We The People – a growing coalition of more than 30 groups fighting for people of color, women, LGBTQ+ communities, Jewish people, social justice, gun control, and more – will gather in Ft. Lauderdale on Sunday, July 2, and march together in solidarity against hate-filled legislation sweeping the nation. Iconic labor leader and civil rights activist Dolores Huerta, legendary actress and choreographer Debbie Allen, Parkland survivor and gun control activist David Hogg, trailblazing hip hop artist Trina, national political and civil rights figure Marc Morial, and leading HIV/AIDS and social justice advocate Michael Weinstein are the march’s first Ambassadors. As authoritarian lawmakers and legislatures seek to criminalize immigrants, sexuality, gender expression, Blackness, homelessness, religious freedom, and the teaching of vital history, this country has never seen such a blatant abuse of power against virtually every group of people at the same time. In response to the hateful legislation spreading across the U.S. We the People coalition, composed of advocates, mobilizers, and community leaders, is fighting for fundamental constitutional rights. People are tired of being told what books they can read, what words they can or can’t say, how they can express themselves, and what they can do with their own bodies. The coalition requests people to join in person at 11 am on July 2nd in Esplanade Park in Fort Lauderdale. If not, show support by sharing photos, videos, and information with the hashtag #WTPmarch.