It's Time to March!
Saturday October 12, 2019
Denver, Colorado — The ancestral homelands of the
Ute, Cheyenne, and Arapaho nations
(4 start locations, see below)
In solidarity with all nations and people of color
against all forms of white supremacy.
To demand the repeal of Columbus Day
in the state of Colorado and the
commitment to our guiding principles.
11:00 AM - Meet At Direction (see below)
12:00 PM - March
1:00 PM - Rally at Capital
2:00 PM Food and Workshop
(Bring utensils and water bottles)
Meet Up Locations
Meet at Viking Park (23rd and Federal)
CLOSE THE CONCENTRATION CAMPS (Black)
Meet at Mestizo Curtis Park (30th and Champa St.)
HONORING OUR ELDERS THROUGH SPIRITUAL RESPECT (Red)
Meet at Cheesman Park (12th and Franklin)
HARMONY WITH THE EARTH (Yellow)
Meet at Four Winds American Indian Council (5th and Bannock)
HONORING INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' RIGHTS (White)
NOTE: This is a drug- and alcohol-free event.
Call for Volunteers
Want to volunteer for the Four Directions All Nations March?
*BANNERS: Join us for a banner and sign making party on Wednesday, October 9 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM If you are able, please consider contributing any of the following supplies: cardboard, sheets, shower curtains/plastic tarps, paint, stencils.
*FOOD: Help us prepare enough food to feed the people at the march. More details to follow on when and where food will be prepared.
*MARSHAL: Volunteer to be a marshal at the march and help direct marchers and control traffic flow. More details to follow on marshal trainings.
*SINGERS: Help us identify singers and drummers to lead marchers from each of the four directions.
*PLANNING MEETING: Join us for our final planning meeting on Sunday, October 6 at 2:00 PM Please bring a dish or beverage to share.
We have had enough violence and injustice. This is just the beginning. Each of our communities is ready to work together to dismantle white supremacy by any means necessary. In centering the historically marginalized, we wish to celebrate our Black, Indigenous, Brown, Muslim, Asian, and Jewish folk; women; the LGBTQ+ community, the economically disenfranchised, community members with disabilities, and all intersections in between. As we seek liberation, we hope that our white allies and accomplices against white supremacy will join us.