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| July 13, 2017

Every Tuesday-Resist Trump Tuesdays, 10:30 am
Corner of Kennedy and Dale Mabry Blvd, Tampa. Sponsored by Indivisible Tampa – Join us every Tues for our ongoing show of dissent! Bring your favorite sign.
Every Wednesday – Independent Investigation Rally, 12 noon – 1:30pm
@ St. Petersburg Judicial Building, 545 1st Ave N, St Petersburg, FL 33711. Ongoing Wednesday rallies to demand a public, independent investigation into Trump/Russia ties. Bring signs! We meet on the sidewalks surrounding the St. Pete Judicial Building.  Organized by Floridians Against Corruption & Treason (FACT).

Saturday, December 16: 9 am – 1 pm   Tampa
Tampa Black Business Bus Tour
5008 E 10th Ave, Tampa, Florida 33619

Join up with the Black Business Bus Tour — an economic empowerment day for local Black-owned businesses throughout Tampa Bay, circulating dollars back into the community. Includes entertainment, vendors and food trucks. “Buy Black Wrap It Black.” Wrapping station will be available onsite after the Tour.  Staging starts at 8AM. departing promptly at 9AM and returning at 1PM.

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Sunday, December 17: 5 pm   St Pete
National Homeless Persons’ Memorial Service – St. Pete
Trinity Lutheran Church, 401 5th St. N, St. Petersburg FL

People in Pinellas County who’ve died while experiencing homelessness will be remembered at the National Homeless Persons’ Memorial Service. A meal for all will follow the service, followed by the distribution of backpacks containing personal care products.

To contribute food or personal care products, or to volunteer for the meal, call Reggie at (727) 327-2191.

Tuesday, December 19: 6:30 pm
The Changing Face of America with Reza Jalali
Fogartyville, 525 Kumquat Ct.

Reza Jalali, is a Kurd from Iran, a human rights and refugee activist who has lived in Maine since 1985.  A Muslim scholar, educator, and writer, he is the coordinator of multicultural student affairs at the University of Southern Maine and advises Muslim students at Bowdoin College. His most recent work includes the 2013 book Homesick Mosque and Other Stories as well as the 2015 play The Poets and the Assassin, which offers historic and contemporary insights into the plight of women in Iran.

Monday, December 25: 3-6 pm   St Pete
Outreach on Christmas Day
Trinity Lutheran Church, 401 5th St. N., St. Petersburg FL

Provide food, monetary assistance, or volunteer time to help Celebrate Outreach — a partnership of St. Petersburg area faith-based congregations and individuals who are dedicated to addressing and preventing homelessness — as they cook and serve an annual Christmas Dinner to those in need.

To help, contact G. W. Rolle at or (727) 424-1088.

Saturday, January 20, 2018: noon – 4 pm  
March for Democracy    Sarasota    noon – 4 pm
In recognition of the anniversary of the Solidarity March and the Supreme Court’s Citizen’s United Decision, we will be marching to save our democracy. It is “We the People” not “we the corporations.” Join Action Together Suncoast, Move to Amend, the many Indivisible groups of the area and many more as we stand up for our rights and get ready for the election season. Join us to show that democracy is not dead and we are not going anywhere!

Co-sponsors: Action Together Suncoast, Move To Amend, Indivisible East Manatee, MDC Indivisible, Indivisible Bradenton Pro-gressive, Northeast Sarasota Indivisible, ACLU, Planned Parenthood, Englewood Indivisible, We Are Indivisible, Indivisible Venice.

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