The first free speech week of 2017 has been postponed after a gunman opened fire in Charlottesville, Virginia, killing a woman and injuring more than a dozen others.
But there’s one more week of ‘free speech’ planned in the District before it’s canceled.
On Friday, the National Park Service announced a new “Free Speech week” at the nation’s capital.
It’s the first free-speech event in the city since Trump’s election and the first since a gunman killed nine people at a rally in October.
The Park Service has also invited people to protest and take pictures of “graffiti” on the Washington Monument.
The first two weeks of ‘Free speech’ in DC have been postponed due to safety concernsThe National Park Police are also asking people to stay away from areas of the National Mall where protesters have been camping out.