“President Trump: Release Your Taxes” and “Stamp Out Tax Injustice” Rally – TAX DAY April 15th – Portland City Hall and First Parish U.U.

TAX DAY RALLIES – APRIL 15 – Noon to 4 PM –  downtown Portland



President Trump: Release Your Taxes Rally

noon to 2 pm, Portland City Hall, 389 Congress St.

March Forth, an organization formed by a group of women who attended the Women’s March in Washington the day after the Inauguration, is hosting a Tax Day Rally at Portland City Hall at noon on April 15. This rally will include a demand to President Trump to release his taxes so that the public will know his potential conflicts of interest and if he has financial ties with Russian President Putin and other Russian officials. The rally will also be about holding the Trump and LePage administrations accountable for their tax and economic policies. Tax Day rallies are taking place throughout Maine and the country.  At 2 pm, walk next door for food, talk and sending postcards to the White House, Congress and Augusta about fair taxation and govenrment budgets by and for people at the Rally 4 Justice  “Stamp Out Tax Injustice” event at First Parish U.U. at 425 Congress Street.

Speakers on the City Hall steps will include State Representative Erik Jorgensen; economist Marianne Hill; Phil Bartlett, chair of the Maine Democratic Party and a State Senator; Kim Matthews, a former attorney in Maine; Kevin Concannon, former Commisioner of Maine DHS and former Undersecretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture under President Obama;  Richmond attorney, Alice Knapp, of Maine AllCare; and DrewChristopher Joy, Executive Director, Southern Maine Workers’ Center. Continue reading ““President Trump: Release Your Taxes” and “Stamp Out Tax Injustice” Rally – TAX DAY April 15th – Portland City Hall and First Parish U.U.”

Join RALLY 4 JUSTICE Portland Maine



Join in forming a RALLY 4 JUSTICE coalition for broad progressive change to organize and mobilize opposition to hate, racism, sexism, fake news and government and economy by and for wealthy people and corporations, who unjustly profit off of the vast majority, eroding our vital democracy. Experience the joy of creating powerful solutions together. Please tell friends, family, neighbors and co-workers.

RALLLY 4 JUSTICE is based in the historic First Parish Unitarian-Universalist Meeting Hall at 425 Congress St. in Portland, Maine, where in 1832 radical Abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison stood in the pulpit and called for emancipation of slaves in the United States with full citizenship and no compensation to slave owners.

Together let’s roll up our sleeves and mobilize for justice, equality and democracy, civil liberties, environmental and economic justice, criminal justice reform, health care as a human right, voting rights, equal rights for women, immigrants, the working class, people in poverty and LGBTQ members of our community, plus quality, free, public education from pre-school through college and waging peace in a troubled world.

Come to the next RALLY 4 JUSTICE on Saturday, February 25, 2017 in the First Parish UU Meeting Hall 425 Congress St. Portland, Maine. Like us on Facebook @rally4justice.me/ .