Ashley Green

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Ashley Green is Florida activist.

Win Justice Community Organizer Training

Melissa Morales July 31, 2018:

Win Justice Community Organizer Training 2018! Because you can't save the world alone.

  1. WinJusticeLeague — with Irwin Cineus, Tomas Kennedy, Charles Ridley, Jackie Jahosky, Julio Calderon, Candice Fortin, Erika Grohoski Peralta, Jacquelyn Estinfort, John Muhammad, Ashley Green, Jabaar Edmond, Meghan Cottrell, Siottis Jackson, Luis Cerros, Petar Marinov, Angie Nixon, Christian Gonzalez-Orbegoso, Laura Goodhue, Hal Gentil, Laura Hernandez, Lauren Brenzel and Amy Busefink.

Organize Florida - Tampa Bay

Tim Heberlein May 25, 2018:


SWAG Tampa Bay! — with Ashley Green, Kofi Hunt, Jennie A. Figueroa, Robert Gibson and Nanci Palacios Godinez at Organize Florida - Tampa Bay.

"Y’all, we are gonna WIN JUSTICE this year"

Stephanie Porta September 15 2018:·


Y’all, we are gonna WIN JUSTICE this year. -#FreedomTicket #ActionForFreedom #BringItHome SEIU Florida Florida Student Power Network Sunrise Movement Florida Organize Florida — with Theo Webster, Amy Busefink, Coyuca Jones, David Caicedo, Ashley Green, Amaris E. Leon, Korey Wheeler, Giovanni Bravo Ruiz, Hannah Holland, Sophia Glover, Ollie Grossen, Melissa Morales, Edgar Comellas, Jose Luis Marantes and Rhyane Wagner.

"Education in The Movement"

2646 Central Ave, St. Petersburg Saturday 6 February 2016, organized by Bay Area Dream Defenders.

We are the sons and daughters of slaves and farm-workers. We are Dreamers and the products of a generation that had a Dream. We are 'We Shall Overcome' and 'Si se puede!' We are Phoenix and Selma, the Freedom Rides & the Trail of Dreams, Suffrage & Solidarity.
Come learn about the history of educational justice in St. Petersburg, the civil rights legend Enoch Davis, the local educational crisis in the black community, and the work of the Dream Defenders across the state.

Those indicating attendance on Wherevent included Deborah Anderson, Tristan Lear, Colleen Segers, Ahmad Abuznaid, Jon Tallon, Isha Haley, Sam Bowden, Devan Cheaves, John Muhammad, Abuela Loba, Monica Irene McGrellis, Ibheji Ogundo, Anthony Marcantonio, Eshai Fuller, Chardonnay Ndegeocello Singleton, Maquet Robinson, Jayson James, JerJuan Green, Angela Brown, Ashley Green, Jerry Long, Jillian Corey, Bruce Nissen, Kofi Hunt, Jasmen M. Rogers, Tasha Lowe, Rakiya Burton, Leah McRae, Theresa Jones, Daphne Carter, Bleu Rainer, Kenny Alexander, Caprice Johnson, Maria Jose, Ayaba McKenzie, Brittany Varner].[1]

May Day 2018

According to Ryan Francis, workers and activists from several Florida cities gathered in Tampa to observe International Workers’ Day 2018, and marched en masse to demand an end to oppressive immigration policies, the degradation of working people’s rights, and police brutality. Workers from a large variety of activist organizations and tendencies united in this march against capitalist exploitation.

The event began with a gathering at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park, where a number of speakers, including representatives from the Party for Socialism and Liberation, rallied the people to stand up against racism, classism, and imperialism. Several activist organizations stood together in solidarity to stand up for the rights of working people, including the Democratic Socialists of America, the Bay Area Dream Defenders, the Sex Worker Solidarity Network, the Industrial Workers of the World, and the Florida Immigrant Coalition.

The march could not have been possible without the energy and passion of host Ashley Green of the Dream Defenders, who introduced speakers, led the workers in mass chants, and motivated the crowd to maintain its devotion to the liberation of working people across the Earth.[2]

POC staff


In response to a Politico article bemoaning the dangers of a lack of POC staff working on Democratic Party campaigns.

Corryn Grace Freeman December 4 at 12:52 PM ·

I call bullshit... Here is a list of some of the phenomenal POC campaign staff I know at every level just within my network. Feel free to add the one's you know and I'll happily send to POLITICO

Jack Lofgren IV, Anurag Pal, Karen Andre, Ashley Green, Ashley Bryant, Dorien Paul, Siottis Jackson, Angie Nixon, Eunic Ortiz, Melissa Morales, Jazz Johnson, Ernest Lee Boston, Jr., Reginald Abraham, Anna Vishkaee Eskamani, Ida Vishkaee Eskamani, Jalisa Washington Price, Alida Garcia, Alicia Stallworth, Jones Alicia, Bertisha Jones, Asa R. Rogers-Shaw, Valencia Gunder, Stephanie Ighodaro, Victoria Elliott York, Marilyn Davis, Stefanie Brown James, Quentin James, Marcus Switzer, Alexis Camille Crews, Bianki Collection, Jamaa Bickley-King, Jamarr Brown, Max Clermont, Elbert Garcia, Antonio Lewis, Al Barrentine, Mila Al-Ayoubi, Tomas Kennedy, Francesca Menes, Nancy Metayer.

These are just the ones that I came up with without thinking... I'm sure I have a ton more. There are also resources like Inclusv that have thousands of POC campaign staff.

Confederate flag protest

Andrew Joseph July 21, 2017:


With Connie Burton, Dalia Dangerfield, Candy Lowe, Tammie Fields, Li Fe Malcolm, Michelle Williams, Ali Muhammad, Reginald Roundtree, Roy Benson, Michelle B. Patty, Felecia Demerson, Deanna Hardy-Joseph, Ali Abdul Muhammad, Jane Castor, Ashley Green, Kelly Benjamin, Tim Heberlein, Cephus X. Johnson, Pam Keith, ABC Action News - WFTS - Tampa Bay, FOX 13 News - Tampa Bay, Dream Defenders Action, Confederate Flag- Exit 260, Save the confedrate flag, Sons of the Confederate Veterans Memorial, Black Lives Matter: Tampa and Tampa Bay Times.