On “Super Saturday,” The LIBRE Initiative Ramps up Engagement with Hispanic Community
(Washington, D.C.) – The LIBRE Initiative is taking to the streets – and phones – this Saturday, October 31st to inform the public about the work they do in their communities and spread the message about the benefits of a free society. The event dubbed as “Super Saturday” is a day dedicated to grassroots activism, and the nationwide effort will take place across several states in which The LIBRE Initiative operates.
Daniel Garza, Executive Director of The LIBRE Initiative, released the following statement:
“We are a grassroots organization, and we have a lot to accomplish. The purpose of “Super Saturday” is not only to inform our community about the work we do, but also to let them know there’s a voice to represent Latinos who understand the power of hard work, entrepreneurship, and free markets to change lives for the better.
Our staff, activists, and volunteers will be engaging communities across the nation by knocking on doors and calling homes, to inform people about The LIBRE Initiative and our work on major policy challenges such as economic opportunity, health care, education, and immigration. The focus of The LIBRE Initiative has always been promoting the interests of our community, and we’re excited to engage with them this Saturday.”
If you would like to volunteer this Saturday, October 31st please contact: Julie Haydar, 202-815-3345.