Marchers approaching Arlington National Cemetary in 2008. A similar march will take place in Providence Oct. 8 2010.
Friday, October 8, 2010 - 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Marchers will gather at Burnside Park (Exchange Street and Kennedy Plaza, Providence) at 4:30 pm to prepare for the march. Marchers are asked to dress in black and, if possible, to leave items like backpacks elsewhere. Signs and masks will be provided. We also need several people to hand out flyers. We will march slowly and silently from Burnside Park through Kennedy Plaza to City Hall, down Dorance St to Weybossett, down Weybossett to the plaza outside of Textron Headquarters, over Exchange St to Kennedy Plaza and back to the park. People who are not masked ar
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