For Immediate Release
David Alexander Bullock and Change Agent Consortium to Hold Protest at the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department Tomorrow
DETROIT - In response to the inhumane shutoffs by the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department the Change Agent Consortium will hold a protest TOMORROW at 11 a.m. at the Detroit Water and Sewerage Water Board Building. Earlier today United Nation’s experts cited the water shutoffs due to delinquent bills as violative of international human rights. The city announced earlier this year that it would be shutting of service for those $150 or two months behind in paying their bills. Members of the community are encouraged to come out and join the protest.
WHAT: Detroit Water Shutoffs Protest
WHEN: TOMORROW – Thursday, June 26, 2014, 11 a.m.
WHERE: Detroit Water and Sewerage Department Water Board Building, 735 Randolph St., Detroit, MI 48226
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WHO: David Alexander Bullock (National Spokesperson, Change Agent Consortium)
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The Change Agent Consortium is a national coalition of faith, labor, civil rights organizations and active citizens. We combine the best of the protest tradition (direct action) with economic empowerment, community development and community organizing to effect real change and real solutions. We believe that authentic social change must combine the power of grassroots protest (direct action), public policy and local projects that help communities discover themselves, determine themselves and develop themselves. For more information please visit www.actioncac.org.