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Chicago rally for Syria expected to draw largest crowd yet

Posted by Admin On April - 24 - 2012

Rally urging U.S. involvement in Syria to be held April 28th, 2:30 p.m., in Downtown Chicago at Michigan & Congress

 

Americans from all backgrounds, ethnicities, and religions will come together in downtown Chicago to march for freedom in solidarity with the Syrian people. The turnout is expected to be one of the largest rallies for Syria in the Midwest.

Participants will gather at Michigan and Congress at 2 p.m., and have a large pep rally for

Syria. At the pep rally, a number of inspirational speakers will give talks on the Syrian situation and the role that the United States could play in bringing an end to the massacre. Then supporters will march to the Chicago Tribune building.

Supporters will be handing out fliers, brochures, and chanting freedom songs and chants

for Syria. The message will be clear: the United States needs to take a leadership role in

ending this tragic situation.

Photo and Video Ops: Men, women, and children of all races and religions dressed in

color clothing chanting, holding signs, and singing together for freedom for Syria.

Audio Sound Bites: A number of extraordinary speakers will give captivating and

inspirational sound bites and talks on Syria, energizing the crowd.

Contact: Syrian American Council, 630-209-4544 or  www.SACouncil.com.

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