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The Rev. Al Sharpton will take his support of President Obama‘s Jobs Bill to the streets of Washington D.C. next month in a march including labor groups and civil rights organizations.

The march, which will take place on October 15th, will convene a day before President Obama speaks at the Martin Luther King memorial unveiling.

Sharpton — who is a civil rights activist, nightly TV host and staunch Obama ally — painted the march on Oct. 15 as an answer to Obama’s call to mobilize behind the jobs proposal he introduced two weeks ago and also as a refutation of the president’s critics.

“We will bring forth the masses who have not been heard in the midst of the jobs debate,” said Sharpton, who was flanked by leaders of the National Education Association, NAACP and other groups. “As the president fights for a jobs act, as supercommittees meet, they need to hear marching feet. This is to send a message to Congress.”

Read more at Washington Post

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