Press release

December 7, 2010

Imagine Human Rights

International Human Rights Day

Saturday 12/11/2010

March 12pm-1pm

Hing Hay Park (King & Maynard) to Downtown Seattle

Rally 1pm-1:30pm

Victor Steinbrueck Park (north of Pike Place Market)

On Saturday, December 11, 2010, we peacefully gather for a march and rally in downtown Seattle to commemorate the 30 articles of the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights.  Vast accounts of human rights violations are committed everyday, with no respect or regard for human rights.  On this day, we demand those responsible for crimes against humanity to be held accountable.

Please join us in a peaceful demonstration, where we honor victims of human rights violations at home and abroad.  We march towards a new day when the ideas of justice, freedom and human rights are no longer confined to our imagination but realized throughout the world.

Gather at Hing Hay Park (King & Maynard) in the International District at 11:30am.  We will proceed with a march through downtown Seattle along 4th Ave to Victor Steinbrueck Park (north of Pike Place Market).

For more information visit



American Muslims of Puget Sound, Amnesty International, Anakbayan Seattle, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA), Arts Kollective, Backbone Campaign, Bayan USA, Coalition of Anti-Racist Whites, Communitiy Alliance for Global Justice, El Comite Pro-Reforma Migratoria y Justicia Social, Evergreen Peace & Justice Community, Interfaith Network of Concern for People of Iraq, International Action Center, May First Action Coalition, Philippine-US Solidarity Organization (PUSO), Pinay sa Seattle – Gabriela USA, Pride at Work, Sahngnoksoo, Seattle Chapter – Fellowship of Reconciliation, Seattle Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES), Seattle Solidarity Network, Sound Nonviolent Opponents of War (SNOW), Tadaima, United Nations Association-Seattle, Washington State Jobs with Justice MLK Jr Organizing Committee, Washington State Religious Campaign Against Torture, Western Washington Fellowship of Reconciliation


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