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Black Lives Matter Plaza 4pm and “On the afternoon of Wednesday November 4th, the coalition will regroup at McPherson Square”

From an email:

“Join Black Lives Matter DC, Shut It Down DC, and Long Live GOGO as we take it to the streets and fight for future generations.

Democracy Rising!

WHEN: Tuesday, November 3 at 4 PM

WHERE: Black Lives Matter Plaza [16th and I Street, NW]”

“The epic 8-hour demonstration will include a jumbotron projecting election results as well as live check-ins from around the country, including from GOTV organizers in Texas, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina. There are also several bands, DJs, and dancers lined up to perform.

On the afternoon of Wednesday November 4th, the coalition will regroup at McPherson Square to join a Protect the Results Coalition rally at 3pm. That evening the organizations will hold an open organizing meeting and spokes council at 6pm in Black Lives Matter Plaza to decide how to move forward the next day.”

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