You have until October 15, 2018 to make comments on the National Park Service’s proposed rule changes.
Because these are comments that have to be submitted through the Federal Registry, we aren’t able to provide an automatic tool for you use. You will have to click here to submit comments on the government website. It’s important for you to use your own words and highlight your experience. You should also know that the comments (including your name) are public.
Wondering what to say?
If a new set regulations passes, activists will face serious hurdles in organizing protests on the National Mall or at the White House, potentially making such demonstrations a thing of the past.
We need your help in defending the right to protest.
The National Park Service is asking for comments on their proposed regulations and they need to hear from. You have until October 15 to submit them.
The NPS proposed regulations that would adversely impact the right to protest include:
Protests against lynching and for women’s rights in front of the White House, the March on Washington and anti-war protests on the National Mall are some of the most iconic images of our democracy.
Let’s make sure we never lose our right to struggle for justice!