EndFamily Separation NYC Rally and March

On June 30, New Yorkers will join together with dozens of other cities in a National Day of Action to Fight for Families and to demand that Donald Trump and his administration stop separating kids from their parents! Families belong together, and we need to end this — NOW!

Every day, this administration threatens the very future of our communities. The conditions these children are being subjected to is deplorable and un-American. We hope to see thousands of people in the streets and at the border on June 30th demanding this policy end!

All New Yorkers are encouraged to attend! Families and children are welcome on Saturday, 6/30. This will be a permitted event. We will be meeting at Foley Square and marching across the Brooklyn Bridge to Cadman Plaza.

The current schedule is as follows:

10:00am – People begin gathering at Foley Square
10:30am – Preparing to step off for march
10:45am – Stepping off for march across Brooklyn Bridge
11:30am – Marchers begin arriving at Cadman Plaza in Brooklyn
11:45am – Official rally program starts
1:00pm – Rally concludes

To join the NYC organizing efforts for this action, please fill out this form: http://bit.ly/SupportJune30NYC

Note: Saturday is forecasted to be sunny and in the upper 80s. We advise everyone to dress comfortably and bring water to stay cool. There will be minimal shade, so we advise sunblock and hats to stay protected.

Action Group Network
Adventists for Social Justice
African Communities Together
Amnesty International USA
Arab American Association of New York
Asian American Federation
Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund
Atlas DIY
Bangladeshi Feminist Collective
Beit Simchat Torah
Black Alliance for Just Immigration
Brooklyn For Peace
Buddhist Action Coalition
CAAAV Organizing Asian Communities
Callen Lorde Community Health Center
Caring for Us Indivisible
Children’s Defense Fund-New York
Chinese-American Planning Council
Chinese Progressive Association
Cidadão Global
Citizens Union of the City of New York
Common Cause/NY
Community Free Democrats
Congregation Beit Simchat Torah
Direct Action Everywhere NYC
DRUM – Desis Rising Up & Moving
Empire State Indivisible
Faith In New York
Fast Food Justice
Freedom Socialist Party
GAPIMNY— Empowering Queer & Trans Asian Pacific Islanders
Global Citizen
Greater New York Labor-Religion Coalition
Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network
Human Rights Campaign
Human Rights First
Immigrant Defense Project
Indivisible Nation BK
Indivisible Upper East Side
Jacob Riis Neighborhood Settlement
Japanese American Citizens League
Jews For Racial & Economic Justice
Judson Memorial Church
Lawyers For Children
LSA Family Health Service
Make the Road NY
March For Our Lives NYC
March for Truth
MinKwon Center of Community Action
National Writers Union / UAW Local 1981
Neighbors link
New Immigrant Community Empowerment
The New Sanctuary Coalition
New York Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services, Inc.
New York Communities For Change
New York Civil Liberties Union
New York Immigration Coalition
New York Society For Ethical Culture
One Spirit Learning Alliance
People’s Climate Movement NY
Progressive Doctors
Queens Community House
Refuse Fascism NYC
Revolting Lesbians
Rise and Resist NYC
Sanctuary for Families
Sister District Project
South Asian Fund for Education, Scholarship, and Training
The Shul of New York
Trinity Wall Street Church
UAW Local 2110, Technical, Office and Professional Union
Upper West Side MoveOn/Indivisible Action Group
Veterans For Peace – NYC Chapter 034
WE ACT for Environmental Justice
The Workmen’s Circle
YMCA of Greater New York

Accessibility Information:

Closest subway stations with elevators:
Foley Square:
Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall (4, 5, 6 Lines)
Elevator east of City Hall near Chambers Street and Centre Street.

Chambers St (1, 2, 3 Lines)
Elevator at northwest corner of Hudson and Chambers Streets.

Cadman Plaza:
Borough Hall (2 and 3 Lines: both directions) & (4 and 5 Lines: northbound only; access from 2 and 3 Line platform)
Elevator in front of Supreme Court Building at Court Street and Montague Street.

There will be ASL translation for the speaking program at Cadman Plaza.

Entry and exit points for the Brooklyn Bridge are wheelchair accessible.

The march will be 1.6 miles in duration, and there are no exit points once we’re on the bridge. Anyone who is concerned about their ability to complete the entire march is invited to go directly to Cadman Plaza at 11:30 am.

Note: By choosing to attend this event, you are committing to participate nonviolently and in accordance with the law, to work to de-escalate confrontations with others, and to obey the orders of authorized event marshals and of law enforcement. You also acknowledge that you are solely responsible for any injury or damage to your person or property resulting from or occurring during this event and that you release all event sponsors and organizers (and their officers, directors, employees, and agents) from any liability for that injury or damage.


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