Further details such as addresses for the demonstrations will become available on the event page soon!
What should I wear?
Please wear either yellow in support of migrants and refugees or black to represent mourning the human rights violations being carried out against those populations.
Brooms and Black witch hats are encouraged (veils optional)
Nonslip closed toed shoes for safety
It will be warm, so please dress accordingly to ensure your comfort
Who can attend?
Anyone who wishes to attend in support of migrants and refugees is welcome
No membership or registration is required, but you will want to keep an eye on the event pages on Facebook and\or on this website for important updates!
Are children allowed?
Yes! We welcome young activists-in-training!
Due to the fact that this is a human rights oriented event, parents should be aware that there will potentially be discussion of various human rights violations including stories about children being separated from parents, racial discrimination, violence against migrants and refugees, and other potentially upsetting topics.
Please exercise your best parental judgement about your children's maturity, age, and sensitivity in your decision whether or not to bring your them, but be assured that they are welcome as long as they are supervised by an adult!
Be aware that we may encounter stressful and\or scary situations potentially.
Feel free to leave at any time if you feel uncomfortable and rejoin us later at your discretion.
What can i bring?
Signs and banners supporting migrants and refugees
Ice chests full of cold beverages are encouraged.
Snacks are also welcome.
A chair or blanket to sit on
An umbrella or parasol
Service Dogs (as long as someone cleans up any poop)