STEVE YOUNG ANNOUNCES SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2021 “RALLY” ON THE BOARDWALK IN ATLANTIC CITY - DIRECTLY ACROSS FROM BOARDWALK HALL

Atlantic City activist Steve Young has created his own cottage industry by holding protests in Atlantic City during the peak Holiday weekends.

Such will be the case tomorrow, Saturday, September 4, 2021.

Young staged several protests in 2020, which promptly drew counter responses from other activists and groups to attend … such as The Pagans.

Mike Merlino and The American Legion Riders also came out in mass to protect the statues at Columbus Park in Atlantic City when there was a threat that these precious military statues might be vandalized or destroyed.

Here is the exact promotional materials from Young about tomorrow’s rally in Atlantic City:

Labor Day Weekend Rally on Atlantic City Boardwalk SATURDAY 9-4-2021

DO BLACK LIVES MATTER TO YOU?
9-4-2021
“THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES”
FOR
George Floyd-Justice in Policing Act
Honorable John Lewis-Voting Rights Act
Black Agenda

RETURN 1-YEAR LATER PAINTING BLACK LIVES MATTER ON THE ATLANTIC CITY BOARDWALK…

WE ARE BLACK AND WE ARE BACK…

Stand up AGAINST SYSTEMIC RACISM-Voting Suppression

Date: SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 4TH, 2021
Place: Boardwalk Atlantic City-Front of Boardwalk Hall
2301 Boardwalk Atlantic City, N.J 08401
Time: 1:00p.m
SHOW UP OR SHUT UP
BRING YOUR SIGNS-MASKS-VOICES

Steve Young’s events are typically peaceful, but, designed to be disruptive in nature.

Young’s promise to paint “Black Lives Matter” on the Boardwalk directly in front of Boardwalk Hall will be met by a strong response from Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small.

Small successfully brought all parties together last year to stop this from happening.

A compromise to paint “Black Lives Matter” on the street was achieved and since removed.

It is no coincidence that Young always chooses the busiest Holiday weekends to stage his protest events … Memorial Day … 4th of July and Labor Day.

Despite often protesting against many institutional norms in Atlantic City, Young is the former Chairman of the Atlantic City Planning Board.

Young was also formerly a member of the Atlantic City Citizen’s Advisory Board.

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