KZOO McCutcheon Rapid Response Event
Thursday April 3rd 530 Rally to raise awareness about U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the case McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission. In a nutshell, if the court rules badly in McCutcheon, it would pretty much do for individuals what Citizens United did for corporations. Specifically, those who can afford to do so could directly contribute up to $3.6 million per election cycle to a single party and its candidates. Join us in a rapid response event as we hold a rally two days after the ruling.
Come early and keep an eye open for Peace Centers street theatre bringing attention to Drone Warfare at art hop on the mall, and check out our keynote speaker Thursday April 3rd at the Wesley Foundation 2101 wilbur ave
Boots Riley will be giving a keynote speech in celebration of the Kalamazoo Peace Center’s 35th Annual Peace Week! Boots Riley, an activist, musician, progressive labor advocate, union supporter, and overall revolutionary will be speaking in the Cafe of the Wesley Foundation of Kalamazoo, 2101 Wilbur Avenue. His lecture will consist of a brief history of his actions, as well as ideas and tactics to progress social justice. There will be a question and answer period, as well as a meet and greet after the lecture is finished.
Event LocationIn front of Chase bank 141 E Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo, MI, near the corner of burdick.
Bring signs, songs, and noise makers!
Kalamazoo, MI 49007g