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Al Sharpton Announces Plans To Commemorate Michael Jackson's Death


 
Reverend Al Sharpton and other community leaders will hold a memorial on the 1 year anniversary of Micheal Jackson's death.  The ceremony will begin Friday, at 4:30 p.m. EST.  A moment of silence will take place at 5:26 p.m. EST when Michael Jackson died.  The following information is from Rev. Sharpton's National Action Network website:
 
 
 
A YEAR LATER --WE REMEMBER MICHAEL JACKSON--MOMENT OF SILENCE TO BE HELD BY REV. AL SHARPTON AND NATIONAL ACTION NETWORK FRIDAY, JUNE 25TH—
 
REV. SHARPTON, WHO DELIVERED A MESSAGE AT MICHAEL'S EULOGY AND BURIAL WILL REFLECT ON HIS LIFE
 
WHO:
Rev. Al Sharpton, NAN, and other community supporters and leaders
 
WHERE:
Outside of the Harlem State office Building
163 West 125th Street (1/2 block from The Apollo Theater)
125th Street & Adam Clayton Powell
 
WHEN:
Friday, June 25, 2010
4:30 p.m.
Moment of silence to take place at 5:26 p.m. EST when Michael Jackson died
 
 
Contact: Rachel Noerdlinger
President, Noerdlinger Media
(646) 981-5903/ rachel@noerdlingermedia.com

 



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