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Friday, November 30 @ 3:30 pm

Following a 9-mile march from Goldman Sachs to Burger King’s headquarters, there will be a two-hour rally outside of Burger King’s corporate offices.  This rally will be permitted, family friendly and safe, and will feature live music, speakers, and colorful theater. Check out the program highlights here below.




Burger King Corporate Headquarters
5505 Blue Lagoon Dr.
Miami, FL 33126
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St. Dominic’s Catholic Church
5909 NW 7th St
Miami, FL 33126
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From St. Dominic’s church, walk down NW 7th St. towards NW 57th Ave., turn left on NW 57th Ave., and right on Blue Lagoon Dr. (5 minute walk)

Rally Highlights
* Coalition of Immokalee Workers
* Kerry Kennedy, daughter of Robert F. Kennedy and founder, RFK Memorial Center for Human Rights
* Bishop Felipe Estevez, Bishop, Catholic Archdiocese of Miami
* Rev. Kent Siladi, Conference Minister, Florida United Church of Christ
* Arlene Holt-Baker, Vice President, AFL-CIO
* Eliseo Medina, Vie President, Change to Win
* Camilo Mejia, Chair, Iraq Veterans Against the War
And other student/youth, religious, union and grassroots leaders from Miami and across the country!

Musical Groups:
* Hot 8 Brass Band, a New Orleans-based band that uses a unique blend of hip-hop, funk, and traditional New Orleans brass sound to contribute to movements for justice for those displaced by hurricane Katrina and farmworkers in Immokalee
* Rara Lakay, a Miami-based Haitian parade band that brings a traditional, bright and festive sound, made up of singers, drummers, and musicians
* Son del Centro, a jarana-wielding Son Jarocho outfit from Santa Ana, CA who has performed and protested alongside the CIW at national rallies in Illinois, Kentucky and California
* Olmeca, L.A.-based community organizer and truth teller with a successful album and years of supporting the CIW and the Zapatistas under his belt
* Rebel Diaz, a rising hip hop crew originating in Chile and Chicago, currently organizing in the South Bronx around immigration, education and housing issues
* Las Krudas, an energetic Cuban hip-hop trio whose fiery lyrics speak to the struggle of women everywhere
* Kuyayky, a group of five young musicians from Miami that understands the importance of cultural awareness as a way to maintain and foster the social, political, cultural and economic development of humanity

For more info., please contact Brigitte at brigitte@interfaithact.org or 239-986-0688.