From: UFPJ <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, Jun 12, 2012 at 10:51 AM
Subject: Father's Day Silent March to End Stop & Frisk
|Next Sunday, June 17th, tens of thousands of New Yorkers will march down Fifth Ave. demanding an end to stop and frisk.
Our hope is that this event will be so large that the media will no longer be able to ignore the growing movement demanding changes in policing practices in NYC. Momentum is building - over 230 organizations have already endorsed June 17th - and what we do in these next few days will determine whether this will be a big march, or a tremendous one.
Can you join us? Will you help get the word out about this timely and important mobilization?
Here are the details:
Father's Day Silent March to End Stop and Frisk
Sunday, June 17th - march begins at 3 pm.
Assemble on West 110th St. between Central Park West/8th Ave. and Fifth Ave.
Enter the assembly area from the west or from the north, NOT from the east.
Closest subway stops: Cathedral Parkway (110 St) on the B and C trains, Central Park North (110 St.) on the 2 and 3 trains.
Contingents are being assigned locations within the assembly area.
The March will step off at 110th St. and Fifth Ave.
We will march south on Fifth Ave. to 78th St.
Mayor Bloomberg's mansion is on 79th St., just east of Fifth Ave.
This will be a silent march for the entire route!
More information, including leaflets you can download and copy, is available on our website at: http://www.silentmarchnyc.org
Please do whatever you can to help spread the word:
United for Peace & Justice