R.E.A.L DC Public Awareness Event February 19 on Racial Supremacist Hate
Responsible for Equality And Liberty (R.E.A.L.)
Responsible for Equality And Liberty (R.E.A.L.) will be holding a public awareness event on February 19 at 12 Noon on the challenge of racial supremacist hate, and the upcoming "white nationalist hate group" American Renaissance conference.
Our goal will be to provide a street forum in Washington DC where the public can be made aware of the ideologies to be presented at the American Renaissance conference, still planned for somewhere in the Washington DC area on February 20 and 21. We will invite participation from the public in this public forum.
We will urge the public to protest the planned American Renaissance conference scheduled for the DC area, and urge the public to choose love, not hate.
After having the American Renaissance conference canceled at the Dulles Marriott and then again at the Washington Dulles Westin hotels, the Nazi "white nationalist" website Stormfront is reporting that American Renaissance leader Jared Taylor will reveal the secret location that the event is being moved to "48 hours before the conference."
"Nazi" leader Don Black has been promoting the American Renaissance conference on his Stormfront web site. His Stormfront members have been eulogizing white supremacist Nazi terrorist James Von Brunnwho attacked the DC area U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in June 2009, calling for people to "hate with violent passion," and praising Von Brunn as a "martyr." R.E.A.L. objects to hate, and we urge our fellow human beings to choose love, not hate.
We support our unqualified, universal human rights for all. We urge white supremacist and "white nationalist" supporters to drop the burden of the hate of supremacism from their hearts, and to rejoin the family of humanity in support of our universal human rights.
Choose Love, Not Hate.
Public Awareness Event Logistics and Details:
The R.E.A.L. public awareness event will be scheduled for:
-- Date: Friday, February 19
-- Time: 12 Noon
-- Location: Public Park area at 1355 Kenyon Street NW, Washington DC
-- Near the Intersection of 14th Street NW and Park Avenue NW and the Intersection of 14th Street NW and Kenyon Street NW, across the street from the PNC Bank and the Gala Hispanic Tivoli theater
-- Subway Stop: Columbia Heights (Yellow / Green Line) -- see WMATA Subway Map
-- as this site is very close to the Columbia Heights Metro Stop, we would urge you to use the Metro -- the WMATA trip planner indicates that it is 20 minutes from Metro Center to the Columbia Heights metro stop (always check for service disruptions before using the WMATA)
We have submitted our Assembly Plan Notification to the Washington DC Metropolitan Police Department, and as always, we will closely coordinate our event with the DC police.
Walking Directions from COLUMBIA HEIGHTS METRO STATION to KENYON ST NW
1. Exit station using main exit
2. Walk approx. 1 block N on 14th St NW.
3. Turn sharp right on Kenyon St NW.
4. Walk approx. 1 block SE on Kenyon St NW.
- Site for R.E.A.L. February 19 Event - Kenyon Park at 1355 Kenyon Street N.W. Washington DC
-- Google Map of 14th Street NW and Kenyon Street NW
-- Columbia Heights Metro Station Details (WMATA)
-- Walking Directions from Columbia Heights to Kenyon Street NW
-- Image of Nearby Intersection of 14th Street NW and Park Avenue NW
-- Image of Nearby Intersection of 14th Street NW and Kenyon Street NW
-- Columbia Heights Metro (Google Maps)
-- Columbia Heights Metro (Wikipedia)
-- WMATA Rail Map
Additional Research Resources:
-- R.E.A.L. Postings on American Renaissance
-- R.E.A.L. Postings on Racial Supremacism
-- R.E.A.L. Postings on Nazism
Responsible for Equality And Liberty (R.E.A.L.) is a non-partisan, citizen activist group with the goal to defend the inalienable human rights of equality and liberty as defined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in the American Declaration of Independence. Our objective is defend humanity’s universal human rights as part of our love for our fellow human beings. As individuals responsible for equality and liberty, we challenge those who use institutionalized hate as justification for intolerance, violence, and murder. We believe the answer to institutionalized hate is LOVE, and we believe that ultimately, Love Wins. Our public support for our fellow human beings’ universal human rights is our commitment of love as the answer to hate.