Pro-Obama Rally: Thousands Expected In DC

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The event will showcase the diversity of Obama’s supporters and champion his work in to advance community building, environmental justice, and educational and economic opportunities for all people.

 [Election 2008]

 

 

Diversity4Obama, an all-volunteer grassroots organization supporting Senator Barack Obama for President is expecting thousands of Obama supporters from around the country to join the Walk for Change and Obama Rally in WashingtonDC this Saturday, September 13th, 2008. 

 

The event will showcase the diversity of Obama’s supporters and champion his work in to advance community building, environmental justice, and educational and economic opportunities for all people. 

 

The event begins at 12:00 Noon at FreedomPlaza moving to the Lincoln Memorial by 1:30pm and will end at 5:00 p.m.  Speakers and performers, representing diverse populations and groups from around the country, will address the crowd on the east side of the Lincoln Memorial once the walkers have arrived at approximately1:30 p.m. 

 

For a map of the route and more information, please visit www.diversity4obama.org.

 

Diversity4Obama is an ethnic, religious, age and socio-economic diverse group supporting Senator Obama’s campaign for presidency. This grass-roots organization was formed in efforts to support Obama’s agenda of restoring the American government, and promoting genuine democracy. 

 

More information, as well as a full schedule and list of speakers and performers, can be found at www.diversity4obama.org.

 

 

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