A revived and unified, on-the-ground movement for peace and social justice, and against racism, poverty and police violence, is badly needed in the U.S. today. We call on peace, anti-poverty, anti-racist and other progressive organizations, and all persons of conscience:
Come to Chicago, on August 25, 2018, and help us send a strong message: No more war! No more police violence! Fund human needs, not destruction and death! Respect human rights at home and abroad!
Rally at Noon, Richard J. Daley Plaza,
50 W. Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois.
March at 1 pm
to Grant Park and the Gen. John Logan Statue,
scene of the most iconic protest
at the 1968 convention.
WERE YOU PRESENT AT THE DEMONSTRATIONS DURING THE ’68 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION? If so, please come and share your story! Before the main event at noon, starting at 11 a.m., we will be set up to record brief oral histories of people who were there in ’68. Just come by the stage and you can tell us where you were, your perspective on what you were trying to do, and what happened. We would love to hear what you have to say, and we will record it for posterity. Come testify!