MAKE HISTORY: JOIN THE 2013 POOR PEOPLES CAMPAIGN MARCH
RECLAIM DR. KING JR’S DREAM DURING THIS HISTORIC YEAR –
2013 MARKS THE 50TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE 1963 JOBS & FREEDOM MARCH
AND THE 45TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE 1968 POOR PEOPLES CAMPAIGN
ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE POOR PEOPLES CAMPAIGN IGNITE A FIGHT FOR PEOPLE’S RIGHTS
2013 POOR PEOPLES CAMPAIGN & MARCH FROM BALTIMORE TO WASHINGTON D.C.
Beginning on Saturday, May 11th – the anniversary weekend of the Poor Peoples Campaign, we will hold a civil rights walk and March from Baltimore to Washington D.C. and arrive in Washington on Sunday, May 12, 2013.
We invite people from around the country to join us in Baltimore on May 11th.
There will be support vehicles to ensure that everyone can participate, regardless of physical ability.
to the growing LIST OF ENDORSERS
Baltimore Southern Christian Leadership Conference and the Baltimore
People’s Power Assembly
Metropolitan Baltimore Council AFL-CIO
Metropolitan Washington D.C. Council AFL-CIO
United Food and Commercial Workers Minority Coalition
Anthony Anderson Sr. family, Baltimore, Md.
Justice for Alan Blueford Coalition, Oakland, Calif.
Alan Blueford family, Oakland, Calif.
Oscar Grant Foundation, Oakland, Calif.
United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400
National Lawyers Guild, Maryland
Northwestern High School Alumni Association, Baltimore, Md.
All Peoples Congress, Baltimore
Peace House, Washington D.C.
Southern Workers Assembly
Bailout the People Movement, Wisconsin
Teamsters Local 808, NY
Community-Labor United for Postal Jobs & Services
Communications Workers of America Local 1180, New York, NY
Moratorium Now! Coalition to Stop Foreclosures
, Evictions and Utility Shut-offs, Detroit, Mich.
Michigan Emergency Committee Against War & Injustice (MECAWI),
Community Churches United, Baltimore
South Central Neighborhood Council, Los Angeles, Calif.
Community Postal Workers United
Southern California Immigration Coalition, Los Angeles, Calif.
Harvard Blvd Block Club, Los Angeles, Calif.
Pledge of Resistance, Baltimore
Fund Our Communities
Baltimore Phil Berrigan Memorial Chapter Veterans for Peace
United Steel Workers Local 8751, Boston School Bus Drivers
Clarence Thomas, West Coast Million Worker March Movement
International Longshore Workers Union Local 10 Executive Board
Millions More Movement
Mario Romero Foundation, Vallejo, Calif.
Maurice Johnson family, Baltimore, Md.
David Yimm family, Baltimore, Md.
Pastor Tony Grayson, Pastor of the House of Restoration Church,
Oakland Hills, Calif.
Richie Armstrong, Community Churches United
Tom Dodge, Save Our Post Office
Arnold Jolivet, President Maryland Minority Contract Association
Attorney J. Wyndal Gordon, Warrior Lawyer
Kay Adler – Black Red American Indian Voices
May 1st Immigrant and Workers Rights Coalition
Mike Reid, Ex Director Veterans for Peace
Andre Powell, AFSCME Delegate Baltimore Metropolitan AFL-CIO Council
Frank M. Conaway, Baltimore City Circuit Court Clerk
Gwen Shelton, President Matthew Henson Community Association
Sandra Almond-Cooper, President Mondawmin Improvement Association
Henry Burris, President, Vulcan Blazers
Blake Watson, President Lancaster, PA NAACP
Dr. Arnold Howard, Enon Baptist Church
Rev. Mother Meredith Moise
Dennis L. Serrette, CWA-Labor Fight back
Christina Flowers, Talk Magazine
Maryland Jericho Chapter
Delaware Chapter, Campaign to End the Death Penalty
Coalition to Protect Civil Freedoms
Western New York Drilling Defense
Burning Books, Buffalo
Curtis Black, Angels Helping Angels
Greta Carter-Willis — Kevin Cooper Foundation
Pam Africa of International Concerned Family and Friends for Mumia
Dr. Anthony Monteiro, Assoc. Director, Institute for the Study of
Race and Social Thought, Temple Univ.
United National Anti-War Coalition
Jimmy Gittings, President, American Federation of School
Administrators (AFSA) Lo. 25
Peoples Video Network
Onyx, Oakland, Calif.
People’s Organization for Progress (POP), Newark, NJ
Workers World Party
Council of Elders, RI
Washington Peace Center
Families United for Racial & Economic Equality FUREE, Brooklyn, NY
RI Peoples Assembly
Unemployed Council, RI
SOS Save Our Schools Coalition, RI
Rosa Parks Human Rights Committee
Justice for Joshua Robinson Committee, RI
New York Chapter of the National Writers Union, UAW 1981
Dorinda Moreno, U.S. Liaison, International Tribunal of Conscience
We Are Family D.C.
International Action Center
Women’s Fightback Network
Susan E. Davis, National Writers Union, United Auto Workers Local
Annie Chambers, Regional President Nat’l Welfare Rights Union, Take
It to the Streets
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