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Solidarity With Charlottesville March Today

Solidarity With Charlottesville March Today

Albuquerque Center For Peace And Justice Organizes March

The Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice announced today that they are co-organizing a press conference and march with Rev. William Barber II, national leader of the Moral Monday Movement and the Poor People’s Campaign. The news conference and march will be to show solidarity with Charlottesville.

Here is the rest of the Peace Center’s news release:

The press conference will be held today from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on the University of New Mexico campus, in front of the south entrance to the UNM Student Union Building, near the statues; followed by a short march to Central United Methodist Church, 201 University Blvd. NE, where Rev. Barber will be holding a speaking event at 7 p.m. We will march to Central Ave, west to University Blvd., and north on University Blvd. to Central United Methodist.

The press conference and march are co-sponsored by: Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice, Blessed Oscar Romero Catholic Community, First Unitarian Church, Lighthouse of New Mexico Mosque, Power Through Peace, The Red Nation, the SouthWest Organizing Project, Olé, Jewish Voice for Peace ABQ, Friends of Sabeel ABQ, Sisters of Mercy, NM Interfaith Power & Light, Interfaith Worker Justice NM, Strong Families NM, Equality New Mexico, Islamic Center of NM, NM Black History Organizing Committee, Inscape Ministries, Trinity House Catholic Worker, Grants Chapel AME Church, El Centro de Igualdad y Derechos, NM Women’s March, and One River. Others are pending.

Speakers include: Rev. William Barber, Rev. Angela Herrera (First Unitarian Universalist Church), Father Frank Quintana (Blessed Oscar Romero Catholic Community), Samia Assed (ACP&J), Alan Wagman (JVP ABQ), Cheyenne Antonio (The Red Nation), Tina Kachele (Presiding Clerk, ABQ Friends Mtg. House/Quakers), and Rev. Deborah Hill (pending) (Grants Chapel AME Church).

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  • AmadeusPonens
    August 16, 2017, 3:25 am

    A march sponsored and paid for by Soros and conducted by ANTIFA anarchists. These religious leaders are spineless! They’ll denounce the KKK/neo-nazis (and rightfully so) but they wouldn’t dare critique ANTIFA. I have no hope for the city of ABQ. Its only a matter of time before it becomes an anarchist city where law abiding citizens will be slaughtered if they dare to believe differently than the ANTIFA radical left.

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