Join Democrats Abroad to attend Prague's own sister event for the Women's March on Washington D.C., Saturday, January 21st.
One of over 270 sister events of the Women’s March on Washington, the Love Trumps Hate rally will take place on President Donald J. Trump’s first day in office. We expect over 1 million marchers across the globe to take part at demonstrations in all 50 US states, as well as in 55 global cities on six continents, from Tokyo to Sydney, Nairobi to Paris, Bogotá to Prague.
An official sister rally to the Women’s March on Washington, LOVE TRUMPS HATE is a statement of shared values, delivered to our leaders in the United States and the Czech Republic, across Europe, and beyond.
This rally is a step towards unifying our communities to create real, grassroots change, in support of the work of journalists and the free press, of environmental activists and their concern for our imperiled planet, and of the peaceable relationships between nations. We will demonstrate peacefully and from a diversity of political vantage points, recognizing that there is no true peace without justice and equality for all.
Read more on the event's facebook page.
Masters of Ceremony:
Nancy Bishop and Petr Vacek
Speakers and Performers:
Adam Misik – singer
Julia Bryan – International Secretary of Democrats Abroad, DACZ Chair
Marek Martin – Director of Amnesty International
Gwendolyn Albert – Romany rights
David Murphy - Executive Director of Greenpeace Czech Republic
Adela Horakova - lawyer and Executive Board member of Czech LGBT organisation "PROUD"
Juwana Jenkins - singer
Petra Hůlová - member of Czech Association of Writers
Hana Stelzerova - Director of the Czech Women's Lobby
Gail Whitmore - Founder V-Day Prague, Hollaback! Czech/Ozvi se! and Co-Founder of One Billion Rising Prague
Václav Němec - Chairmain of the association Vraťte nám stát
Jonathan Stein - Journalist and Managing Editor at Project Syndicate
Duchess and the Kittens - band
GIANT PUPPETS, created under the supervision of Mirek Trejtnar, Master Puppeteer
Organized as a non-partisan event by Bonita Rhoads and Ewan McLaren, it follows the same guidelines as those promoted by the Women's March team in the U.S. By participating in this rally (in solidarity with the rules of the Women's March on Washington D.C.) you agree that:
* We are non-partisan, and will not use the rally primarily to criticize politicians or political parties.
* We will use no violence (physical or verbal) towards any person.
* We will not destroy or damage property.
* We will promote a tone of respect, honesty, transparency, and accountability in our actions.
* We will not carry anything that can be construed as a weapon, nor possess (or consume) any alcohol or drugs.
* We will all hold each other accountable to respecting these agreements.
* We welcome open discussion, however the use of vulgarity and verbal violence in this discussion will not be tolerated.
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