[mgj-announce] FRIDAY 9/13: MGJ at the March to Justice!!!!!
mrickling at hotmail.com
Thu Sep 12 12:01:34 EDT 2002
MGJ is taking part in the Rainbow/Push Coalition's March to Justice tomorrow
in downtown DC. MGJ needs a large presence to show that we're all united in
the struggle against oppression and to show what we think of American
Taliban John Ashcroft and what he's done to our Bill of Rights. We also need
a bunch of people to help carry our banner and puppets, and to distribute
our broadsheet, palm cards and flyers so that have a most massive turnout on
the 28th. Please RSVP if you can make it. Thanx!!!!
We'll be meeting at 11 am at Freedom Plaza (14th and Penn Ave NW), marching
at noon to the DoJ and having a rally at 1 pm at 9th and Penn Ave NW. Show
up for part or all of the march and rally!
Why We March...
SEPTEMBER 13, 2002, WASHINGTON, DC
A MARCH TO JUSTICE
We march to have all votes counted.
We march to open the closed door of the United States Department of Justice.
We march for civil liberties to be protected by the federal government.
We march for civilians to have the right of equal protection under the law.
We march for paycheck, and promotion equity for women.
We march for the right of workers to organize, and earn a livable wage.
We march for a just and humane economic order, and corporate responsibility.
We march for the sanctity of the environment, and all who live in it.
We march for fairness to farmers.
We march for immigration laws for those yearning to breathe free.
We march for universal and affordable healthcare.
We march to have equal access for the physically challenged.
We march for a high-quality education, including college.
We march for an independent judiciary, comprised of impartial judges.
We march to oppose racial, ethnic, religious, and economic profiling.
We march for the restoration of voting rights for ex-felons.
We march for same-day voter registration.
We march this day to call upon conscientious Americans to demand liberty.
We march to reaffirm our Coalition of Conscience-Civil liberties, civil
rights, womens rights, workers rights, economic rights, environmental
rights, and immigration rights, and human rights..
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