IN HONOR OF THE BIRTHDAY OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. & ON THE 203RD CONSECUTIVE DAY OF PROTEST FOR JOBS, PEACE, EQUALITY, AND JUSTICE

MARCH & RALLY FOR ECONOMIC JUSTICE & VOTING RIGHTS

• FOR A NATIONAL JOBS PROGRAM!

• TO END THE WARS IN AFGHANISTAN, IRAQ, AND LIBYA!

• TO PRESERVE WORKER’S RIGHTS AND COLLECTIVE BARGAINING!

• FOR A MORATORIUM ON FORECLOSURES!

• TO OPPOSE PRIVATIZATION OF PUBLIC EDUCATION!

• FOR A NATIONAL HEALTHCARE PROGRAM!

• FOR AN AFFORDABLE COLLEGE EDUCATION!


starts at the Intersection of West Market Street & Springfield Avenue, Newark, New Jersey
(At the Lincoln Monument in front of the Essex County Court House)

PROTEST FOR JOBS & VOTER REGISTRATION (2:00 P.M.)

MARCH TO CITY HALL (3:00 P.M.)

PROGRAM AT CITY HALL, COUNCIL CHAMBERS. (4:00 PM)

SPONSORED BY THE PEOPLE’S ORGANIZATION FOR PROGRESS
CO-SPONSORED BY COUNCILWOMAN MILDRED CRUMP

For more information call             (973) 801-0001

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 155 ORGANIZATIONS THAT HAVE ENDORSED THE DAILY PEOPLE’S PROTEST CAMPAIGN FOR JOBS, PEACE, EQUALITY, AND JUSTICE

A. Philip Randolph Institute of New Jersey, Essex County Chapter, A. Philip Randolph Institute of New Jersey, Union County Chapter, Abyssinian Baptist Church, Africa-Newark International, Inc., Africana Islamic Institute of Camden-New Jersey, Afrikan Poetry Theatre, American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey, American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees-Local 979, American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees-Local 2211, American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees-Local 2216, Anti-Racist Alliance-North New Jersey Chapter, Association for Community Empowerment, Bail Out the People Movement, Baptist Ministers Conference of Newark and Vicinity, Bethany Baptist Church, Black Administrators, Faculty, and Staff Association-SHU, Black Agenda Report, Black Cops Against Police Brutality, Black is Back Coalition, Black Ministers Council of New Jersey, Black Telephone Workers for Justice, Black Urban Alliance, Black Women Against Racism Empowered, Black Workers for Justice, Board of Education for People of African Ancestry, Central Jersey Coalition Against Endless War, Central Northern New Jersey Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, Christian Love Baptist Church, Coalition for Peace Action, Coalition to Save Our Homes, Communications Workers of America-Local 1037, Communications Workers of America-Local-1040, Community Acting Now, Community Awareness Alliance, Community Unity Leadership Council, Concerned Citizens to Revitalize Communities, December 12th Movement, Delta Gamma Psi Sorority-Alpha Chapter of Essex County College, Dominican Student Association of Essex County College, Enough Is Enough Coalition, Essex County College African Student Association, Essex County College Glee Club, Essex County College Student Government Association, Essex County Millions More Movement, Essex Times, Essex-West Hudson Labor Council-AFL-CIO, Faith Christian Center, Freedom Road Socialist Organization/Organización Socialista de Camino para la Libertad-New Jersey/New York District, Friends of Marquis Aquil Lewis, Frontier International, Inc., Greater New Point Baptist Church, Greater Newark Alliance of Black School Educators, Inc., Green Drinks Newark, Green Party of Essex and Passaic Counties, Independent Workers Movement, International Action Center, International African Arts Festival, International Concerned Family & Friends of Mumia Abu Jamal, International Longshoremen’s Association-Local 1233, International Longshoremen’s Association-Local 2049, International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement-African People’s Socialist Party, International Youth Organization, Ivy Hill Neighborhood Association, Kabili Tayari, Deputy Mayor, Jersey City, Kim’s Corner TV, Kwanzaa Collective, La Casa De Don Pedro, Martin Luther King Birthday Committee of Bergen County, Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Committee of Elizabeth, Metropolitan Baptist Church, Mothers of Murdered Sons & Daughters, Mount Olive Baptist Church of Hackensack, Mu Beta Kappa Chapter of Essex County College, Muhammad Mosque #25, Muslims Outreach for Anti-Violence, My Father Knows Best, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People-Irvington Branch, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People New Britain Branch, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People-New Brunswick Area Branch, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People-Newark Branch, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People-Oranges and Maplewood Branch, National Association of Kawaida Organizations, National Black Independent Political Party-New Jersey Chapter, National Black United Front, National Council of Negro Women-Newark Section, National Organization for Women-New Jersey Branch, National Religious Leaders of African Ancestry, National United Youth Council, New Black Panther Party, New Hope Baptist Church, New Jersey African American Political Alliance, New Jersey Association of Black Psychologists, New Jersey Black Issues Convention, New Jersey Chapter-National Action Network, New Jersey Citizen Action, New Jersey Environmental Justice Alliance, New Jersey Immigrant and Worker Rights Coalition, New Jersey Jericho Movement, New Jersey Labor Against the War, New Jersey Millions More Movement Coalition, New Jersey One Plan One Nation Coalition, New Jersey Peace Action, New Jersey State Industrial Union Council/Solidarity Singers, New Jersey Tenants Organization, New Reform Caucus of the Newark Teachers Union, N.J. Monitors, New York State Freedom Party, Newark Anti Violence Coalition, Newark North Jersey Committee of Black Churchmen, Newark Teachers Association/NJEA-ECEA, North Carolina Public Service Workers Union-Local 150, North Jersey Local Residents Work Force, Occupy Newark, October 2011 Movement, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity-Upsilon Phi Chapter, Parents Advocacy & Service Academy, Parents and Families of Murdered Children, Pat Perkins-Auguste Civic Association, Philadelphia Innocence Project, Pro-African Purpose, Refal, Inc., Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union-UFCW-Local 108, Ronald C. Rice Civic Association, Roots Revisited, Saint Peter Sounds of Praise Church, Secondary Parent Council, Senator Ronald L. Rice, Chairman-New Jersey Legislative Black Caucus, Service Employees International Union-32BJ, Service Employees International Union-Local 617, Service Employees International Union 1199 NJ-UHE, St. Matthews A.M.E. Church, Social Responsibilities Council, Unitarian Society of Ridgewood, South Orange/Maplewood MLK Holiday Committee, Statewide Parent Advocacy Network, Inc., StreetDoctor, The Art of Survival Corporation, The Black Forum of Passaic, The Coalition for Effective Newark Public Schools, The Committee to Eliminate Media Offensive to African People, The Kasim Washington Group, The Newark Water Group, Union County Peace Council, Utility Workers Union of America-New Jersey State Union Council, United Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League, United Parents Network, Universal Hip-Hop Parade for Social Justice, Veterans for Peace-Chapter 021, Voices of Change and Liberation, Wayne Smith Civic Association, Wayne Smith Educational Foundation, We Care Partners, Inc., West Ward Collective, Winning In Spite Of Learning Center, Women in Support of the Million Man March, World African Diaspora Union


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