January 05, 2005

January 6, 2005 -- Washington DC, Capitol Hill -- 12:00 Noon - Defend Democracy Rally & Vigil!

The Defend Democracy Rally and Vigil is planned for Washington, DC, on January 6th, the day the two houses of Congress meet in joint session to select the next president of the United States. It is scheduled for 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Upper Senate Park. "Make some noise and show the world how .... many of us there are!" Please join ReDefeatBush and the We Do Not Concede Coalition on 1/6/05 outside the U.S. Capitol as we cheer on and then honor the leaders of the Constitutional insurrection against the casting of electoral votes unlawfully secured by Bush and Cheney in the joint session of Congress to receive and tabulate the election results and announce the victor.

Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr.

David Cobb, Green Party Presidential Candidate

Granny D

Other speakers invited, and musical guests

Download Flyer ("Block Bush").

Download Flyer (Martin Luther King).

Download Flyer (January 3rd & January 6th).

Download Flyer (Uncle Sam).

For further information:





Progressive Democrats of America.

Rainbow/PUSH Coalition.

International Labor Communications Association of AFL-CIO.

Cosponsors include CASE-Ohio, Do Not Concede, RedefeatBush.com, Rainbow/PUSH Coalition, Progressive Democrats of America, International Labor Communications Association of AFL-CIO, 51CapitalMarch.com, United for Peace and Justice.

For other posts relating to January 6th events, see http://fairnessbybeckerman.blogspot.com/2004/12/united-for-peace-and-justice-coalition.html, http://fairnessbybeckerman.blogspot.com/2004/12/your-uncle-sam-is-calling-you-be-there.html, http://fairnessbybeckerman.blogspot.com/2004/12/ilca-joins-pda-and-rainbowpush-in-jan.html, http://fairneshttp://fairnessbybeckerman.blogspot.com/2004/12/excellent-poster-for-january-3rd-and.html, http://fairnessbybeckerman.blogspot.com/2004/12/january-6th-procedures.html

For an important article by James Heddle about the significance of what we do on January 6th, go to http://fairnessbybeckerman.blogspot.com/2004/12/landmark-document-by-james-heddle.html

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