On October 2, 2010, tens of thousands of people representing labor, civil rights, faith communities and a myriad of progressive organizations will march in solidarity at the Nation's Capitol in order to protect our jobs, our education and our economy. Many of these marchers will come from North Carolina. Won't you join us?
Sign up to become part of One Nation Working Together NC below. If you need bus information for your area, please include your request at the end of the pledge.
If you cannot come with us, please consider donating a scholarship so someone else can go!
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Buses are leaving from Asheville, Chapel Hill, Charlotte, Durham, Fayetteville, Greensboro, Raleigh, Winston-Salem Wilmington, and many more (see below for a partial list). We will be publishing more bus information as it becomes available. Please check www.progressivedemocratsnc.org for updates.
10.2.10 buses from NCCU / Saturday, October 2, 2010
NCCU Student Union Lot, Corner Fayetteville/Nelson Streets, Durham, NC
Southern Anti-Racism Network (SARN) is sponsoring two 47-passenger buses from Durham on 10.2.10. Round trip to DC is $40 per seat. Tickets available at Regulator...
Buses will depart from University Mall in Chapel Hill on the Dillard’s side at 4:00 a.m. on Saturday October 2, 2010 and return at 11:00 p.m. the same day. Don’t miss your chance to participate in this historic march. Reserve your seat today and GET ON THE BUS. Cost: $45/per person round trip; meal included. Must reserve seat by September 24, 2010.
To sign up contact: Eugene Farrar at 919-933-2198; Fred Battle at 919-942-4475; or Quintin Laws at 919-475-6403. For more information send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Buses Leaving from Asheville, NC Early Morning of Saturday, October 2, 2010, for ONE NATION MARCH in DC!! PLEASE JOIN US!!! I am planning to hire two or more comfortably equipped buses to take 100+ of us to Washington, DC, on October 2nd Contact 828-252-5897
BlueNC is dedicated to making North Carolina a more progressive and prosperous state. If your intention is to disrupt this effort, please find somewhere else to express your opinions.