Update: Protests moved to Thursday night.

If all goes according to plan, Albert Greenwood Brown will be the first San Quentin inmate to die since 2006. He was convicted of raping and murdering a 15-year-old Riverside girl in 1980. In response, loads of death penalty opponents (along with a smattering of supporters) will gather across California to protest the planned execution.

“The stakes are too high and there are too many legal uncertainties to continue,” said Natasha Minsker, Death Penalty Policy Director at the ACLU of Northern California.

Demonstration details are as follows: