Step Four - date, agenda, and assignment of tasks
Choose a date for the demonstration.
Determine who will be in charge of what and when the particular jobs must be completed. Create a calendar with a timeline including the date for the demonstration, and then work backwards listing every detail of what needs to be accomplished. To have a wonderful cause ruined by a lack of organization would be a waste.
Assign tasks and determine roles.
It is useful to make sure everyone knows their assigned tasks. When organizing a demonstration, you probably want one group responsible emceeing the protest itself; one group in charge with getting the required permits, and if necessary, being in contact with the police; one group responsible for working with the media; and one responsible for signs, art, and chants. Everyone should be responsible for spreading the word to the general public.
Also, always make sure you have an emcee who is in charge of the speakers’ order. It’s this person’s responsibility to bring a bullhorn or amplifier and to keep the program moving smoothly.
Running List of Speakers: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=119306
List of Committed Musicians for the D.C. March: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=118727Ok - I would like to officially volunteer to head up the organization of DC area bands and dj's that would play and or be involved in this event - that will perform for free.
There are some big name acts that are either from the DC / Baltimore metro area plus up and coming acts. I have contacts both in terms of artists and production resources for putting this type thing on. - CareerTech1
If you're a musician and can commit to play in Washing D.C. for the r3VOLution March...We will have several stages with musicians playing during the day with up to 100 acts throughout the day. Send me a Private Message (RonPaulVolunteer) if you need to or you can give out this email for bands or their management to contact me directly: June7Music @ gmail.com