National Rally to End Gun Violence September 25th at 1pm West Lawn Capitol

Press Release: National Rally to End Gun Violence September 25th at 1pm West Lawn Capitol

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National Rally to End Gun Violence September 25th at 1pm West Lawn Capitol

On Wednesday, September 25th at 1 pm, Americans from  around the country will come together on the West Lawn of the Capitol tp pressure Congress to pass gun safety bills to; ban assault weapons, demand universal background checks, and titling guns like cars. September 25th is also the National Remembrance Day for Murdered Victims therefore all rally attendees are encouraged to wear black. With the continued increase of mass shootings and the ongoing violence in Chicago, and major cities, we are asking Congress to protrct the lives of American citizens. On that same day, September 25th, there will also be a hearing on the "Assault Weapon Ban".

Chicago is planning to send 10 buses of people to the rally joining with many more from across the country, including members of Congress. For more information on the rally please contact one of the following, or go to the website www.endgunviolencetogether.com

Rev. Michael L. Pfleger
The Faith Community of Saint Sabina

(773) 483 - 4300

Pamela Bosley
Purpose Over Pain

(773) 236 - 8980

Po Murray
Newtown National Alliance & The Newton Foundation

(203) 512 - 1778

I'm a Believer: Father Michael Pfleger

I'm a Believer: Father Michael Pfleger

The Faith Community of St. Sabina, located in Chicago, is a celebration of life that gives witness to a legacy of faith, education and service. At the head of this service is the Rev. Dr. Michael Louis Pfleger, a Roman Catholic priest and social activist who fights for social justice by working to combat the negative influences in the world that are having an impact on our communities. By teaming up with Believe Chicago‚Ą†, and through the many programs offered at The Faith Community of St. Sabina, Pfleger is hoping to continue combating violence through opportunities and relationships.

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Fr. Michael Pfleger speaks at MLK50 commemoration

Remarks by Father Michael Pfleger, Senior Pastor from the Lorraine Motel Balcony, at National Civil Rights Museum's Commemoration of the Life and Work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on the 50th Anniversary of his Assasination, Wednesday, April 4, 2018. 

Read or Download the text of Fr. Pfleger's Speech at the MLK50 Commemoration

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