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anne mikolay 2018Consider this a public service announcement.

The “Nobody is Above the Law” coalition, an organization of progressive advocacy groups (including MoveOn, Public Citizen, Stand Up America, Women’s March, #MarchforTruth, Greenpeace, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, and more), will hold a “historic nationwide mobilization” event across the United States on the eve of the House of Representatives'  vote on articles of impeachment against the 45th President, Donald J. Trump.

According to impeach.org, “protesters will gather in front of the district offices of House members” and these “events will be visible, family-friendly, public gatherings to demonstrate to our lawmakers that their constituents are behind them to defend the Constitution - and that Trump has left them no alternative to uphold their oath of office but to support impeachment and removal.” Nearly 120 events are planned in more than 80 cities.

In New Jersey/New York, protesters will gather at: New Brunswick Clerk’s Office

North Brunswick, NJ 08901; South Orange Train Station, South Orange, NJ 07079; Summit Train Station, Summit, NJ 07901; Princeton Hinds Plaza, Princeton, NJ 08542; Times Square, New York, NJ 10036

MoveOn, in a tweet, invited Americans to participate in the historic event: “Where will you be the evening before the House impeaches Donald Trump? #NotAboveTheLaw When the House votes on articles of impeachment, we’re going to show up around the country to drive a message that Americans believe nobody is above the law. Sign up at https://Impeach.org.”

Additionally, “Nobody Is Above the Law” states: “A core principle shared by supporting organizations is a commitment to nonviolent, peaceful actions. All actions that are sponsored or organized on this page are intended to be nonviolent and peaceful. We expect all participants to act lawfully at all times and to seek to de-escalate any potential confrontation with those who disagree with our values.”

Americans, wise up and rise up! Impeach and remove!

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