Electeds Hosting ‘Lower East Side Rally Against Hate’ Tonight in Tompkins Square Park

Posted on: January 30th, 2017 at 10:13 am by
Photo: Suzy Khimm

Photo: Suzy Khimm

In case you’re fuming over, among other things, Fuhrer Trump’s executive orders – and overall presence in the Oval Office – there’s another protest rally planned on the Lower East Side for later tonight.

Per the Facebook invite:

SAVE THE DATE! “Lower East Side Rally Against Hate”
Tompkins Square Park – You can enter on 7th Street and Ave B or Ave A. Rally happening at the Former Bandshell area (open space).

Join Councilwoman Rosie Mendez, elected officials, faith leaders, and community organizers to stand together against the Trump Administration’s Executive Orders targeting Muslims and all immigrants.

Time: 6:30pm until 7:30pm
Join together to tell Donald Trump #NoBanNoWall

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