Every now and then, history presents us with a moment that demands collective action, unity, and unwavering support. The National March in Washington for Free Palestine, scheduled for November 4th, is one such moment. As we approach this historic day, we invite you to join the movement, lend your voice, and stand up for justice.
Understanding the Cause
The Palestinian struggle for freedom, justice, and equal rights has been ongoing for decades. The situation in the region is complex, rooted in a history marked by conflict, displacement, and the denial of basic human rights. It’s a story of resilience, courage, and the unwavering spirit of the Palestinian people who continue to fight for their right to self-determination.
The March: What You Need to Know
On November 4th, activists, supporters, and individuals from all walks of life will gather in Washington, D.C., for the National March for Free Palestine. The event is a collective call for justice, an end to the occupation- genocide- apartheid, and the realization of Palestinian rights.
Here’s what you need to know:
1. **Date and Time**: The march will take place on Saturday, November 4th, starting at 2:00 PM.
**Canadians who wish to join this historical event, can do so by joining us in the drive. We will depart from the Library at the University of Ottawa (in Ottawa) Friday, November 3rd at 1:00 PM**
This is a historical date, marking an opportunity for us to come together and advocate for justice.
2. **Location**: The event will be held at The Freedom Plaza in Washington, D.C. – a symbolic location for raising our voices and sending a powerful message.
3. **Who Should Attend**: This march welcomes everyone who believes in justice, peace, and freedom for all. Regardless of your background, ethnicity, or nationality, your support is invaluable.
Why You Should Attend
Participating in the National March for Free Palestine is more than just a show of solidarity. It’s an opportunity to advocate for a just and equitable solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Here are a few reasons why your presence matters:
1. **Peace and Justice**: By standing up for Palestine, you’re advocating for peace, justice, and equal rights for all people in the region. Your voice contributes to the growing call for change.
2. **Global Impact**: This march is part of a global movement. Your participation helps draw international attention to the ongoing struggles faced by Palestinians.
3. **Unity**: When people come together for a common cause, incredible things happen. Marching alongside like-minded individuals shows the power of collective action.
4. **Solidarity**: You’re demonstrating solidarity with the Palestinian people, acknowledging their suffering, and supporting the march for an immediate ceasefire.
5. **Historical Significance**: November 4th is more than just a date on the calendar. It’s a day when we can make history together, working towards the liberation of Palestinians and recognition of indigenous ethnic cleaning.
What You Can Do
– **Participate**: Join the National March in Washington on November 4th. Your physical presence matters.
– **Spread the Word**: Share information about the march on social media, with friends, and in your community.
– **Educate**: Take time to learn more about the Palestinian struggle, its history, and the current situation. Knowledge is a powerful tool.
- Understanding & Un|packing Palestine https://decolonizepalestine.com/
- Abby Martin Journalist & Filmmaker Gaza Fights for Freedom Documentary
- Jewish Voice for Peace
– **Advocate**: Reach out to your representatives and let them know where you stand on this issue.
Write a Letter to your MP (USA, Australia, Canada, UK) on Yalla, Let’s Talk
The National March in Washington for Free Palestine on November 4th is a call for Cease Fire & Allowing Humanitarian Aid to enter. It’s an opportunity to be part of something bigger than ourselves, to stand in solidarity with the Palestinian people and innocent children and to advocate for defunding colonization.
Mark your calendar, spread the word, and join the march for a CEASEFIRE in Palestine.