If you can afford it, please support the Kremlin Annex’s nightly protests in Lafayette Park in Washington, D.C.
The ongoing protest event now known as The Kremlin Annex debuted on July 16, 2018, in the wake of the toe-curlingly terrible Putin-Trump meeting in Helsinki, Finland.
The Kremlin Annex folks have faithfully appeared in Lafayette Park almost every night since then, tweaking their protest to reflect the horror du jour.
Sometimes they have celebrity speakers, or music, or similar delights. Every protest is lively, playful, and amusing.
Now, the snag. The National Park Service, which oversees Lafayette Park, recently began demanding that the Kremlin Annex folks apply and pay for a permit for every protest they perform.
Each permit costs $120. That adds up.
The Kremlin Annex folks have asked for ongoing financial help from supporters, and have set up an ActBlue account for the purpose.
Recently, they finished a campaign to recruit 200 low-dollar contributors by March 1, 2020.
If you can give to the Kremlin Annex, be it a one-time contribution or a monthly basis, please do.
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