. For more information on softball registration, Vendor opportunities, & performances email Kelly at

Tuesday, June 26
What: "Community Input on TMC Mission and Values"
Where: 518 Grant Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15209
When: 12PM (Noon)
FB Event Link: HERE
Details: This will be a day-long celebration of the LGBTQIA+ community. We cannot wait to show support, acceptance, and LOVE for our gay, Trans, POC, and marginalized folx within the queer community. This event aims at highlighting Millvale’s “safe spaces and faces”, showcasing the businesses and organizations within our town and surrounding areas that value diversity and work hard at nourishing inclusive environments for all that come through-- all while standing in solidarity with LGBTQIA+ youth and adults both near and far! If you are looking for a way to help here is a link to our Go Fund Me: and please make sure to like our page to keep up to speed with all things PRIDE Millvale!

Sunday, June 27
What: "Pride Ride"
Where: Millvale Riverfront Park
When: 9AM
FB Event Link: HERE
Details: Let’s ride for Pride! Join us for a ride to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community. Everyone is welcome at this Pride Ride, so bring your family, neighbors, coworkers, and friends. We’ll meet at Millvale Park at 9am and ride for about 2 hours. Bring your bike, helmet, lights, and hydration. Masks are required before and after the ride.

Thursday, July 15
What: "Stop Solitary, Stop Torture: Rally and Press Conference"
Where: Online/Virtual Event
When: 7:30PM
FB Event Link: HERE
Details: JOIN THE Battle of Homestead Foundation for an online program by *Dr. Edwin Everhart* examining the history of union and protest songs over the last 150 years ... AND the tactical/political applications of singing for today's marches, vigils, meetings, picket lines, and social action gatherings. The program will include live music along with song examples from several traditions, geographical settings, and political contexts — and give attendees the tools they need to make constructive use of music as part of their own organizing work.