Subject: ACT Now to End Racism

The National Council of Churches and partners invites you to the April 4th A.C.T. to End Racism rally on the National Mall in Washington DC. 

This landmark event, held 50 years to the day of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s assassination, is part of a movement to change the horror of the assassination into a strong witness for ending racism. In spite of that awful act, Dr. King was not silenced. We and others are picking up the torch and carrying on with a multi-year effort to finish the work Dr. King began.

We are committing to finish the work.

A world without racism is possible. Yet we still have a long way to go. Statistics tell an alarming story of hate crime increase and severely lagging economic and social indicators for communities of color. The A.C.T. to End Racism rally and initiative calls individuals and communities to direct attention on past and present injustices—and to plot a course forward for racial justice. In our lifetime, we can awaken to reality, confront the need to change, and we can transform. 

We want you to be a part of it.

Please visit the event website,, to learn more.  Please consider making a donation.  But most of all, plan on being in Washington, DC, April 3-5 to be part of this powerful series of events.

Let's end racism.  Together.


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