The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, along with Castro Community on Patrol and the Triangle Martial Arts Association, have scheduled a march for tomorrow, Saturday August 13th, to speak out against recent hate crimes in the Castro neighborhood. The march will start from Jane Warner Plaza at Castro and Market Streets at 3 p.m. From there, the group will move on to the site of last weekend's attack on a 52-year-old Santa Cruz man at Market and Sanchez before heading on to Blue Restaurant on Market Street where one of the Sisters was alsoattacked this week. The march to take back the neighborhood will end at Castro and 18th Streets.

Organizers on the Stop the Violence facebook page have asked attendees to make signs and bring horns to make their presence known.

Stop the Violence is a joint effort between the Sisters Of Perpetual Indulgence, along with the Castro Community On Patrol (CCOP), and Triangle Martial Arts Association (TMAA) aimed at ending increasing violence in the Castro. The project helps distribute safety whistles, conducts personal safety seminars, and "take[s] any step necessary to make our communities safer." Go here for more details.

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[Stop the Violence on Facebook]