“No state shall…deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law…” In 1868 the 14th Amendment was ratified. 152 years later black and brown people across our nation continue to face the deprivation of life, liberty, and property. The students at KALC (KIPP Academy Lynn Collegiate) recognize the disparity in treatment of their fellow BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, and undocumented peers. In accordance with the national movement for racial justice, we will no longer allow the continual oppression of our communities.
Join us Tuesday, July 28th as we exercise our first amendment right to peacefully assemble for a protest in the name of justice and unity. We will gather at 20 Wheeler Street, in the parking lot next to the KALC building at 3:30 PM to hear from some of KALC’s brightest students. From the KALC building we will march, while maintaining a safe social distance, to the Lynn Police Department, where we will honor those unjustly slain by police, and have student speakers throughout the march. After marching back to 20 Wheeler St, we will conclude with a joyous celebration. We, the young people of Lynn, will not allow injustice to thrive as it has for centuries, and neither should you. Come support local students, and the future of our nation as they forge a better world for all of us!
Who: KALC (KIPP Academy Lynn Collegiate)
What: March for Mending
Where: 20 Wheeler Street (adjacent parking lot) Lynn, MA 01902
When: Tuesday July 28th – 3:30 PM
What to wear: Face masks to protect ourselves and our community (we can provide a face mask if necessary)
What to know: Water will be provided. We will also be using disposable brushes and separated paint for the face painting so that no cross-contamination occurs
Questions and contact: Olivia Osgood email@example.com