March for Civility Updates & News

Dwayne Clark to Speak at March for Civility

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Civility isn’t just confined to political or race issues, often in our society seniors are overlooked or marginalized. Dwayne Clark realized this injustice while caring for his mother who was suffering from Alzheimer’s. Dwayne has spent the last 20 years founding and running Aegis Living, a leader in the world of assisted living.

We are excited to have Dwayne on stage Saturday to shed light on those less fortunate communities that don’t often dominate the headlines.

Read more about Dwayne’s story here.

Tommy Norman, A Cop Doing It Right

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Tommy Norman is a longtime patrolman/officer who has worked in the North Little Rock Police Department since 1998. He came to national prominence in 2015 via a CNN interview that included rapper Killer Mike. Killer Mike spoke about how Officer Norman was “doing something right” by connecting with inner-city youth, in particular minority communities of color. Check out the CNN interview and then come join us on Saturday to hear from Officer Norman.

Check out the CNN interview above and come join us on Saturday to hear from Officer Norman directly.

Ken Nwadike of Free Hugs

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The March for Civility would not be possible without the leadership and support of Ken Nwadike. Ken not only has thrown his full support behind this event but has also agreed to emcee on Saturday. We couldn’t think of a better person to host the event.

Ken is a peace activist, inspirational speaker, and video journalist popularly known as the Free Hugs Guy. Naturally, Ken is the founder of the Free Hugs Project. Today his videos have reached hundreds of millions on Facebook and YouTube.

Click here to learn more about Ken and Free Hugs.

JUST ANNOUNCED: Friday Night Mixer Has Been Added

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There are only 5 more days till Saturday and we’re excited about the momentum. From speakers to bands, to all of you who have RSVPed, thank you to everyone!

For those coming from out of town, we’re having a non-sponsored, non-hosted meet and greet for any Civility marchers who want to get together Friday night and start the movement early.  Please wear your restore civility t-shirt to help spread the word about the march.

We’ll be at The Sovereign  1206 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007 starting at 7-9PM.

We hope to see everyone there.