Thu, Mar 08 | 91 Public Square, Cleveland, OH 44113

Betsy Rader Speaks at the Cleveland's International Women's Day

Betsy Rader will be one of the four keynote speakers a the Old Stone Church beginning at 5 pm and following the 4:45 pm march from the Free Stamp at Willard Park next to Cleveland City Hall.
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Betsy Rader Speaks at the Cleveland's International Women's Day

Time & Location

Mar 08, 2018, 7:00 PM
91 Public Square, Cleveland, OH 44113, Old Stone Church

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WE WILL MARCH FROM CLEVELAND CITY HALL AT 4;45 PM ON MARCH 8,2018 TO OLD STONE CHURCH FOR 5 PM SPEECHES INSIDE OF 23 SPEAKERS: STAY EMPOWERED. CELEBRATE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY WITH US. INFO TEL (216) 659-0473 AND EMAIL: EDITOR@CLEVELANDURBANNEWS.COM

By Clevelandurbannews.com-Hundreds are expected for the 2nd Annual 23 Speakers International Women's Day March Cleveland, an open-to-the -public march at 4:45 pm on March 8, 2018 from Cleveland City Hall to the Old Stone Church on Public Square for 5 pm speeches by 23 people inside of the church....The four keynote speakers (pictured from left to right) are lieutenant governor candidate and Akron Councilwoman Tara Mosley Samples, activist Genevieve Mitchell, congressional candidate and Civil Rights attorney Betsy Rader, and Hathway Brown School Senate President Isha Lele... CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/events/146297866035748/

Other speakers are Cleveland Ward 1 Councilman Joe Jones, Yvonka Hall, Patricia Brown, Kathy Wray Coleman, Alfred Porter Jr., Dicee Princess Moore, the Rev. Cynthia Smith, Khalid Samad, Dionne Thomas Carmichael, Marcia McCoy, Loretta Sharp Gray, Ruth Gray, Elizabeth Jones, Cindy Demsey, Mellisa Svigelj Smith, Anthony Gallagher, Dionne Thomas Carmichael, Don, Bryant, Queen Fatima Chui, and Angelique Malone, whose mother was one of the Cleveland East 93rd Street Serial Murders victims, the killer of whom is still at large....The event's Freedom Fighter award will go to Cleveland activist Ada Averyhart and retired Ohio 8th District Court of Appeals judge and activist Sara J. Harper, also a former Cleveland NAACP president and founder of the Sara J. Harper Children's Library in the inner city of Cleveland www.clevelandurbannews.com and www,kathywraycolemanonlinenewblog.com

Those endorsing this event include a diverse group of greater Cleveland community activists and community leaders with women at the helm, progressive women seeking public office, ImperialWomenCoalition.Com, International Women's Day March Cleveland, Women's March Cleveland, National Organization for Women, NE Ohio Black Health Coalition, 100 Black Women, National Council of Negro Women-Cuyahoga County Chapter, National Action Network-Cuyahoga County Chapter, Fairfax Business Association, National Congress of Black Women, Clevelandurbannews.com, Cuyahoga County Democratic Women's Caucus, Greater Cleveland Independent Black Journalists, Carl Stokes Brigade, Finding The Missing -Ebony Alert, Peace Action, Badass Teachers Association, Cuyahoga County Progressive Caucus, Black Empowerment Makes a Difference (BEMAD), Rebuilding Our Village and Protecting Our Children's Safety, Stop Targeting Ohio's Poor, Kathywraycolemanonlinenewsblog.com, Clevelandurbannews.com, Women Speak Out for Peace and Justice, Black on Black Crime Inc, Black Man's Army, Task Force for Community Mobilization, Organize Ohio, and the Northeast Ohio Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign

www.clevelandurbannews.com and www,kathywraycolemanonlinenewblog.com

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