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RAR Endorsed Action: The Trump/Pence Regime Must Go!

  • Times Square 42 St. & Broadway New York, NY (map)

This event is organized by Refuse Fascism and endorsed by Rise and Resist.

We will be marching from Times Square to Washington Square Park. Stay tuned for what we've planned in the days to follow...November 4th, the protests begin. Every day. Everywhere. Everyone. Until they're gone!

We will gather in the streets and public squares of cities and towns across this country, at first many thousands declaring that this whole regime is illegitimate and that we will not stop until our single demand is met: This Nightmare Must End: the Trump/Pence Regime Must Go! 

Our protest must grow day after day and night after night—thousands becoming hundreds of thousands, and then millions—determined to act to put a stop to the grave danger that the Trump/Pence Regime poses to the world by demanding that this whole regime be removed from power…We will be protesting day after day, night after night until we DRIVE OUT the Trump/Pence long as it takes. 

This will be a non-violent, permitted rally and march.

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Refuse Fascism is a movement of people coming from diverse perspectives, united in our recognition that the Trump/Pence Regime poses a catastrophic danger to humanity and the planet and that it is our responsibility to drive them from power. This means working and organizing with all our creativity and determination toward November 4 when many thousands of people will fill the streets of cities and towns, beginning a struggle that continues day after day and night after night, eventually involving millions of people, demanding: This Nightmare Must End: The Trump/Pence Regime Must Go!

We extend a welcome invitation to individuals and organizations from many different points of view who share our determination to refuse to accept a fascist America to join and/or partner with us in this great cause. 

Selected endorsers of the Call for November 4th:
(Name and Institutional Affiliation For Identification Purposes Only)

Akeem Browder, Kalief Browder’s Brother
Al Porter Jr., Black On Black Crime Inc.
Andy Zee
Arturo O’Farrill, Musician
Austin Pendleton, Actor, director
Austin TX Brown Berets
Bishop Dr. Raymond Rufen-Blanchette, The Clergy Campaign for Social and Economic Justice
Black Lives Matter PA
Boston May Day Coalition
California Freedom Coalition
Carl Dix, Revolutionary Communist Party, USA
Carl Stokes Brigade
Chaitali Sen, Author
Cindy Sheehan, Cindy Sheehan’s Soapbox
Cornel West, Harvard University
David Straithairn
David Zeiger, Filmmaker
Degenerate Artists Against Fascism
Dr. Mazeda A. Uddin, South Asian Fund for Education, Scholarship & Training (SAFEST)
DRACH Disability Rights Action Coalition for Housing
Elizabeth McAlister, Jonah House (Plowshares disarmament actions
Ernestine Henning, Supervisor (ret.) AME Church
Father Bob Bossie, SCJ
Father Luis Barrios, Holyrood Church/Iglesia Santa Cruz; John Jay College, CUNY
Fr. Richard Estrada, Church of the Epiphany
Gays Against Guns
Gloria Steinem
Gray Wolf , Chapter Director, AIM (American Indian Movement), So Cal
Greg Carr, Educator, Howard University
Hawa Bah, Mother of Mohamed Bah, Murdered by NYPD
Herb Boyd, Journalist, educator, author, and activist
Imam Konate Souleimane
Indivisible North Seattle
Indivisible Pittsfield
Isabel Cardenas, Salvadoran- American activist, co-initiator of Refuse Fascism
Jamal Joseph, Film Maker, Author, Defendant in the Panther 21 Case (1969-71)
Jon Nathen Wurzel, Atonement Lutheran Church
Josh Mond
Kathy Najimy
King Downing, Human Rights Racial Justice Center – H2RJ
Lalah Hathaway
Lyda Eddington, Pastor, La Tijera United Methodist Church
Michael Shannon
Mike Daisey, Monologist, Author, Performer
Millions for Medicare
Movers & Shakers NYC
National Organization for Women (NOW), San Gabriel Valley/Whittier
NO BS Media
Pastor Doris Johnson, South East Queens Community Development
Peace and Freedom Party
Peoples Organization for Progress
Perry Hoberman, Media Artist, Associate Research Professor, USC School of Cinematic Arts
Ponce Laspina, Partido Nacionalista de Puerto Rico
Port Chester Immigrant Community Defense Committee
Prof. Timothy Patrick McCarthy, Harvard University
Progressive Democrats of Santa Monica Mountains
PZ Myers, Pharyngula
Rabbi Michael Davis
Rabbi Michael Pollack, March on Harrisburg
Rev. Chloe Breyer, St. Philips Episcopal Church
Rev. Frank Alton, Provost, Cathedral Center of St. Paul
Rev. Frank Wulf, Pastor-in-Charge, Echo Park United Methodist Church
Rev. Juan Carlos Ruiz, St. Jacobi Lutheran Church
Rev. Karen Jackson, Staten Island Inter-Religious Leadership
Rev. Maria Isabel Santiago, NY
Rev. TaigenDan Leighton Ph.D, Soto Zen Buddhist priest and Dharma teacher
Rev. Tom Carey, Priest-in-Charge, Church of the Epiphany
Rise and Resist
Sara Lee MacDonald, Communications Director, St. Peter’s Santa Maria Episcopal Church
Sharonne Salaam, Justice 4 the Wrongfully Incarcerated
Sunita Viswanath, Board Member, Sadhana: Coalition of Progressive Hindus
Sunsara Taylor, Writer, Revolution,
Ted Jennings, Professor of Biblical and Constructive Theology at the Chicago Theological Seminary
Ted Sirota, Musician
Veterans for Peace Chapter 34 New York City
Werner Lange, Association for Humanist Sociology