Sunday, April 29, 4-6pm, beginning at Genoa Park, 303 W. Broad St.

This event will begin at 4pm at Genoa Park, 303 W. Broad St.; we will then march to the Ohio Supreme Court Building [near the large metal gavel], 65 S. Front St.

The Interfaith March for Peace and Justice is a nonpartisan event meant to affirm the freedom of religion and to condemn all acts of discrimination directed towards people because of their religion, race, or place of origin.

On April 29, stand up against racism and religious intolerance with people around the country and the world as we march together! The Columbus March will begin at Genoa Park at 4:30pm; attendees should arrive by 4pm.

Our Guiding Principles

1. We believe that all people should be free to practice their faith without fear of discrimination, intimidation, or reprisal.

2. We believe that multiple religions can coexist peacefully and contribute to the common good.

3. We believe that equal justice and equal protection under the law are rights to which all people are entitled regardless of race.

4. We believe that the government of every state and of our great nation should protect those who are most vulnerable and never fail to seek justice for acts of violence perpetrated against minorities by those who claim superiority or dominance.

Please visit the interfaithmarch.com website for additional information.

Hosted by Interfaith March, Peace Catalyst International Columbus, and Council on American-Islamic Relations [CAIR] Columbus.

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Sunday, April 29, 2018 - 4:00pm

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