Watch this message: Make the southside black again

My name is Eritha Akilé Cainion and with your support, I’m going to be your next District 7 city councilwoman of St. Petersburg, FL.

I’m running on platform of reparations and economic development for the black community as a starting point to solving all the problems in our city.

Do you want to see an end to the gentrification of the black community?

Do you want to see an end to the police containment of the black community?

Do you want to see an end to sewage in your water?

It’s going to take reparations and it’s going to take you.

We can replace the current situation with a positive vision for the future. Like turning over the Tropicana Field baseball dome back to the black community for affordable housing and economic development.

We can bring power into the hands of the people, power into the hands of workers, but it’s going to take you and your donations.

Go to VoteAkile.com right now because we need palm cards, yard signs, t-shirts and more to put this campaign on the map.

This is not a big-money campaign. There are no corporations, no big developers. Just you and your contributions.

We can win this. We can make the southside black again and we can build unity through reparations.

Vote August 27th.

Donate to make this future a reality.

"Make the Southside Black Again" - Eritha Akilé Cainion

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