Week 2 Albany Non-Violent Moral Direct Action
Start: Monday, May 21, 2018• 1:30 PM • Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT-05:00)
Week 2: Linking Systemic Racism and Poverty: Voting Rights, Ending Mass Incarceration, Justice for Immigrants and Indigenous Communities, and Ending Islamophobia
The Poor People's Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is undertaking 40 Days of Action to launch a massive movement to address the evils of systemic racism, poverty, militarism, and ecological devastation. Every week for six weeks all kinds of people across the country will congregate at their state capitals to raise awareness about the unique and common ways they are affected by the evils. Some will participate in civil disobedience to withdraw their consent from a status quo that doesn't prioritize the basic rights and needs of humans.
Fill out this form so that we can ensure you have the proper information and accommodations you may need to get there and participate in the action for week 2.
- 7 am - Buses leaving from New York City. Free will donation is appreciated. Meet at Union Theological Seminary, 120th and Claremont.
- 11 am - Training for those considering civil disobedience, The Shrine Church of Our Lady of the Americas, 273 Central Avenue. Lunch will be provided. (Those not considering CD may also attend, or join us for the march at 1:30.)
- 1:30 pm - March leaves from The Shrine Church to the Capitol.
- 3 pm - Arrive at Capitol.
Other transportation info:
SYRACUSE: Meet 7:15am for carpooling at University United Methodist Church, parking corner of University Ave. and Ashworth Place. Contact Bonnie Shoultz at email@example.com with questions.
BUFFALO: Contact Virginia, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Sandra, 716-913-8873, for carpool information.
ITHACA: Carpool details pending. Contact Tim at email@example.com for details.
ROCHESTER: Carpool details pending. Contact Joe at 585-454-0431 for details.
NOTE: This action includes a march of about one mile. If you need transportation assistance for that portion of the action, please be sure to note that in 'accessibility accommodations'