Arizona Heroes & Workers Freedom March

Arizona Heroes & Workers Freedom March to Stop Mandates by Christmas

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Event

DEC
7

Arizona Heroes & Workers Freedom March

Tuesday from 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM MST

In Person

Add to Calendar 2021-12-07 12:00:00 2021-12-07 14:30:00 America/Phoenix Arizona Heroes & Workers Freedom March EVENT DETAILS (times subject to change): Noon - Meet at the Arizona Capitol in Downtown Phoenix at 1700 W Washington St. 12:30 pm - Press Conference by the rose garden with Arizona workers & elected officials. 1 pm - Rally for Workers & Freedom 1:30 pm - March to the Phoenix City Hall at 200 West Washington Street. This is a 30-minute walk. Bring your walking shoes, water, & sunscreen. 2:30 pm - Phoenix City Council meeting. This building is just south of Phoenix City Hall across the street towards Jefferson Street. The meeting is expected to go on until at least 5 pm. Sometimes meetings go until 8 pm. We plan to stay until the vote on the mandate is completed. You can sign up for public comment at EZAZ.org. You may want to bring lawn chairs to have at the City Council meeting. 1700 W Washington St<br>1700 W Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85007, USA

EVENT DETAILS (times subject to change): Noon - Meet at the Arizona Capitol in Downtown Phoenix at 1700 W Washington St. 12:30 pm - Press Conference by the rose garden with Arizona workers & elected officials. 1 pm - Rally for Workers & Freedom 1:30 pm - March to the Phoenix City Hall at 200 West Washington Street. This is a 30-minute walk. Bring your walking shoes, water, & sunscreen. 2:30 pm - Phoenix City Council meeting. This building is just south of Phoenix City Hall across the street towards Jefferson Street. The meeting is expected to go on until at least 5 pm. Sometimes meetings go until 8 pm. We plan to stay until the vote on the mandate is completed. You can sign up for public comment at EZAZ.org. You may want to bring lawn chairs to have at the City Council meeting.

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🚨CALLING ALL WORKERS WHO STAND FOR PUBLIC SAFETY AND FREEDOM TO STOP MANDATES BY CHRISTMAS!

Article by the Arizona Daily Independent.

👉 If you are an Arizona worker under threat of a mandate, please take the following survey to help us help you save your jobs! AZ Workers Survey

👉 We need lots of volunteers to help us with this event. To sign up to volunteer, go to our VOLUNTEER FORM. 

BRING YOUR CHRISTMAS BLING TO THE MARCH! Let's make this a cheerful Christmas Merry March!

In preparation for the holiday season, County & Municipal governments and businesses in Arizona are starting to announce COVID vaccine requirements in anticipation of the Federal Mandate. Many Arizona workers oppose a mandate and are now at risk of losing their jobs and their retirement right before Christmas!

There are about 200,000 government employees and hundreds of thousands more impacted through private employers who have contracts with the Federal government. Arizonan's public safety and well-being are at great risk from these mandates. 

If the government at any level is able to eliminate basic human rights, it's only a matter of time that everyone is hurt by a power grab. It's time to push back now and keep Arizona safe & free!

It's time to fight back and take a stand for those that keep our state running, keep our neighborhoods safe, look after our health, and transport us to our destinations every day!

Thank you so much for taking a stand and fighting for our state! Our workers are our heroes and we will peacefully fight together to save our state! From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for your service!


EVENT DETAILS (times subject to change):

Noon - Meet at the Arizona Capitol in Downtown Phoenix at 1700 W Washington St. 

12:30 pm - Press Conference on the Senate Lawn with Arizona workers & elected officials.

1 pm - Rally for Workers & Freedom

1:30 pm - March to the Phoenix City Hall at 200 West Washington Street. This is a 30-minute walk. Bring your walking shoes, water, & sunscreen.

2:30 pm - Phoenix City Council meeting. This building is just south of Phoenix City Hall across the street towards Jefferson Street. The meeting is expected to go on until at least 5 pm. Sometimes meetings go until 8 pm. We plan to stay until the vote on the mandate is completed. You can sign up for public comment at EZAZ.org.

You may want to bring lawn chairs & water to have at the City Council meeting.

Confirmed Speakers:

Senator Kelly Townsend

Merissa Hamilton, Chair EZAZ.org

Former Firefighter Kimball Cody & His Family

Rev. CL Bryant, FreedomWorks

Former Phoenix City Councilman Michael Nowakowski

Former Phoenix D6 Chief of Staff Sam Stone

Rep. Jake Hoffman

Rep. Walt Blackman

Rep. Shawnna Bolick

Austin Smith, Turning Point Action

Rae'Lee Klein, Free Speech Advocate

PLEASE NOTE: This is a non-partisan event. This is not a Democrat or Republican issue. This is about human rights and workers' rights in Arizona! Feel free to bring American flags and signs about freedom. For the sake of the workers, please🙏🙏🙏 leave partisan politics at home. Also, this is not an anti-vax event. This is an anti-mandate event to stop mandates by Christmas!

Under all circumstances, this event is peaceful! That means NO ENTERING any government buildings!

PLEASE NOTE: We are raising money to have live video, AV equipment, a stage, waters, security, etc. available down at the Capitol and City Hall. If you can chip in to help make this event a tremendous success and save our workers in Arizona, we would really appreciate it! EZAZ.org is a grassroots organization. Our only stakeholder is WE THE PEOPLE! ❤ Donations are not tax deductible.

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