"One piece of the evening will be hearing the stories and experiences of [Jordan Flaherty] and [Jesse Muhammad]," [Richard Vallejo] noted. "Those stories are important for people to hear and talk about, especially how they relate to conditions in Syracuse." Flaherty added that it's important for communities to connect with each other and relate to others' struggles. "Whatever issue you're concerned about, if you look at New Orleans, that's a dystopian example of how hard these struggles can be, but also they're inspiring to rally around."The Syracuse stop is the sixth on this 65-city tour that stretches over 80 days. The speakers will be coming from Burlington, Vt., and then heading to Pittsburgh the next day. They'll spend a few days in Canada as well. "I've worked on other tours, but I do feel like this is the most ambitious and the most intense," Flaherty said. "In every city, we've connected with people who are doing exciting organizing."