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Truth to Power Florida March 2019
January 19, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pmFREE
Women’s March Florida and our regional chapters are an independent 501c4 led by volunteer local Floridians. Learn more and get involved at www.womensmarchfl.org
3rd ANNUAL WOMEN’S MARCH; TRUTH TO POWER
WE’VE MARCHED. WE’VE ACTED. NOW, WE SPEAK TRUTH TO POWER.
Women’s March Florida Hosts A CELEBRATION OF WOMEN AND FEMMES!
10:00 AM march with MLK Parade to stand up for Social Justice, Civil Liberties and Unity
12:30 PM Truth-to-Power Event begins at Lake Eola Park Northeast Lawn.
In January 2017 we made history when the women’s movement took the world by storm with 576 solidarity marches across every state and every country. We shouted that we would NOT be silent anymore! We marched, we acted and now we are speaking truth to power!
Join us in Orlando, Florida on January 19, 2019 with our sister chapters from across the state, as we celebrate YOU, the women and femmes who won and who lead the grass roots efforts to make this all possible!!
We have a day of activities planned to lift you up and propel you forward, as we harness the positive momentum of progress that we have achieved, to help us stay energized and continue to drive positive change on issues that matter to us.
Activist Yoga and the Circle of Intention will take place on the northwest lawn.
SPONSOR and Issues information TABLES will be located on the southwest lawn – click here for sponsorship/tabling opportunities!
Click here to VOLUNTEER!
We will have performance art!
CONFIRMED SPEAKERS SO FAR:
Cantor Jacqueline Rawiszer will offer Words of Unity
Amaris E. Leon (UCF Graduate and Moot Court Coach, FAMU Law Student, Organizer, Proud Feminist, Social Justice Advocate) will speak to “I believe her”/ Violence Against Women.
Queene Thompson Brown (CNN Hero 07, Motivational & Public Speaker, Producer & Host of Queen Brown Show, Author & Columnist), and Hannah Siegel, will speak to Gun Violence and Reform.
Diana Perez Curry and Adela Marie (Misión Boricua) will speak to Puerto Rico and the Jones Act.
Alex Andrews will speak to Trafficking, the Crime Against Women.
State Attorney, Aramis Donell Ayala, will speak to Prison Reform and Freeing our Sisters.
Dian Y. Alarcón (National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health) will speak to Reproductive Rights.
CONFIRMED PERFORMERS SO FAR:
Dj Melo Yelo will bring power through music.
Simba Castano will perform Spoken Word – “Young Queen”.
Betty Osceola and Cherrah Giles will lead us in Indigenous Tribal Prayer and Song of Women.
DETAILS for the day:
Feel free to bring signs without any sticks and lawn chairs.
Food truck vendors should contact us to participate.
And there is PARKING available around Lake Eola.
Buses should plan to park on E. Robinson St. between N, Rosalind Av and N. Eola Dr.
The March in the MLK Parade will begin at 10:00 AM from W. Livingston St at 425 N. Orange Ave.
Click here for the OFFICIAL T-SHIRT beautifully designed by Martha Hooten to help fund the day (see discussion posts for for a better visualization of the design):