Nobody is Above the Law—Host a Rapid Response Event!

Thank you for stepping up to host an emergency "Nobody is Above the Law" event to protest Donald Trump's firing of special counsel Robert Mueller. 

Creating an event is easy! Just fill out the form below to begin. You will also need to confirm your event before it goes live. 

Because we do not know if or when Donald Trump will fire special counsel Mueller, the time and date of the events are unknown. Please set the date of your event far in the future so it doesn't expire, as past events will not appear on the map. We're suggesting you set the events for the placeholder time of 5 P.M. on December 31, 2017, and update the event with the appropriate time and date if Mueller is fired and we swing into action. 

Organizers are encouraging no more than one event take place per city, to minimize the amount of time spent on logistics and maximize the size of each crowd. If an event already exists near you, please consider attending that event rather than creating your own. You can contact an existing event host to offer assistance after RSVPing to the event. That person can add attendees as co-hosts if they are able to offer additional organizing support.  

 

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      Here are the basic requirements for event hosts:

      I Understand the Event Timing: If Trump fires Mueller prior to 2 P.M. local time, rallies will occur at 5 P.M. local time that day; If Trump fires Mueller after 2 P.M. local time, rallies will occur at noon local time the following day.

      Here are the rules for hosting events:

      The events will be hosted on a website owned and operated by MoveOn.org. MoveOn is committed to insuring that the events will all meet a standard necessary for its members to feel safe at the events. As a result, we are asking everyone volunteering to host a rapid response event to commit to these agreements in word and spirit.

      By submitting this form you agree:

      (1) to follow MoveOn and Public Citizen's written directions regarding the organization, messaging, and timetable for events;
      (2) to use all scripts and materials provided by MoveOn or Public Citizen for your events;
      (3) to include in all emails sent to participants, in all press releases and announcements and other communications regarding the events, the following language: “Everyone participating in this Event will be required to abide by all applicable laws and lawful orders of authorities. This Event will be nonviolent and will not involve any civil disobedience or other violation of law”;
      (4) to notify police of your event and, if possible on the given timeline, to obtain all permits and licenses necessary to hold events;
      (5) to communicate and coordinate with local law enforcement authorities to make them aware of your events and offer to coordinate and cooperate with them in arranging for security of event participants and the public, to the extent applicable and necessary;
      (6) not to request or direct, or knowingly permit anyone acting on his/her or its behalf to request or direct, any participant of your events to engage in any unlawful activity, including unlawful nonviolent direct action;
      (7) in no event will MoveOn or Public Citizen be responsible or liable for any injury to any person or damages to any property occurring in the course of, or by reason of events you organize as a MoveOn volunteer.

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