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Orange County Solidarity March & Summit

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Irvine march seeks a path out of violence, fear, anger

In the wonderful but sometimes wacky world of the internet, rumors that too often masquerade as fact spread with the speed of thumbs. This Saturday’s Solidarity March in Irvine is too significant to fall to such a fate. It’s also too important for you to miss. The march is a key effort to help lead Orange County and this nation away from suspicion and fear and toward peace and understanding. . . READ MORE

WHO: COR CDC and COR AME Church in collaboration with the Dioceses of Orange, Vice Chancellor Dr. Thomas Parham of UCI, OC Sheriff Sandra Hutchens, Irvine Police Chief Mike Hamel, OC Human Relations Commission, Envision Irvine, Pastor Jason Aguilar of The Cloud Church, OC Interfaith Network, Japanese American Citizens League (SELANOC Chapter), Anti Defamation League, Bishop Thorkelson of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Law Enforcement Accountability Network, MoreThanaHashtag, USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture, USC Cecil Murray Center for Community Engagement; Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR); Public Defender Sharon Petrosino; Superior Court Judge Karen Robinson; Pastor Kyle Zimmerman (Mariners Church, Irvine, CA); District Attorney Tony Rackaukas; Presiding Juvenile Judge Maria Hernandez; OC Chiefs of Police and Sheriff Association, Chad Halliburton of Rock Harbor (Mission Viejo)

WHAT: OC Solidarity March & Summit

WHERE: Irvine, CA – Los Olivos Marketplace (Research/Antivo & Irvine Center Drive) to COR Church (45 Tesla, Irvine CA 92618)

STARTING LOCATION: Los Olivos Marketplace
                   Cross Streets: Irvine Center Drive and Research Dr./Antivo

ENDING LOCATION: COR AME Church 45 Irvine, CA 92618

PARKING: COR AME Church 45 Tesla Irvine, CA 92618

**Shuttles will transport people from COR (45 Tesla Irvine, CA) to the Marketplace for the beginning of the March – starting at 10am**

WHEN: August 13th, 2016 - 11:00 AM to 4:30 PM

        - Rally at Los Olivos Marketplace at 11:00am
        - Refreshments at 1:00pm
Summit: 1:00pm (or immediately Following the March)

WHY:  A peaceful response to acts of violence against disenfranchised communities; To promote cultural competency, love amongst neighbors, and togetherness; To affirm the value of lives of color; To address the perceived lack of accountability in the criminal justice system; To restore and affirm trust in public servants; To demonstrate a model for productively impacting the development of policy and procedures around community policing; to build solidarity across color and faith lines; To engage community stakeholders in solutions oriented action and civic engagement, and; To incentivize community stakeholders to build coalitions of like minds & interests.


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