'Stand in Solidarity' March from KSU to Gwangan and Candlelight Vigil
Awareness March and Vigil
Saturday December 13, 2014
WHY: Because black lives don’t matter enough, to enough people, in the USA; because there is a problem with police brutality in the USA; because the justice system consistently fails black people in the USA
Our Purpose, Our Hope: Today, we Stand in Solidarity with the March on Washington and all those in the world protesting against injustice. We gather to raise awareness here in Korea and have a moment of silence for all the lives lost every 28 hours, and show an international community wanting to see a change in the equality of all persons everywhere.
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We will meet at 2pm-2:30 KSU (Table Talk)
Make posters/ few poems/ chants/ songs (bring supplies for posters or your own signs)
We will begin our march at 2:30 to Gwangan (Map attached)
Around 3pm-3:30 arrive at Gwangan
Speeches, purpose, songs, chants
Lighting of candles (signify a solidarity, a coming together, a responsibility for our fellow man, and the encouragement of truth and justice for all)
Moment of silence (leads into a reading of victim’s name)
Reading of victims’ names
5pm Follow-up at HQ
Sharkey’s will also be offering a free drink with any meal purchased that day, until 7pm as well.
**Feel free to meet us at any point along the march. Dress Warmly.
Our over all purpose is to shed light on ALL the lives lost and reveal the current inequalities. Any funds raised will go to http://dreamdefenders.org/
The Dream Defenders develop the next generation of radical leaders to realize and exercise our independent collective power. Through the promotion of voting and changing laws as well as law makers.
Thanks to our current sponsors: Table Talk, HQ, Sharkey's, Eva's Ticket, Thirsty Moose, and the Basement.
If you're interested in becoming a sponsor or donating to the cause, please contact us!