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Remembrance Walk NYC
November 5, 2016 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The Remembrance Project holds national “Remembrance Walk”
Volunteers and supporters invite the public to join the “Remembrance Walk NYC” to honor the memory of American citizens whose lives were stolen by illegal aliens.
The Remembrance Project advocates on behalf of ‘stolen lives’ families. Each November, The Remembrance Project recognizes a Day of Remembrance where nationwide volunteers organize events in their cities.
This year, a nationwide Remembrance Walk is planned. We encourage all to gather with family and friends and hold your own Remembrance Walk. Wear our memorial shirts, American flag shirts, or patriotic colors to honor and remember the innocents who are permanently separated from their families. Thank you.
Remembrance Walk NYC details:
We will meet at our starting point in front of CNN at W59th Street and Columbus Circle, proceed along the route outlined on the map below, and spend approximately 20-30 minutes gathered outside each of the news organizations listed, before stopping at St. Patrick’s Cathedral to say a prayer/hold a moment of silence. We will end our Remembrance Walk in front of Trump Tower on 5th Ave and W57th St, where we will gather to show support and appreciation for Donald Trump and all that he has done to bring national attention to the dire threat that illegal immigration poses to the safety of American citizens, our economy and our national security.