08:00 AM, Monday, June 25, 2018
Little Rock, Arkansas— Monday, June 25, 2018 — Veterans Walk in Solidarity announced that Veterans Walk in Solidarity will come to Little Rock, Arkansas, August 4, 2018, 10am to 2pm for a massive Walk in Solidarity.
The walk will begin at 9:30am beginning at S. Ringo Street and W. Capitol ST. and proceed to the Arkansas State Capitol.
In the Capitol Rotunda will be a Veterans Fair with Representatives from various Organizations including the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The Solidarity Meet will start at 10am on the front capitol steps with the presentation of the Color Guards, National Anthem, and pledge of allegiance, and prayer. Special guest speakers including mayors, state government officials, and others will be present to speak. Special entertainment will also be included. Fred Potter, from Alma, Arkansas, is the Special Guest of Honor. Fred Potter is a 88 year old Korean War Veteran who served in the Marine and Army. Fred, once a multimillionaire, is the veteran who has endured substantial harm in a trust dispute and the actions of a tyrant Judge in Waldron, Arkansas. This case has received great news media coverage.
Veterans from all over will Walk in Solidarity to support the proposed The Fred Potter Senior Citizen Financial Protection Act to establish laws to prevent financial encumbrance and rights of enjoying the fruits of our labor for all senior veterans and including all senior citizens.
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Veterans Walk in Solidarity is an organization made up of military veterans, military family members, supporters, and friends. Veterans from all branches of service are dedicated to solidarity, and making that walk-in solidarity to bring awareness, and to support, inspire, and offer encouragement for our brothers and sisters who served their country. Together we will come together in solidarity.
Our mission is to bring together Veterans, Veteran organizations, resource service providers that include The Department of Veterans Affairs, The Salvation Army, The Red Cross, and others joining with friends, supporters and government officials to show solidarity in efforts to support the men and women who served honorably for their state and country.
Alice Davis, Executive Coordinator
Robert Reed, Public Affairs Coordinator