Make your words the voice of the marchers
Submit a message for the stop and frisk silent march visuals
The silent march is a powerful form of protest first used by the NAACP over 95 years ago. On June 17th, we are hosting a silent march through New York City to call for an end to stop and frisk, and to raise awareness of racial profiling.
Since the marchers will be silent, we need you to be our voice. Submit a message of 15 words or less that we could use on the signs, banners, and posters for the march.