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NH Citizens Head to DC for “One Nation” March on Washington

October 1, 2010

CONCORD, N.H. - Thousands of people are expected to gather at the National Mall in Washington, D.C., on Saturday for the "One Nation Working Together" rally, including hundreds of Granite Staters. The crowd will be diverse, made up of middle-class workers, faith leaders, peace activists, artists, labor leaders and others. The rally is about job creation, justice for all and education, says Ken Roos, a leader of SEIU Local 1984, Concord - a group that will be well represented.

Roos says the march is really a refocus to bring attention to what is right for the "regular" people of this country.

"I'd just like to see an outpouring of support from the middle class and individuals who are the backbone of the country, showing this is a nation of people, not corporations. And it's important for the people to speak, rather than the PACS and the corporations."

New Hampshire has taken a big hit in terms of manufacturing jobs - and some fear those jobs are gone forever. Not so fast, Roos says, adding that it is important to remember that we all have a voice.

"It doesn't have to be an automatic that manufacturing jobs go overseas. There could be incentives; there could be changes in attitudes if people all of a sudden went into stores and demanded that American products be carried."

The march is set to begin at the Lincoln Memorial at noon and is expected to last until 4 p.m. Several buses leave New Hampshire tonight for the nation's capital.

Rally information is available at

Monique Coppola, Public News Service - NH