POP: Get word out about event, energize and activate youth voters
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 4, 2018
Contact: Melissa Taveras, email@example.com, 786.956.0352
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Inside Out/Vote in Little Havana Today!
Inside Out/Vote engages youth through art showcased using blown-up portraits
WHO: Youth, Residents of Little Havana
WHAT: Art installation in Little Havana
WHERE: The Venture City, 2234 SW 8 St, Miami, Fl 33135
WHEN: Tuesday, September 4th and Wednesday, September 5th
MIAMI — Inside Out/Vote is touring all over the United States to unleash the country’s youth vote using art. So far, 20 art activations have been set up all over the country to bring the community together and energizing the youth vote in a fun and innovative well. The Inside Out/Vote is only in Little Havana until tomorrow, so be sure to make it out and participate in the free community art installation
The following statement is from Thomas Kennedy, Political Director of the Florida Immigrant Coalition:
“Little Havana is one Miami’s most important neighborhoods, so we’re thrilled to participate at this innovative art installation, which fires up the youth vote. Using the arts to engage youth is one of the many ways we’re activating young people to help drive turnout in the upcoming elections.”
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The Florida Immigrant Coalition is a statewide alliance of over 60 member organizations, including farmworkers, students, service providers, grassroots organizations and legal advocates, who come together for the fair treatment of all people.