30. September 2017 - 10:00 till 17:00
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March for Racial Justice | Washington, District of Columbia | Saturday, 30. September 2017

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On Saturday, September 30, 2017 we invite you to march through downtown DC and rally for racial justice. We will be lining up at Lincoln Park on Capitol Hill between 10 a.m and 12 p.m, marching to the Capitol and past the Department of Justice at 12:30, before culminating at the National Mall between 4th and 7th Streets.

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Read our full mission and vision as well as Why 9/30 on www.m4rj.com.

M4RJ Mission
Our mission is to harness the national unrest and dissatisfaction with racial injustice into a national mobilization that strengthens local and nationwide efforts for racial equity and justice.

We are mobilizing a coalition of organizations, groups and individuals to stand together for racial justice on September 30 in Washington, DC. We invite you to stand with us. Our vision is simple: to create a just and equitable future for communities of color, so that we may all thrive together.
  • Love Black Women and Girls on Purpose. #MarchforBlackWomen marching unified with March for Racial Justice. Sept 30, 2017, D.C. Learn more: www.MarchforBlackWomen.org
  • The March for Racial Justice is angered and saddened to hear that St. Louis police officer, Jason Stockley, was acquitted today from killing Anthony Lamar Smith, after shooting him in the head five times from less than six inches away. This verdict falls on the 54th anniversary of the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama, when white supremacists killed 4 black girls aged 11-14 in that terrorist attack. It comes two days after the DOJ declared that it will not bring charges against Baltimore PD in the killing of Freddie Gray, whose spine was snapped in the back of a police van. This Stockley verdict is the latest among a pattern of not-guilty verdicts in police killing cases. Earlier this year, Jeronimo Yanez, the officer who murdered Philando Castile, was acquitted, an unjust verdict that inspired the March for Racial Justice. The murders of innocent Americans by police continue unabated. We are here to say no more. No more killer police. No more police violence. No more acquittals of police murderers. No more death at the hands of white supremacists. State sanctioned white supremacy has afflicted this nation since centralized municipal police departments emerged in the 1830s. For 187 years, the truth of policing has become clearer and clearer - it has no regard for the value of black and brown life. As long as there has been systemic and institutionalized violence against our nation’s black and brown citizens, there has been a movement to dismantle it. This tradition continues today. Since the killing of Trayvon Martin in 2012, the nation’s eyes and ears routinely come back to another dead black man, woman, or child killed at the hands of police. Killed again with police and media-led character assassination. Killed a third time as the justice system fails the victims and their loved ones. Killed a fourth time when the victims’ murderers are rewarded - in the way Philando Castile’s killer was paid $48,500 to resign. We have a president who publicly encourages police “not to be too nice” to suspects. We have a government who has never felt it necessary to count the lives that have been taken by police. This current administration recently lifted the ban on excess military weapons being given to local police departments. AG Sessions is now putting all PD reform agreements under review effectively killing the little progress that’s been made. We stand in solidarity and deep love with Anthony Lamar Smith’s family and friends, the Anti-Racist Collective - ARC, and the St, Louis community at large - all who’ve been fighting for justice for Smith for five long years. On September 30th, we march for them and countless others who have been failed by our racist police and legal system.
  • We Are Marching Because Kenneka Jenkins should be alive #MarchforBlackWomen www.marchforblackwomen.org
  • We're so close to reaching $10,000! Who can help us get there? Go to https://www.generosity.com/community-fundraising/march-for-racial-justice--2/x/17234081
  • It is crunch time for all the volunteers at M4RJ. We are only 2 weeks away! We are grateful to our 172 funders, but almost 9,000 on this page alone say they are coming. M4RJ is a community effort. We can't pay M4RJ vendors in likes and views - we need your support. Only $10 a piece would put us past our funding needs. Please contribute today! CLICK and DONATE: https://www.generosity.com/community-fundraising/march-for-racial-justice--2 #M4RJ None of us are free, until all of us are free.
  • It is crunch time for all the volunteers at M4RJ. We are only 2 weeks away. We are grateful to our 167 funders, but almost 9,000 on this page alone say they are coming. M4RJ is a community effort. We can't pay M4RJ vendors in likes - we need your support. Only $10 a piece would put us past our funding needs. Please contribute today!
  • NAACP Martinsburg, Berkeley County branch membership unanimously voted to support the MARCH FOR RACIAL JUSTICE on September 30th in Washington, DC We are working in conjunction with WOMENS MARCH WEST VIRGINIA to organize buses for marchers from the Eastern Panhandle of WV
  • We are deeply honored to have youth minister Steven Douglas who knew Terrence Sterling who was shot and killed by a DC Police officer last year. Steven has been organizing on behalf of Terrence's family and he will join us to speak at the March for Racial Justice on 9/30.
  • The March for Racial Justice strives to advance the demolition of systemic inequality and its causes in America. This includes ensuring that women of color – especially Black women – are centered in our efforts. We at #M4RJ proudly and are honored to endorse the March for Black Women. Black Women's Blueprint
  • We're at 8,888! That's cool! But we need some more support. Please go to https://igg.me/at/ol7YLIKIObU Thank you!
  • I'm posting this to our temple community calendar. Where is the march happening in DC?
  • Hey! We're organizing a trip by bus to the event in D.C. and are wondering where to have the bus pick us up after the rally. Does anybody have advice or a spot they know of? The info on their site isn't very clear/helpful.
  • MAINE SUPPORTERS: The ME March for Racial Justice will be held Sunday, October 1, at 12 pm in Waterville, ME. Please read this statement for our mission, purpose, and event details.
  • How can I find out where marches will be throughout the country?
  • I hear there is going to be a candlelight vigil or something like that evening. Anyone have more info?
  • We are coordinating a group of bucket drummers (including folks with no prior drumming experience) to keep the energy up and support chants during the march. Our goal is not to overpower, but to respectfully boost the march's message, in support of all the organizers' hard work. Follow our page to stay up to date: ResistanceBEATS Bucket Drum Brigade Interested in joining us as a drummer? Join our group at ResistanceBEATS Bucket Drum Brigade: Member Group. We have a simple bucket drum-building video tutorial to get you started!
  • Only $39 to reach $7000! Who can help us get there? Go to https://igg.me/at/ol7YLIKIObU Thank you.
  • Thank you to everyone who's contributed thus far. We have only a couple of weeks to raise some of the necessary funds to make the march a successful event. Please go to https://igg.me/at/ol7YLIKIObU to make a contribution and please share the link. Thank you!
  • I am glad my family is going love you guys I am not sure if I would be able to make it power to the people
  • DC area! Wanna volunteer your time to canvass for March for Racial Justice! Our flyers are here but complete this Doodle if you wanna buddy up! https://www.dropbox.com/sh/3r78ajrdc8tbzmq/AAClHKp_XrPpSTAxnDEoeW4za?dl=0
  • Does anyone in the D.C area know where I should park for the march? I'm coming from Rochester which is about 5 hrs ago. So any info on parking etc would be awesome.
  • Is there a link for the March in NYC on Oct 1?
  • Race in the U.S. | A free public course at The New School In person and livestreamed. Take advantage of this phenomenal opportunity.
  • March to Confront White Supremacy: from Charlottesville to D.C. Vigil @cville2dc getting pressure from @NatlParkService to vacate. Please contact the NPS at (202) 426-6829 and ask them to let the vigil continue as planned. #confrontwhitesupremacy #cville2dc #m4rj #heretostay
  • If you are in DC this Saturday, we need your help organizing!