MAY MONTHLY WMFLTPA MEETING - CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION COMMISSION PROCESS
You Have The Power
This month we will focus on the upcoming Constitutional Revision Commission process as well as discuss upcoming events such as St.Pete Pride, Restore Civil Rights for Felons.
MAY DAY TAMPA MARCH AND RALLY
May 1 at 5 PM - 8 PM
1226 E 7th Ave, Tampa, Florida 33605
Join Fight for 15, Black Lives Matter Tampa, local unions, Tampa for Justice, Community Protection Coalition, Florida Immigrant Coalition, Organize Florida, Faith in Florida, and many others as we celebrate International Workers Day with a March and Tour of Ybor City's Historic Labor Movement battles connecting the dots from the historic immigrant movements that helped to build unions and the middle class to today's fights for worker's rights and against the rising tide of racist, xenophobic, anti-worker politicians and policies that seek to divide and oppress us. We will begin at Sociedad La Union Marti Maceo Club and conclude at Centennial Park.
May Day March After Party With CuKiAra! at New World Brewery from 8 PM to 12 AM
Bring Signs, Banners, Puppets, Drums, your hopes, dreams, and indignation, and all your friends. We will be Loud and Proud!
As the folks at Beyond the Moment: Uniting Movements from April 4th to May Day put it:
"In the context of a new President using grandiose promises of job creation to mask the fundamentally anti-worker and pro-corporation nature of his policies, it is imperative that we put forth a true, collective vision of economic justice and worker justice, for all people.
This May Day, we are uniquely positioned to recast the predominant left narratives around economic justice toward a more radically inclusive frame that elevates the voices of Black and Brown workers, and to bring together a broad sector of the left to provide meaningful interventions around anti-Blackness, intersectionality and racial justice."
Keep up with all the Women's March Tampa chapter and supporting organization events using our event calendar.