Schedule of Events
4-5pm DC Students for a Democratic Society will be at the Department of Education for the Student Power for Accessible Education Day of Demands. They’ll be rallying outside it with hopscotch and jump rope and showing the world how student debt is connected to the credit crunch, as well as delivering a letter to the Department of Education with representatives from DC area high schools and universities.
5-7pm People’s Banquet in Lafayette Square – While Bush is hosting a gala dinner for the G20 delegates at the White House, we will be holding a People’s Banquet, a feast for those left hungry and out in the cold by US economic policies. We’re also planning a Really Really Free Market and a rally to show how mutual aid can overcome local neoliberalism.
Co-Sponsored by Global Justice Action, Casa de Maryland, the Washington Peace Center, Jobs with Justice, and Students for a Democratic Society
10am-12pm, Rally @ Murrow Park (at the intersection of 18th St, H St, and Pennsylvania Ave NW, across from the World Bank)
Co-sponsored by Global Justice Action, the Institute for Policy Studies, Jobs with Justice, Students for a Democratic Society, and USAction
12-1pm, Mass March to Luther Place for a People’s Forum (details below)
1-2pm, lunch at Luther Place, 1226 Vermont Ave NW
2pm-8:30pm, Global Justice Action presents a People’s Forum.
While the G20 holds their summit to try and resuscitate their dying ideas, join us to learn about how the financial crisis happened and how it effects your local community, discuss new ideas and alternatives to capitalism, and come together as a movement to organize.
Co-sponsored by Global Justice Action, the Bank Information Center, the Institute for Policy Studies, Jobs with Justice, Students for a Democratic Society, and USAction
11:55pm, G20 Going Away Party
Join Global Justice Action for a rowdy march to bid farewell to the G20. Meet at Dupont Circle
Noon-3pm Join the DC Activist Coalition for a post-election strategy and planning meeting for the upcoming Inauguration Protests. Let’s come together and figure out how to strategically pressure our new president. Visit washingtonpeacecenter.net for more info.