This Saturday, a Walk and Rally to Address Teen Pregnancy in the District

26 Apr

DC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy is pleased to invite you to…

Take A Step To Prevent Teen Pregnancy 1st Annual Walk and Rally

REGISTER BY CLICKING HERE

You won’t want to miss DC Campaign’s first ever Take A Step to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Walk and Rally on Saturday, May 8, 2010 at 10 am. 

Location: Samuel Gompers Park  Eleventh St and Massachusetts Ave, DC

 

Step out to make teen pregnancy a thing of the past alongside co-sponsor, Councilmember Kwame Brown.
Councilmember Kwame R. Brown Co-Sponsors “Take a Step to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Walk and Rally” 
 Teen Pregnancy is in no one’s best interest.  Whether it be the young people who have had their dreams deferred because of pregnancy or the taxpayer that must help bear the burden of funding programs and institutions that suport teen parents and their children, everyone in our proud city is affected. – Councilman Brown
Join Anwan “Big G” Glover, star of HBO Series The Wire, DC Campaign’s Youth Leadership Task Force, board members, funders, and youth serving organizations at Samuel Gompers Park on Saturday, May 8, 2010 @10:00AM, from there we will walk together to the John Wilson Building.
You can be part of this exciting activity by registering today! 
This Walk is for boys and girls, as well as adults, who care about protecting the children of the District of Columbia from the pitfalls of teen pregnancy.
The mission of DC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy is to cut DC’s teen pregnancy rate in half by 2015.  We need your help to make that happen. Please Take a Step to Prevent Teen Pregnancy today and register for this rally. 
For more information about the walk, please contact Jay Cooper at: jcooper@dccampaign.org or call 202.789.4666 ext 13.
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