Organizers include local realtor Sue-Ann Divito, Reverend Michael Ruk of St. Philips Episcopal Church, and Solebury Democrats Chair Carol Wasserman Spiewak.
Speakers at the event will include a Solebury supervisor, a school board member, and Rev. Ruk, and singers are scheduled to perform.
“Join our community as we come together to protest the recent murdering of George Floyd, call out systemic racism, and discuss actions we can take for change,” said organizers. “We will be practicing social distancing, so please wear a mask.
The rally takes place from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday at Magill’s Hill Park at River and Chapel Roads. Organizers said attendees can park across the street in the Canal Park lot, and are encouraged to bring signs and water.
Hundreds of local residents marched in support of the Black Lives Matter movement in Lambertville and New Hope on June 6.