Million People's March, In New Jersey, Announced

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Larry Hamm

New York State Assembly member Charles Barron, Councilmember Inez Barron and NYC community leaders endorse the million peoples march in Newark, New Jersey. A statement on racism in America will be released.

Date: Wednesday, July 8th, 2015

Time: 1 PM

Place: Steps of New York City Hall

Contact: Mrs. Viola Plummer (718) 257-5824.

Chairman of the People’s Organization for Progress, in Newark New Jersey, Lawrence Hamm, will come to New York to join Assembly member Charles Barron, Councilmember Inez Barron and NYC community leaders to announce the July 25th Million People’s March against police brutality, racial injustice, and economic inequality in Newark, NJ. “We’ve called this march in protest to the ongoing murder of unarmed Black men, women and children, by the police," said by Mr. Hamm.

“America is a racial powder keg about to explode. The people are fed up. Black Lives Matter!” said Assembly member Charles Barron, who will be releasing an audacious statement on racism in America.



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