What: Rallies, music, art, speeches, other activities at Black Lives Matter Plaza

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — December 10, 2020

Contact: Legba Carrefour, Washington DC activist, defenddc@gmail.com
www.defenddc.org

When: Friday, December 11, 2020 through Sunday, December 13, 2020

Peak: Public events Saturday, December 12, 2020, 1 PM — 4 PM

Where: Black Lives Matter Plaza, in front of White House, intersection of 16th St NW & H St NW, Washington DC

Washington DC — As white supremacists, Proud Boys, and Trump supporters travel towards Washington DC in buses for rallies this weekend, DC residents are preparing to defend marginalized communities and protect the newly-memorialized Black Lives Matter Plaza from right wing attack. …


Two members of the LGBTQ community speak out about violence against them.

Press Contact: alloutdc@riseup.net

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Enrique Tarrio at the Million Maga March, who attended Unite The Right, where Heather Hyer was killed.

Nov 14th — Thousands of Trump supporters rallied in Washington, DC, to build popular support for a Trump-led coup. After the official Million Maga March rally, Trump supporters marched around the city attacking members of the LGBTQ community.

After counter-demonstrators went home, Proud Boys and other Trump supporters tore up Black Lives Matter Plaza, vandalized privately-owned signs in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, and desecrated memorials to Black people murdered by the police.

Thomas Terrence attended the counter-protest after returning from the hospital. Terrence stated, “I’m out of the hospital without any long-term physical issues. I do have…


Proud Boys and other right-wingers attack Black Lives Matter Plaza, LGBTQ people, and People of Color

Press contact: Alloutdc@riseup.net

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Photo Credit: Chuck Modi

Nov 14th — Thousands of Trump supporters rallied in Washington, DC, to build popular support for a Trump-led coup. The demonstration was organized as a “Stop The Steal Rally,” which promoted far-Right conspiracies that Trump actually won the 2020 election in a landslide. Among those protesting was the far-Right street gang the Proud boys, QAnon supporters, neo-Nazi activists like Jason Kessler and Jovi Val, white nationalist “Groypers” led by Unite the Right marcher Nick Fuentes, and conspiracy theorists like Alex Jones.

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