VIGIL & MARCH FOR JUSTICE IN GAZA
NEW YORK Joins National Days of Action in Honor of Reverend
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
OPEN FOR ALL Led By Women & Children
Monday, JANUARY 19, 2009
Location: Union Square. 14th st. Then march to the Washington Square Park
Direction: Trains: L,N,Q,R,W,4,5,6 to Union Square
– Stop the War and Siege of Gaza!
– End All U.S. Aid to Israel!
– SUPPORT PALESTINIAN RIGHT TO SELF DEFENSE
RESTORE THE PALESTINIANS OF GAZA TO
THEIR RIGHTFUL HOMES
– End the Israeli Occupation of Palestine!
On Monday January 19th, 2009, people all across the United States will
celebrate the life, legacy, and birthday of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther
King, Jr., who was assassinated by a racist’s bullet on April 4th,
1968. Dr. King was one of the foremost leaders of the Black civil
rights movement in this country, an organizer extraordinaire for peace
and justice, and an eloquent orator who challenged racism, injustice,
and oppression everywhere.
Approximately 1,400 Palestinians have been slaughtered since the
Israeli Massacres of Gaza began 17 days ago, with over 4,600 injured
and the Massacres by the Zionist Israeli State Continue Unabated as
the world watches in silence & complicity.
The thousands and thousands of Black civil rights organizers and
activists, with Dr. King as one of their representatives, were people
of courageous action, many of whom gave their lives to the struggle
for Black liberation, and they would not have stood idly by while this
new war on the Palestinians is being waged.