Baltimore National People’s Power Assembly Dec 15 2012

The Baltimore Peoples Assembly is convening a national summit in their city –

Baltimore has been hard hit by police killings and terror, budget cuts, foreclosures and joblessness — BUT the people are fighting back

Join Us for


Saturday December 15 11:00am – 8:30pm

Lovely Lane United Methodist Church
2200 St. Paul St.
Baltimore MD 21218

3 blocks north of North Ave, near all major bus lines at North Ave., Charles St. & St. Paul St.

Dec. 15th will offer the people’s movement an opportunity to assess what we need to do to prepare for the coming year. Join in people’s hearings, plenums, floor discussion and in break out groups.

  • Building Peoples Power – “What does that mean?”
  • How can we prepare for the “fiscal cliff” and the fight against austerity?
  • How can we stop police terror and win jobs, education, and health care
  • End mass incarceration! Fight for community control of police!
  • Stop foreclosures & evictions – Defend immigrant and civil rights
  • From Walmart to Wendy’s to the Hyatt – fighting for worker’s rights
  • Social change, not climate change
  • Say no to racism and anti–women and LGBTQ bigotry
  • And much more

If you need housing for Friday or Saturday

Please email The people of Baltimore will open their hearts and homes to those who need housing. Bring a sleeping bag or air mattress. There is also hostel space in downtown Baltimore at the HI Baltimore hostel,17 W. Mulberry St., Baltimore, MD 21201. You can call them at 410-578-8880 or go to This hostel is relatively close to the summit. You can take the free downtown Circulator bus to North Ave and walk several blocks.

Transportation to Baltimore

The BOLT BUS stops at Penn Station which is within walking distance (.9 miles) of the Assembly (or take the free Circulator bus or MTA bus to North Ave.). Please note that there are other inexpensive coach buses but they drop off passengers on the outskirts of Baltimore City in the county and transportation from these areas is sporadic and sparse. Our organizers will be busy doing transportation pickups in the city, and will not be able to accommodate pickups outside of Baltimore. The Amtrak train runs services from BWI airport to Penn Station.

If you drive, there is easy and accessible street parking. If you park at a meter, the costs are very cheap but be aware that meters are in effect on Saturdays. There is also non-metered parking.

Funds & Volunteers are needed.

Please consider helping us with the many costs of the Assembly, the cost of the hall, food, and literature. Please visit to make a much-needed donation.

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We will also be live streaming for those who cannot attend in person.

Learn more about the Peoples Power Assemblies Movement.

Read the National Call to Create Build & Multiply People’s Power Assemblies

Baltimore Peoples Assembly
2011 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21218
410-500-2168 or 410-218-4835