Release Your Taxes March and Rally

SATURDAY, APRIL 15TH 2017 – 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Collier Freedom links arms with organizations around the country to stage The Naples Chapter of the National TAX MARCH – the first major rally since The January 21 WOMEN’S MARCH ON WASHINGTON.
For more information about the national movement click here

Despite public pressure the President has refused to release his tax returns, saying, “I don’t think they are concerned…I won!”” On April 15, citizens from Naples and all over SW Florida will join millions around the country to rally and proudly proclaim that “they are concerned… they do care!”
We will meet at Cambier Park at 10am on Saturday morning (the day before Easter Sunday). The day will commence with a march down 8th Ave, across 3rd St, up 5th Avenue and back toward Cambier Park. Before reentering Cambier Park, marchers will file in front of the Downtown Naples Post Office and drop postcards demanding the President to immediately release his tax returns. For Q&A click here

Speakers for the day include white collar criminal defense attorney, Mark B. Cohn, P.A. whose expertise covers Tax Evasion, Financial Crimes, Securities Fraud and Bank Fraud; and professional accountant and current Chairwoman of the Collier Democratic Party, Yudy Barbera. In addition, the agenda will include live musical entertainment. Reprising a role she held at the Naples WOMEN’S MARCH, the M.C. for the day will be former Collier County Commissioner candidate and current President of the Democratic Women’s Club (DWC), Tamara Paquette.

Participants are encouraged to wear WHITE or a social justice t-shirt of their choice, like the one from the Women’s March, or to “Dress Like an Accountant.” Suggested attire is a white shirt, black vest, armband and visor. Special TAX MARCH Visors will be available for purchase on the day through Collier Freedom and armbands will be distributed free of charge.

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Collier Freedom is a grassroots non-partisan, non-profit organization formed shortly after the election in November 2016. Based in Naples, Florida, the CF mission is to create an inclusive community regardless of race, nationality, faith or sexual orientation for a common vision of freedom, equality and social justice for all. CF was the principal organizer of the COLLIER/LEE WOMEN’S MARCH in solidarity with the WOMEN’S MARCH ON WASHINGTON on January 21, 2017.

A note from the National Organizers:
Everyone participating in this event will be required to abide by all applicable laws and lawful orders of authorities. The event will be nonviolent and will not involve any civil disobedience or other violations of law.