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SEE & DO: March for Dignity, Justice, and Truth on Sat., Oct. 7

Sen. Vincent Fort, Cathy Woolard, Weary Heads, and more rally to oppose the Trump administration

Amber Richards Of Sexual Side Effects. By Christy Parry.59d7ff8503a9f
Photo credit: Christy Parry
Amber Richards of Sexual Side Effects. The group performs during the March for Dignity, Justice, and Truth on Oct. 7.

On Saturday, October 7, the March for Dignity, Justice, and Truth travels from 330 Edgewood Ave. (near the King Memorial MARTA station) to the Georgia State Capitol and back as an outlet for anyone and everyone who's opposed to the Trump administration. According to the MDJT organizers, the all-inclusive march is designed specifically to call attention the lies and discrimination coming from the White House.

Guest speakers at the rally include State Senator and mayoral candidate Vincent Fort, mayoral candidate Cathy Woolard, District 5 Atlanta City Council candidate Liliana Bakhtiari, and slam poet Royce Mann.

A free concert will follow the march with performances by Black Lion Reggae, Sexual Side Effects, Weary Heads, Ray City Rollers, and more.

Donations are encouraged. 1 p.m. Sat., Oct. 7. 330 Edgewood Ave. 404-626-7106. www.dignityjusticetruth.org.

 


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