June 30th Worldwide Protests

June 30th has been dubbed the “Liberation Day” for Sudan.

Sudanese Diaspora communities around the world are organizing a day of solidarity with the Sudanese revolution on Saturday June 30, 2012. They will assemble in various key cities around the world for a round of synchronized protests that will call for, “FREEDOM, PEACE, JUSTICE”, the very chants of protestors on the streets all around Sudan.

Please come with banners, loudspeakers, cameras and good spirits to share the demands of the people of Sudan with the world. 

LONDON

When: June 30, 1:30pm
Where: Lancaster Gate, London. Protestors will then head to 10 Downing street to hand in their letter, then continue to the Sudanese Embassy where there will be media coverage.
For more details see this Facebook page. 

DUBLIN

When: June 30, 1:00pm
Where: O’Connell Street, d1 Dublin, Ireland
For more details see this Facebook page.

NEW YORK

When: June 30 at 12:00pm EST
Where: UN Mission of Sudan, 305 East 47th Street, New York, NY 10017
For more details contact: Shama Madibo: sheshe3579@hotmail.com and Yusra Hassan: yhassan85@hotmail.com 

and see this Facebook page.

WASHINGTON D.C.

When: June 30, 1:00pm to 5:00pm EST
Where: Embassy of Sudan, 2210 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest, Washington D.C.
For more details contact: sudanrevolts2012@girifna.com

TORONTO

When: June 30, 11:00am to 3:00pm EST
Where: Nathan Phillip square, Toronto
For more details see the video below.

ARIZONA

When: This Friday, June 29 at 12:00pm (AZ Mountain Time) AND Saturday, June 30 at 8:00am (AZ Mountain Time)
Where: By the Convention Center in downtown Phoenix, 100 North 3rd Street, Phoenix AZ
Fore more details check this Facebook page.

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