Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Consider Action during MLK Weekend
While the following is addressed to California residents, using theme of MLK weekend could be a good one for human rights and abolition actions across the nation.
"The time is always ripe to do what's right."-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Join thousands of SAFE volunteers on MLK weekend.
Next Monday is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, a time set aside to honor Dr. King’s passionate commitment to justice. This year, SAFE California is teaming up with civil rights leaders and grassroots activists to commemorate Dr. King by ending death sentences in California. Please join the Reverend Jesse Jackson, the California NAACP and other civil rights leaders in supporting the SAFE California “Weekend of Action” on January 14-16.
Will you honor Dr. King by helping to end death sentences in California at an event near you?This weekend, communities all across the state will gather in various events to celebrate Dr. King's life and honor his legacy of justice. SAFE California will be there working to end death sentences in California as a tribute to the tireless work Dr. King accomplished himself and inspired in others.Click here for a map of events near you, and volunteer to join us!As a dedicated supporter of the SAFE California Campaign to replace the death penalty, I hope you will join the thousands of volunteers statewide who are ready to commemorate Dr. King's leadership by joining this historic movement over MLK weekend at an event near you.
Despite losing her husband to assassination, Coretta Scott King declared: "I stand firmly and unequivocally opposed to the death penalty." Now is the time to join forces, put the death penalty before the voters and help SAFE California prevail at the November 2012 election.Please join me in making history and ending death sentencing in California this year.
Natasha MinskerCampaign Manager
SAFE California Campaign
GO here for the origin and website of this action - SEE MLK item under "Get Involved" link.
Again, consider your own action...
Posted by CN at 5:00 AM