Support the Women’s March from #NRA2DOJ July 14 – July 15
“WE KNOW THAT WE ARE NOT SAFE. BUT WE WILL NOT BE INTIMIDATED INTO SILENCE.”
Marchers will gather Friday at 9am in front of the NRA Headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia, and rally beginning at 10am. Marchers will step off at 12pm for the 17-mile march from the NRA to the Department of Justice. Marchers will gather at the Department of Justice on Saturday at 10am.
— Women’s March (@womensmarch) July 11, 2017
Join the Women’s March calling on the NRA to take the following actions:
- Take down the recent irresponsible and dangerous advertisement videos from all social platforms immediately.
- Issue an apology to the American people for the video that suggests armed violence against communities of color, progressives and anyone who does not agree with this Administration’s policies.
- Make a statement to defend Philando Castile’s Second Amendment right to own a firearm and demand the Department of Justice indict the police officer who killed him for exercising his Second Amendment right and his privilege as a licensed concealed carry permit holder. This call is clearly in line with the mission and purpose of the NRA as an organization that purports to be the lobby and defender of the right to bear arms.
- Read the Women’s March co-president Tamika Mallory’s penned open letter to the NRA
- Information on the March: www.womensmarch.com/nra/
- NRA2DOJ on Twitter: @NRA2DOJ
- NRA2DOJ: Facebook event
- Women’s March: www.womensmarch.com
Open letter to the NRA
We wrote this letter to @NRA and they responded with attacks.
— Women’s March (@womensmarch) July 7, 2017
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