February 28, 2014
On Saturday, March 8th, a coalition of local non-profit, community, political, youth, religious and other organizations led by Organizing for Action’s Harlem/ Northern Manhattan Chapter will welcome twenty-six premier cyclists – representing the twenty-six lives that were lost in Newtown – as they arrive in Harlem en-route to our Nation’s Capital to raise awareness about the impact of gun violence on our society.
We invite you to join us for a day of action to promote America’s need for stronger gun violence prevention legislation. Let’s show the world that we stand in solidarity with all those who have been impacted by gun violence in Harlem, Newtown and around the world.
Saturday, March 8, 2014
3:30 pm – “145th Street Bridge Welcome”
Join us as we line up along the bridge to welcome the riders as they enter Harlem. Bring your welcome signs and your best cheers!
4:00 pm – Welcome Ceremony at National Action Network
106 West 145th Street, Between Lenox and Adam Clayton Powell Blvd
Hear local leaders speak truth to power about the impact of gun violence on our communities and learn how you can take action to help us end gun violence.
Let’s take a stand against gun violence – together or March 8th.
Harlem Proud. Harlem Strong. Let’s Mobilize!
RSVP by March 4th!
|Sandy Hook Ride on Washington Route