MARCH WITH US in the Labor Day Parade
Location: We are with community groups on Sibley Place at East Avenue find the Pay Equity Coalition
Date: Monday, September 2, 2019
Time: Please arrive NO LATER THAN 10:15 a.m. for line-up placement. Street will be closed for traffic at 10:25 AM! No one can park on the streets where the parade route is to be. Parade begins at 11 am (rain or shine, bring umbrellas if you think best). NOTICE: The parade route begins near East Avenue and Alexander Street, and continues down East Avenue to East Main Street. Marchers will turn left at the Liberty Pole, continuing west down Main Street.
Clothing: please wear green if you can
What should I bring? Wear green for pay equity and bring lots of family and friends, comfortable shoes, a water bottle and your smiles! Have fun! March for Justice!
We were approved to pass out out ticker-tapes (print attached to promote our next event)
It is likely to rain Monday until 10 am so bring an umbrella or poncho (the parade will still occur if it rains)
Those marching in the parade are to see their Marshall for Division 6 (at Sibley Place bear East Ave) when they arrive. Marshall will line us up, march with our group and lead us. We are with community groups/council-affiliated groups. Line-up: we are between Rochester Housing Authority and Center for the Study of Civil and Human Rights Laws. Everyone will exit the parade on Fitzhugh Street. Marshall’s will be wearing yellow jackets and have a radio to communicate with other Marshall’s and those in-charge
Free bottled water, donated by TOPS, will be available for marchers to take
No candy or anything else can be tossed. No pets allowed.
Free parking: stay tuned but some spots are: Memorial Arts Gallery, School of the Arts and RCSD on Broad St
Parade is 2 hours
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Labor Day parades and marches are far more than trumpet and drums: They are calls to action. On this Labor Day, Sept.3, we are calling on elected officials and candidates running for office to publicly support Pay Equity for women of color and to join us in preparing for rallies this Latina Equal Pay Day in November, Equal Pay Day in April, and next Black Equal Pay Day in August.