Thursday, September 20th, the eve of the International Day of Peace,
5:30 PM Niagara Square
A time to stand together for the world we want for our children and grandchildren’s children
As you need not be told it is critical we “unite the struggles” and create a “movement of movements” to stand for the moral principles all our religions and moral foundation of our country’s founding- we are all one. To raise to a new level all our ongoing work to end the violence of: poverty, racism, military spending and war, and to immigrants, to women and to Mother Earth.
“The choice is not between violence and nonviolence but between nonviolence and nonexistence.” Martin Luther King Jr.
We will build on The Poor Peoples Campaign, Campaign Nonviolence, the Women's March, World Refugee Day and Niagara Square Solidarity Rally