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Impeach Trump Solidarity March Dallas - Nationwide Part 2 / Public - Hosted by Next Generation Action Network - Time and Location Information

From the moment he took office, President Trump’s refusal to divest from his business interests has placed him in direct violation of the US Constitution’s Foreign Emoluments Clause and Domestic Emoluments Clause. Since then, his corruption and abuse of power have only increased. The President must be held accountable under the law, through the impeachment process, for these serious violations and for this unprecedented level of corruption of the Oval Office.
Free Speech For People and RootsAction call upon Congress to open an investigation to determine whether there are sufficient grounds to impeach President Trump, including:

1. obstruction of justice;

2.violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause and Domestic Emoluments Clause of the United States Constitution;

3. conspiring with others to (a) commit crimes against the United States involving the solicitation and intended receipt by the Donald J. Trump campaign of things of value from a foreign government and other foreign nationals, and (b) conceal those violations;

4. advocating illegal violence, giving aid and comfort to white supremacists and neo-Nazis, and undermining constitutional protections of equal protection under the law;

5. abusing the pardon power;

6. recklessly threatening nuclear war against foreign nations, undermining and subverting the essential diplomatic functions and authority of federal agencies, including the United States Department of State, and engaging in other conduct that grossly and wantonly endangers the peace and security of the United States, its people and people of other nations, by heightening the risk of hostilities involving weapons of mass destruction, with reckless disregard for the risk of death and grievous bodily harm;

7. directing or endeavoring to direct law enforcement, including the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, to investigate and prosecute political adversaries and others, for improper purposes not justified by any lawful function of his office, thereby eroding the rule of law, undermining the independence of law enforcement from politics, and compromising the constitutional right to due process of law.

On February 16, 2017, Free Speech For People and RootsAction delivered a petition with over 860,000 signatures to Congress calling on the House of Representatives to initiate an impeachment investigation into President Trump’s corrupt business dealings, including violations of the U.S. Constitution’s Foreign Emoluments and Domestic Emoluments Clauses, and other federal law. More than 1.2 million people and an increasing number of cities and towns have joined the campaign.


March to Make Homelessness History - Event Information

On any given night, over 7,500 people experience homelessness in DC. At least 1,400 of these people have been homelessness for years. Join us as we call on Mayor Bowser to Make Homelessness History and to prioritize the needs of people most at risk of dying without the dignity of a home.

YOUR VOICE is needed to show Mayor Bowser just how many people care about ending chronic homelessness in DC. We’ve seen DC’s streets packed with people in support of a variety of causes over the past few years. Now is the time to show Mayor Bowser that OUR CITY cares about OUR NEIGHBORS and to demand that she prioritizes resources for ending chronic homelessness in her budget. Please join us for the March to Make Homelessness History!

Join The Way Home Campaign on March 1st at 8:30 am for the March to Make Homelessness History. We will hear directly from people who have experienced homelessness about the importance of housing and the need to invest what is needed to ensure that nobody lives or dies without the dignity of a home. We will march from New York Ave Presbyterian Church (1313 New York Ave NW) to Mayor Bowser’s office and present the Mayor with 1,620 paper cut outs, symbolic of the 1,620 individuals who she has the power to house in her budget. Participants will demand that Mayor Bowser choose to Make Homelessness History in her upcoming budget and end homelessness for 1,620 people.

Who: You and everybody else who wants DC to end chronic homelessness

What: Inspirational speeches and a march to the Mayor’s Office

When: March 1st at 8:30 am

Where: 1313 New York Avenue NW (The New York Avenue Presbyterian Church)

Why: DC has the money and know-how to make homelessness history. We are calling on Mayor Bowser to make bold investments to end chronic homelessness.

Contact Jesse for more information at or by calling 202.452.8926 x 246.


March For Our Lives – DC Official

Public - Hosted by March For Our Lives


Sold Out - A Conversation with former first lady Michelle Obama

Public · Hosted by Winspear Opera House and AT&T Performing Arts Center - Event Information

Michelle Robinson Obama served as First Lady of the United States from 2009 to 2017, transforming the position and becoming a role model, champion and inspiration for women, families, and young people across America and around the world.

As First Lady, Mrs. Obama launched and led four key initiatives:
• Let’s Move! brought together community leaders, educators, medical professionals, parents, celebrities and others in a nationwide effort to address the challenge of childhood obesity;
• Joining Forces, which she launched with Dr. Jill Biden, called on all Americans to rally around service members, veterans, and their families and support them through wellness, education, and employment opportunities;
• Reach Higher aimed to inspire young people across America to take charge of their future by completing their education past high school, whether at a professional training program, a community college, or a four-year college or university;
• Let Girls Learn, focused on helping adolescent girls around the world go to school.

Mrs. Obama attended Chicago public schools until enrolling in Princeton where she studied sociology and African American studies. She graduated cum laude from Princeton in 1985 and received a law degree from Harvard Law School in 1988. She then joined the Chicago law firm Sidley & Austin, where she met her future husband, Barack Obama.

Following her time at Sidley & Austin, Mrs. Obama served as an assistant to Mayor Richard Daley and as Assistant Commissioner of Planning and Development for the city of Chicago, before becoming the founding Executive Director of the Chicago chapter of Public Allies, an AmeriCorps program that prepares young people for public service careers.

As part of her continued focus on community service and engagement, Mrs. Obama joined the University of Chicago in 1996 as its Associate Dean of Student Services focused on fostering connections between the campus and community. She also served as Vice President of Community and External Affairs for the University of Chicago Medical Center.

Mrs. Obama was born on January 17, 1964. She married Barack Obama in 1992. They currently live in Washington, DC and have two daughters, Malia and Sasha.


Washington, DC History & Culture Event Information & Registration

Martin Luther King, Jr. 50th anniversary Memorial Walk

April 4, 2018 marks the 50th anniversary of the 1968 death of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Join us for a memorial walk to learn about and honor the legacy of Dr. King.

We’ll meet at the base of the Washington Monument, travel past the Vietnam Veterans Memorial to the Lincoln Memorial and see the exact spot were the “I Have a Dream” speech was delivered.

As part of our program we will also listen to a complete, taped recording of the “I Have a Dream” speech at the actual location where it was delivered - the Lincoln Memorial.

We will then proceed to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial for a review of Dr. King’s lasting legacy.

Additional details to be provided as we get closer to the event date.

Please help us spread the word in honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Registration: Free - this event is open to the public and all are welcome to attend.

Weather: This event will take place light rain (sprinkles) or shine.

Meeting Point: Meet at the east-side base of the Washington Monument (the side that faces the U.S. Capitol).

Ending Point: Our program officially ends at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial. However, from there our group will walk back to the Washington Monument and the Smithsonian Metro for those interested.


Dallas Standing Against The NRA

Public · Hosted by Dallas Urban and 2 others - Time and Location Information

NGAN and community organization are organizing a direct action to stand up against the National Rifle Association National Convention.

Thursday, May 3, 2018, will be there opening Plenary session and we need to flood the streets to stand up against the NRA now.


Dallas United Against Gun Violence

Public · Hosted by In Solidarity - Time and Location Information

Coinciding with the NRA’s convention in Dallas, our community will unite at City Hall to show that we vehemently oppose the NRA’s careless disregard for the atmosphere of violence and bloodshed that they’ve helped create and foster. United as a community, our goal will be to show the NRA and our elected officials that we demand common sense reform and through our unity, show that we will not back down and we will not be bought or silenced.

We will also use this moment to lift up the victims of gun violence and mass shootings so that the NRA and the rest of our country do not forget their names or their faces. We will be their champions.

Allied Organizations:

**More information to come, so stay tuned.