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March to Dismantle the Legacy of Racism

  • Duluth Civic Center Historic District 5th Avenue West & 1st Street Duluth Minnesota 55802 (map)

March to Dismantle the Legacy of Racism and Build a Community of Peace. We are coming together to Recognize and respond to racismm in the Twin Ports. 

We will begin gathering at 9:30 am at the Clayton Jackson Mcghie Memorial (Corner of 2nd avenue East & 1st Street, Downtown Duluth). The march will leave at 10 am and go down to Superior Street and then up to the Civic Center (411 W 1st St, Duluth). 

Stay tuned for more details on culture and policy change priorities to come. 

Cover Photo credit:
Taken at NAACP Duluth #Charlottesville Solidarity Vigil
Ivy Vainio photographer

Feel free to reach out with any questions to the lead organizers of Justice City Coalition and/or join us for organizing meetings every Wednesday night at 6pm at Men as Peacemakers.

Lead Organizers: 
Kym Young: (218) 673-6017
Andromeda Doherty Lee: (218) 461-7932
Amy Brooks: (218) 340-3980

Media/Social Media Contacts: 
Courtney Cochran: (218) 576-7226
Sean Hayes

National Solidarity March, Washington DC Host: NYAToday

Current Supporting Organizations:
NAACP Duluth
Superior African Heritage Community
Duluth-Superior Save the Kids
Men as Peacemakers
Grandmother's for Peace
Twin Ports Veterans for Peace
Occupy Duluth
Feminist Action Collective
Democratic Socialist Action
Take Action MN-Duluth
Indivisible 4 Northland
Dismantling Racism Team
Democratic Socialists of American Twin Ports
Indivisible DC8
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Duluth's Peace & Justice Committee
Fathers Rise Together
Stand Against Racism Campaign
People's Justice Coalition