Humanity Movement Events


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YEAR OF 2018



Have Respect For Your Neighbor As You Do For Self:

          Humanity Movements and Public Safety






  • January, yearly--Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month
  • Jan. 11, yearly - Human Trafficking Awareness Day
  • Jan. 19, 2019 - Rev. Dr. Martin L. King's 90th Birthday Social "Salute to Greatness Awards Gala." Announced by The King Center (5/2018).
  • Jan. 9 - 16, yearly--Week of events honoring Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr and his humanitarian activities. Article, Why So Many White Churches Ignored Rev. MLK Jr.'s Call For Justice
  • January 20, yearly--National Women's March across North America.




  • March 14, 2018--National School Walkout Day (Supporting productive student safety in local-school buildings of which are accessible to the general public and community-citizens.)
  • March 24, 2018--Gun Control Rally in a city nearest you.
  • March 24, 2018, begins 10 a.m.--March For Our Lives Rally, Washington, DC.


  • April 12 - , 2018--Holocaust Remembrance Day
  • April 20, 2018--Official National School Walkout Day
  • April 20 - 22, 2018--Global Youth Service Day


  • May 6, 2018--World Naked Gardening Day (Just in case you happen to see someone nude in your neighborhood.)
  • May 29, 2018 (afternoon)--Starbucks closed for the day to train staff on diversity (Philadelphia and California incidents).


  • June 20, yearly--World Refugee Day
  • Last Weekend of June--Immigration Protests Around the Country and Washington, D.C.


  • July 14, yearly --National Nude Day


  • August 3 - 5 Baltimore Maryland Cease Fire Weekend
  • August 21, 2018.  17-State Prisoners Rally
  • August 26, yearly U.S. Women's Equality Day
  • Month of August, yearly --Black Philanthropy Month
  • First Tuesday, yearly--National Night Out in Our Local Communities
  • Black (Mothers) Breastfeeding Week (8/25-8/31)




  • October 1--end of Winter, yearly -  Shelters and the Homelessness. Local charities stocking or asking material donations for standard items (ex. blankets, coats, winter attire, meals, etc.)
  • October 8 - No Celebration or Recognition of Columbus Day
  • October 15 - International Day of Rural Women
  • October  17 - International Day for the Eradication of Poverty


  • (Election Day activities) As long as you are in line before the doors close they have to allow you to vote. Don't leave the line. Any problem, phone 1-866-Our-Vote.
  • Nov. 6, yearly--Volunteer at your local food-bank day.
  • Thanksgiving, yearly--Take time to create new, or continue your productive family-tradition holiday moments. I don't know whether it's my personal company brand, or my ministry brand, empathy of parents working on Thanksgiving Day, but I would like to support the effort of stores and non-emergency businesses opening after 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day or closed on #ThanksgivingDay. I will highlight stores that have such business hours on Thanksgiving Day--hoping that you will support, too. Try to avoid shopping or similar activities until after 6 p.m. unless a family activity


  • December 1--#BuyBlack Movement  for Economic Improvement within the African American Culture. Does such actions include Christmas-focused designs and prints?  items with or without black Santa image?

Just a Reminder:  Public Safety Should Be Considered, When Participating In Humanity Rallies.


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"Nonviolence is a powerful and just weapon, which cuts without wounding and ennobles the man who wields it. It is a sword that heals." -Rev. Dr. Martin L. King, Jr.


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