**Media Advisory for Monday, January 10th, at 12:00pm**
State Legislators & Community Leaders To Hold Virtual Rally to Demand People Centered Policies in the 2022 Session
Representatives Angie Nixon, Tracie Davis, Anna Eskamani, Carlos Guillermo Smith, Marie Woodson, community leaders, and civil rights activist Ben Frazier rally on behalf of the people of Florida, not the powerful
TALLAHASSEE — With Florida’s 2022 legislative session set to begin on January 11th, State Representative Angie Nixon (D-Jacksonville), along with her Democratic colleagues and advocates from throughout the state, will host a virtual rally on Monday, January 10th, at 12:00pm. Together, they will demand that people centered policies be put first this year instead of concerns of the wealthy and powerful corporations.
In addition to Representative Angie Nixon, speakers for the event will include Representative Tracie Davis (D-Jacksonville), Representative Anna Eskamani (D-Orlando), Representative Carlos Guillermo Smith (D-Orlando), Representative Marie Woodson (D-Hollywood), civil rights activist Ben Frazier, and community leaders from a range of organizations advocating for everyday Floridians. They will be addressing issues that the Governor and Republican leadership have refused to address such as access to affordable housing, improving public education, expanding access to health care, and much more.
Other participating organizations at the rally include the Democratic Black Caucus of Florida, the Florida AFL-CIO, Florida Rising, the Democratic Women’s Club of Florida, FLIC Votes, Florida Planned Parenthood PAC, and 1199SEIU.
Those wishing to attend may register here
- Representative Angie Nixon, District 14
- Representative Tracie Davis, District 13
- Representative Anna Eskamani, District 47
- Representative Carlos Guillermo Smith, District 49
- Representative Marie Woodson, District 101
- Ben Frazier, Civil Rights Activist
What: Virtual Rally to Demand People Centered PoliciesWhen: Monday, January 10th, 12:00pm
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