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SPEAK OUT against Trump's divisive and oppressive agenda that does not serve the people:
- Cuts nutrition funding for women, infants and children.
- Eliminates funding for Meals on Wheels.
- Eliminates funding for legal aid.
- Eliminates low income heat assistance.
- Eliminates communiity block grants, which fund community anti-poverty efforts.
- Ends the Senior Community Service Employment program.
- Ends housing assistance programs.
- Ends Appalachian Regional Commission, which supports economic development.
- Eliminates funding for the National Endowment for the Arts.
- Eliminates Corporation for National and Community Service, which funds Americorps.
- Eliminates US Interagency Council on Homelessness.
- Slashes after-school programs, and higher educaton aid for low-income students.
- Cuts health and nursing training.
- Punishes sanctuary cities for treating immigrants like humans.
- Cuts infrastructue investments like Amtrak and FAA, hurting rural communities.
- Cuts funding to the State Department, but promises to "keep America safe".
- Massive cuts to Labor Department, ending job training programs.
- Defunds Public Broadcasting Services (PBS) and National Public Radio (NPR)
- Eliminates Community Development Financial Institutions, which fund financial services in economically distressed areas.
Throughout the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump told the American people he would release his tax retruns and come clean about his buisness dealings as presidential candidates and presidents have done for decades. Despite intense public pressure, President Donald Trump has not yet done so. In refusing to release these tax returns, he is able to hide his business dealings, financial ties, and conflicts of interest.
Within days of his inauguration, the White House petition calling on Trump to release his tax returns garnered the most signatures on a White House petition, ever. The Tru administration's response? "People don't care."
One April 15th, we're marching on Washington, D.C. and in communities across the country to show that we do care. And that we're not going away. Tens of thousands of Americans will send a clear message to Donald Trump: The president is accountable to the American people, and he must answer to us.
This is being planned as a sister march in Washington DC. Location to be announced as details develop.
The March for Science is a non-partisan, inclusive movement to advocate academic freedom, the ability to publish scientific findings without penalty or threat.
We are here to use our voice to continue the pursuit of scientific investigation, discussion and debate.
Take Back the Night Lexington will be held this year on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at Memorial Hall Amphitheater on UK's campus. This march and rally seeks to end sexual violence in all forms, create a safer campus and community, and most importantly, support and empower survivors.
We are excited to invite students, faculty, staff, and ALL members of the Lexington community to join us for this special, powerful event organized by SPARC, the Violence Intervention & Prevention Center's peer activist group.
Actvities during this event will include: a march through both UK's campus and downtown Lexington, a chance to participate in our #ConsentCulture Pledge, a speak-out session to support survivors, and more!
Marches will begin at both the William T Young Library on UK's campus and the Fayette Circuit Courthouse and will meet up at the Memorial Hall Amphitheater.
Parking can be found on Main Street in several parking garages, as well as on the street. Additionally, there is a pay lot available next to the William T Young Library.
Contact: Patty Alvayay, email@example.com