Indivisible FL-13 Weekly Newsletter April 20, 2021

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Our next Community Conversation:
I’m Not Ok- Are You? Our Community’s Mental Health Crisis. 

Indivisible FL-13’s next Community Conversations in our series is on Wednesday, May 12 at 6:30pm and is titled I’m Not Ok- Are You? Our Community’s Mental Health CrisisSave the date!

Community Conversation Video Now Online!

The video from our April 13 Panel Discussion is now online HERE.

News coverage from Bay News 9 is HERE

Hundreds of bills that will make it harder to vote are making their way through state legislatures around the country right now, including here in Florida. And this is happening even though Florida just saw one of its most successful elections in recent history.Our PanelistsModerator Stephanie A. OwensStephanie is the principal of Dolphin Strategies in St. Petersburg, where she creates public education and participation strategies that deliver impactful citizen engagement. She has built programs for the American Cancer Society and the National Football League.

Panelist Patricia BrighamPatti is the President of the Florida League of Women Voters. A proven national and Florida grassroots leader and coalition builder, Patti joined the LWVFL state board in 2015 and moved into the position of president in 2018.

Panelist Julie MarcusJulie is the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections. She has dedicated her career to ensuring equal access to voter registration and ballots and transparency of the electoral process. In 2020, she was elected as Supervisor of Elections and was sworn in on January 5, 2021.

Photos from our 45,000 Quilt display

A short video of our April 6 through 8 presentation of the 45,000 quilt is available HERE.

The 45,000 Quilt Exhibit brings together the work of over 60 immigrant justice activists and artists from 12 states and Mexico. Each of the six, 9’ by 9’ panels contain 1000 marks to represent 1000 immigrants placed in detention daily. “The inspiration for the project was the huge number 45,000” said project founder Glen Ring, a member of the Kent St Coalition from Concord NH. 45,000(and often more) is the average number of immigrants detained by ICE per day in 2019.Fleeing violence, poverty, natural disasters and the effects of climate change are the reasons people seek asylum and they are detained or jailed, often in private for-profit detention centers for these “crimes”.


Demonstrators must wear masks and practice social distancing. Parking meters around the courthouse accept cash or credit cards. FMI on the Tuesday Demonstration and to get on John Stewart’s excellent and informative mailing contact him at or  (727) 894-2832.
Every Tuesday from 10:30-11:30 AM
Sam M. Gibbons U.S. Court House
801 N. Florida Ave.   Tampa, FL 33602

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 Florida 13 Congressperson Phone Numbers:
Senator Marco Rubio (R):                DC (202)224-3041   Local (813)287-5035
Senator Rick Scott (R):                    DC (202) 224-5274 
Representative Charlie Crist (D):     DC (202) 225-5961  Local (888)205-5569

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