PORTSMOUTH: A group of activists will gather in Market Square starting at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, October 4th, in order to protest the city of Portsmouth banning Uber ride-sharing services from operating within city limits and in support of Christopher David, the man who is committing civil disobedience by continuing to give people UBER rides in defiance of the city's regulations. Activists will be holding signs and putting up informational flyers.
The event is a collaboration between the Rights Brigade, a civic action organization, and Free Uber, a campaign to restore Uber's legal status in Portsmouth.
For more information on Free Uber: http://freeuber.org/
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