February 27, 2022

Orlandoans showed up to make their voices heard at Saturday's Rally For Our Collective Rights

A coalition of local and state activists joined forces Saturday at City Hall to protest the glut of anti-LGBTQ, anti-worker and discriminatory legislation currently being pushed through the Florida Legislature. Bros in Convo, Equality Florida, One Orlando Alliance and local leaders were joined by scores of Orlandoans to make their voices heard.

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Orlandoans showed up to make their voices heard at Saturday's Rally For Our Collective Rights
J.D. Casto
Orlandoans showed up to make their voices heard at Saturday's Rally For Our Collective Rights
J.D. Casto
Orlandoans showed up to make their voices heard at Saturday's Rally For Our Collective Rights
J.D. Casto
Orlandoans showed up to make their voices heard at Saturday's Rally For Our Collective Rights
J.D. Casto
Orlandoans showed up to make their voices heard at Saturday's Rally For Our Collective Rights
J.D. Casto
Orlandoans showed up to make their voices heard at Saturday's Rally For Our Collective Rights
J.D. Casto
Orlandoans showed up to make their voices heard at Saturday's Rally For Our Collective Rights
J.D. Casto
Orlandoans showed up to make their voices heard at Saturday's Rally For Our Collective Rights
J.D. Casto
Orlandoans showed up to make their voices heard at Saturday's Rally For Our Collective Rights
J.D. Casto
Orlandoans showed up to make their voices heard at Saturday's Rally For Our Collective Rights
J.D. Casto