On May 1, 2020 - International Workers' Day - Make America Work Again intends to peacefully assemble, march and rally.
Online PR News – 14-April-2020 – Oviedo, Florida – Today, Make America Work Again, a grassroots-collective of everyday, liberty-minded Americans, announced their intention to peacefully assemble, march, and rally on Washington, D.C. on May 1, 2020 – International Workers’ Day - for a call-to-action by the government, including but not limited to, immediate lifting of the current prohibitions on business operations (effecting a gradual reopening of the country's economy); and for the dissemination of accurate, relevant information and education on the spread of COVID-19, including outcome data; encouraging personal responsibility of those who return to the workforce, especially as it concerns the safety of the most COVID-vulnerable populations, as well as encouraging voluntary isolation of those most vulnerable and of others who may be infected.
Make America Work Again (MAWA) is uniting those who believe in and stand by the tenants that the Constitution guarantees fundamental rights and that the absolute duty of government is to ensure and protect those rights. MAWA is committed to the basic truth that American workers are the backbone of this country's economy, both on the micro and macro levels – affecting individual lives, the U.S. and the World.
To date, at least 17 million Americans have lost their right to work due to the heavy hand of government; most specifically, due to the shutting down of the country’s economy in response to the COVID-19 virus based upon seemingly inconclusive and unsettled data.
As such, MAWA grows increasingly concerned with the government's current and continued overreach in reaction to the COVID-19 virus in violation of those guaranteed rights.
Additionally, due to the lack of representation of the People by ostensibly suspending the proper legislative process, the People's ability to redress grievances in that or any other manner has been restricted if not eliminated, further exacerbating the necessity to exercise their rights through peaceful protest, assembly and march.
“In representation of American workers and the COVID-19-vulnerable population negatively or otherwise impacted by these governmental over-reactions and restrictions upon constitutionally protected rights, MAWA shall be the voice of those who cannot and do not now have the ability to otherwise redress grievances of a government that has essentially suspended the basic liberties of our free society,” said Abraham López, Chairman of Make America Work Again. López is a public relations and communications manager who was recently furloughed as a result of the Coronavirus Pandemic.
The following is Make America Work Again's Plan of Action to March; Schedule; and other information:
We will step off from Freedom Plaza and march West along Pennsylvania Ave NW, South along 15th St NW, West along Constitution Ave NW, North on 17th St NW, East on H St NW, ending at Lafayette Park for rally and dispersal.
EVENT DAY INFORMATION
Assembly/Setup Time: 10:00AM
March Start Time: 11:00AM
Lafayette Rally: 12:00PM
Disbanding Time: 2:00PM
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Additional information, calls to action, and event endorsement announcements will be shared via the above social channels.
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About Make America Work Again
Make America Work Again is born out of a grassroots-collective of everyday, liberty-minded Americans who believe in and stand by the conviction that the Constitution guarantees fundamental rights and that it is the absolute duty of government to ensure and protect those Rights. As such, Make America Work Again grows increasingly concerned with the government's current and continued overreach in reaction to the COVID-19 virus in violation of those guaranteed rights. Make America Work Again is calling for the gradual reopening of the economy in non-hotbed zones of the country and a federal, state and local strategy against COVID-19 that attacks the virus and ensures public safety while respecting constitutional rights.