What is #MarchForTruth?
Read this press release announcing the #MarchForTruth and its partners
Read The Washington Post's coverage of #MarchForTruth
#MarchForTruth is a coalition of national partner organizations and grassroots organizers and activists established to demand answers on Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election and ties to Donald Trump, his campaign, his family and his aides.
One June 3rd, 2017, #MarchForTruth led a nationwide demonstration to let our elected leaders know that Americans want answers. The legitimacy of our democracy is more important than the interests of any party, or any President. Our demand was for a fair and impartial investigation, for the pursuit of truth, and for the restoration of faith in our electoral system and the Office of the Presidency.
Across the country, peaceful demonstrations took place on Saturday, June 3rd with simple demands:
An independent commission must be established, and Congressional investigations should be properly resourced and pursued free of partisan interests;
As much information should be made available to the public as possible, and as soon as possible;
Congress should require Donald Trump to release his tax returns to clarify his business interests and obligations to any foreign entity;
If crimes were committed or if collusion is discovered, it must be prosecuted.
Throughout 2017, 2018 and the early part of 2019, March for Truth was primarily in service to the Not Above the Law Coalition, a coalition of organizations that functioned to protect the Mueller investigation, advocate for election security and raise awareness of corruption and its effects on democracy.
With the publishing of the Mueller report, March for Truth helped launch the Mueller Book Club, an effort to encourage all Americans to read the report for themselves and learn about its findings. Now March For Truth is convening Impeachment University, an effort to explore and explain this rarely used Constitutional mechanism, and why it is important to hold Donald Trump to account for multiple impeachable offenses.