Dr. King’s real legacy – Join the 2013 Poor Peoples Campaign & March & ignite a fight for people’s rights

Dr. King’s real legacy – Join the 2013 Poor Peoples Campaign & March & ignite a fight for people’s rights

 

Today April 4th, on the anniversary of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination and this historic year of the 50th anniversary of the Jobs & Freedom March

Let’s rekindle what Dr. King really stood for and ignite a fight for people’s rights…

JOIN THE 2013 POOR PEOPLE’S CAMPAIGN AND MARCH FROM BALTIMORE TO WASHINGTON D.C.
 Where we will convene a People’s Power Assembly that will address how to open up a new movement…
 
We begin in Baltimore on Saturday,  May 11th Don’t miss this historic civil rights walk and March from Baltimore to D.C. or the opportunity to work side by side, in the trenches, with community activists, trade unionists, occupy veterans, students and many others. Be with us in D.C. on Sunday.
 
To read the full CALL go to http://peoplespowerassemblies.org/
 
It is no exaggeration to say that the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would be rolling in his grave to see how the CEO’s of big corporations like McDonald’s have turned his legacy into its very opposite. 
 
If he were alive today Dr. King would be sitting in the streets with the teachers, students, and parents of Chicago’s closing schools.  He would be raising his voice and demanding justice for the families of the victims of police terror like Oscar Grant, Alan Blueford, Kimani Gray or Anthony Anderson Sr.  He  would be insisting on an end to the mass incarceration of youth, today’s “new Jim Crow.”
 
 

THE 2013 POOR PEOPLE’S CAMPAIGN AND MARCH FROM BALTIMORE TO WASHINGTON D.C.
Initiated by: Baltimore Southern Christian Leadership Conference and the Baltimore Peoples Power Assembly
2011 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21218
Phone 410-500-2168 or 410-218-4835

www.PeoplesPowerAssemblies.org