Join the AACRAO Black Caucus in person or virtually for the March on Washington
The police killing of George Floyd triggered a protest movement across the country. As we continue to examine and mend the fabric of America we will continue to find opportunities to take action.
Come get into "good trouble" on the 57th anniversary of the historical March on Washington where a young John Lewis marched with Martin Luther King Jr. who then delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech.
To participate in person:
Led by the National Action Network (NAN), the ‘Get Your Knee Off Our Necks’ Commitment March on Washington will be a day of action that will demonstrate our commitment to fighting for policing and criminal justice.
- Know your status. DC requires a 14 day quarantine for travelers from these states.
- Let us know. Complete the form below to let us know you're coming.
- Register with the NAN. Completing the form below will redirect you to the March on Washington registration page. When filling the "Organization/Affiliation" field enter "AACRAO."
- Attend the march preparation webinar. Indicating your intention to march adds you to a webinar invitation list where you'll learn how to prepare for the march.
To participate virtually:
Led by the NAACP, 'Our Voice. Our Movement' Virtual March on Washington will drive the movement from protest to policy to power.
- Let us know. Complete the form below to let us know you're attending online.
- Register with the NAACP. Completing the form below will redirect you to the Virtual March on Washington registration page.