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Unnecessary austerity cuts and the systematic dismantling of the safety net/social contract threaten all that we stand for. Join our community at Sisters Of The Road as we march for a better future, one for all people.
For a flyer to print and share, visit Sisters' What's Happening page here: http://sistersoftheroad.org/whats-happening-now/
At the end of his life, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. began to focus on the power of a movement made up of those who are dispossessed in the current economic system. This movement will be led by poor communities and communities of color, those who are the most deeply impacted by the law of maximum profit. This power for good will ensure that every person has shelter, good food, safety and dignified work. This is the creative and caring force of the “unsettling force” Dr. King referred to.
Come march with us for the abundance that is in this world to be used by those who created it– come March for the Dream.
Contact: Lucilene Lira, 503.222-5694 ext. 37, email@example.com
*Schedule for the day*
10:00 - Gathering and rally at MLK Jr. Worker Center (NE MLK & Everett), with coffee, hot cocoa and pastries
10:30 - Speakers and music at the Worker Center
11:00 - March begins. We'll cross the river over the Burnside Bridge
11:30 - Stop at Right 2 Dream Too
12:00 - We arrive at Sisters Of The Road and warm up with hot soup, coffee, tea and more
12:30-2:00 - Our Keynote speaker Mic Crenshaw (musician and housing activist) hosts music, theater and open mic
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