[PRESSWIRE] Charleston, South Carolina – 7 November, 2017– On November 10th, activists of the unreasonable in Charleston, SC will be taking a page from Germany’s play book when Steve Bannon speaks at the Castle Republican politician Society’s Patriot Dinner. Object organizers are inviting individuals to add to the Charleston Parks the Hate Park-a-Thon.
Charleston, South Carolina/ National Event. 6:15 pm November 10th, 2017
“Irony, absurdity, and humor are typically the best resources to change a story for the much better,” states Fabian Wichmann, the concept man behind the brilliant project that pranked neo-Nazis by turning their own march into an uncontrolled anti-nazi Walk-a-thon.
Park-a-Thon donors promise and motivate others to promise funds based upon the total number of cars and trucks pertaining to see Bannon speak, which will be counted at the event. Pledged funds will go to hateXchange, the main US-counterpart of the Wichmann’s German company, Hass Hilft. hateXchange will rearrange the contributions to Human being Rights Watch, Life After Hate, and local charities in Charleston through their #DonatetheHate program.An extremely visual story, the occasion will feature balloons, silly banners, bad puns, and happy charity events cheering on attendees and their support for a dissentious political climate. This form of protest offers a response that prevents violent disputes like the catastrophe of Charlottesville.At. 6:15 PM, when Bannon takes the phase, Dr Stuart Pimm of Duke University
will lead a distinguished group of satirical scientists to complete the quote of cars and trucks based upon aerial pictures of the parking area and information from individuals counting vehicles on the ground. Outcomes will be revealed live via twitter #donatethehate. While the event will be light-hearted, there is absolutely nothing funny about Charleston
‘s fraught racial history, which reaches back over centuries and performs today day. Two years ago an extremist killed 9 people at prayer at Mother Emanuel AME Church; 2 weeks ago, local white university student dressed up as unarmed black males who died in police custody “as a joke.”Rev. Dr. Jeremy Rutledge, Senior Pastor at Charleston’s Circular Congregational Church, is on the regional steering committee
. “We are drawing on the example of people who are turning to imaginative forms of demonstration. We wish to take the unfavorable energy visitors may bring and direct it into useful work for the typical great,”says Rutledge. “Put another way, we want to turn hate into love.”Interviews readily available with hateXchange’s US spokesperson T.M. Attic, or regional organizers. We will happily offer additional info, images, and banner copies.For more
details about this subject, please visit http://charleston.hatexchange.org!.?.!Mindbuck Media, Jessie Glenn hateXchange contact: TM Garret