For Immediate Release:
Today is Trump’s birthday-Into the Streets #TrumpPenceOutNow!
WHAT: Protest rally, DJ’s, photo-op #BunkerBirthday #BoyBye
Washington DC, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Houston, LA, Minneapolis, Seattle, SF
NO MORE POLICE MURDER OF BLACK PEOPLE
TRUMP/PENCE OUT NOW!
The Trump/Pence regime is escalating its threats against protesters. RefuseFascism.org calls for an AN ESCALATION of NON-VIOLENT RESISTANCE in the fight for justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and all victims of police murder and terror.
“If we want to end white supremacy, we must start by ousting the White Supremacist-in Chief from the White House,” says Carl Dix of RefuseFascism.org. “On Trump’s birthday, let’s fill the streets & SAY GET OUT!! In D.C. and everywhere.”
“At Washington DC’s Lafayette Park, a protest and speak-out will take place, with DJ’s Nativesun, Underdog & Stylus, group singing, interactive performance, and fitting birthday favors,” Dix says. “We’ll celebrate the removal of white supremacist monuments and demand the immediate removal of the fascist one occupying the White House.”
“We are at a serious crossroads,” says Refuse Fascism’s Coco Das. “Trump is not just speaking the language of fascism, he’s acting on it – calling out the military and his fascist shock troops and labeling righteous protesters ‘domestic terrorists’ – an ominous step towards consolidating an American fascism, white supremacy, xenophobia and patriarchy wrapped in the Bible and the American flag.”
But an uprising of the people has proven that they are not all powerful. We are the force that can stop this regime, millions of us in cities and towns across the country demanding TrumpPence Out Now, and every day shows us even more starkly: Trump and his whole regime must go NOW.
Give the world a Trump birthday to remember, and a reason to rejoice!
This nightmare must end. The Trump/Pence regime must go! In the name of humanity, we refuse to accept a fascist America.
Atlanta Sunday June 14 4:00 – 7:00 pm Forsyth & Marietta Streets at the statue.
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