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'ENDA in Action: Historic Campaign Kickoff in Hialeah' 5 p.m. Saturday at Florida Blue Center


At 5 p.m. Saturday, Americans for Workplace Opportunity presents ENDA in Action: Historic Campaign Kickoff in Hialeah. The event will be at Florida Blue Center, 1001 W. 49th St., Suite 8, in Hialeah.

"We are out there hustling to get ENDA passed!" says GOP activist Mimi Planas of Miami.

To RSVP, contact nicholasd@workplaceopportunity.org

From Americans for Workplace Opportunity:

Americans from all walks of life share the basic value that no one – including lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people – should face discrimination in the workplace. There is currently no clear federal law barring workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity, but in the coming months Congress can pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). This bill would provide nationwide employment protections for LGBT people.

Americans for Workplace Opportunity is a diverse, bipartisan coalition of organizations representing the millions of people who support ENDA. The campaign is undertaking grassroots organizing across the country so that lawmakers in Washington hear loud and clear that it’s time to enshrine the basic value of workplace opportunity into law.


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