To conclude its 10 Days of Action, the 3/20 Coalition organized a protest and march on Friday, March 19 and a day-long festival of community building and educational events on Saturday, March 20, the two-year anniversary of Osaze Osagie's shooting death by State College Police.

The coalition's goal throughout the 10 Days of Action was to engage in community building, rebrand the date of Osagie's death and raise $5,000 to begin the Osaze Osagie Memorial Scholarship Endowment fund for college students of color. The fundraising goal was met and exceeded on Saturday.

Osagie was a 29-year-old Black State College resident who had autism and a history of schizophrenia. He was shot and killed by State College Police officers on March 20, 2019.

When three officers arrived at Osagie’s apartment to serve a mental health warrant, Osagie allegedly ran at the officers with a knife. After an unsuccessful attempt to use a Taser on him, Officer M. Jordan Pieniazek allegedly shot him.