Rally for UNITY at Colombo — 27 July 2014

“Rally for Unity”, as a co-host, invites you to be a part of the Solidarity Day Rally organized by Socialist Youth Union and hosted by the broader citizen movements including FUTA, Bar Association of Sri Lanka, Artists’ Collective, “Saamuhika Prayathnaya”, Muslim Council of Sri Lanka, All Ceylon Muslim League Youth Federation, Young Christian Journalists Association, Sri Lanka Tamil Media Forum, Muslim Media Forum, Professional Journalists Association and other Journalist collectives, Professional Associations, Trade Unions, Youth networks and many concerned citizens.
The solidarity walk will start in Maligawatte and expected to reach Vihara Maha Devi Park by 4pm followed by a Rally on Unity and Diversity. The rally will be followed by a Festival atmosphere with performances by various ethnic representations as well as performance artists including Sunil Perera from Gypsies, Ishak Mohideen Beg and Nalin Perera from 6.30pm onwards
We urge you to be present for the event with your friends, family, colleagues and concerned citizens to be a part of this effort to make our collective voice heard against Hate and for unity of diversity.  You are encouraged to bring a board stating “Lets Rally for Unity – Hate Has No Place in Sri Lanka” if possible and join us in this effort. The events will be multilingual.
Please forward this to your networks and urge all who are interested to join us on this Sunday the 27th July @ 4pm near the Outdoor Theatre of Vihara Maha Devi Park
Thank you!
Sent on behalf of Rally For Unity – Hate Has No Place in Sri Lanka

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