A Call To Stand In Solidarity And Act In Love

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A Call To Stand In Solidarity And Act In Love
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A Call To Stand In Solidarity And Act In Love says
The forces of bigotry, injustice and oppression never take a holiday. Please join Create Community 4 Decatur: Black Lives Matter on December 18 as we gather to stand in solidarity and act in love.

We will meet at 1:30pm at one of either of these assembly points:
-Atlanta Friends Meeting, 701 W Howard Ave, Decatur, GA 30030
-Oakhurst Baptist Church, 222 East Lake Drive, Decatur, GA 30030
-Oakhurst Presbyterian Church, 118 2nd Ave, Decatur, GA 30030

From there we will rally in unison to the heart of the Decatur Business District, Oakhurt's Harmony Park at 2:00pm. There we will promote action against injustice and stand in solidartity and love for our community. Featured Speakers and performers include:
Tariq Abdul-Haqq , Islamic Speakers Bureau
Royce Mann, Paideia School
Pastor Brady Radford, Oakhurst Presbyterian Church
Representatives from immigrant and LGBTQ communities
We will also provide listening ears, music, and information on what you can do to stay active and aware in the upcoming new year.

You can also help by:

-Recruiting your friends and co-workers to march with us. Bring your own signs and banners.
-Inviting your congregation or organization to become a co-sponsor. -Send information about co-sponsors to createcommunity4decatur@gmail.com.
-Promoting the event on Facebook, in your organization’s or neighborhood’s newsletter.

Those with mobility issues are invited to park at the Atlanta Friends Meeting to car pool to Harmony Park.

In case of rain, we will rally at Oakhurst Presbyterian Church.

Sponsoring organizations include: Create Community 4 Decatur: Black Lives Matter; Compassionate Atlanta; Congregation Bet Haverim Black Lives Matter group; Georgia Equality; Jewish Voice for Peace, Atlanta chapter; Oakhurst Baptist Church Racial Justice Mission Group; Oakhurst Presbyterian Church; Quakers for Racial Equality
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By: Create Community 4 Decatur: Black Lives Matter