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Baton Rouge Civil Rights Ordinance

All citizens should be able to earn a living, have a place to live, and be served as anyone else by a business or government office.



Baton Rouge Civil Rights Ordinance Coalition Members


Thank you to all of the organizations supporting the Civil Rights Ordinance. Your support means everything to our community!


Bike Baton Rouge
BR Immigrants Rights Coalition (BRIRC)
Brew Ha Ha
Caitlyn Marie Photography
Collin Richie Photography

Coyote Moon
Deaf Focus

Democratic Socialists of America (Baton Rouge Chapter)
Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana/St. Margaret's Episcopal
Feminist Majority
First Liberty Baptist Church of Baton Rouge
Foundation for Louisiana
Gov't Taco
Hollywood Hustler
Hummingbird Floral Studio
INDe Salon
Indivisible Louisiana Captial Region
Kenneth Wilks Photography
Kloud 9 Entertainment LLC
Krewe of Apollo
LA Budget Project
LA Officiant Services
LA Progress Action
Louisiana Yoga School

Love is Love Adult Sunday School Class at St. John's UMC Baton Rouge, A Reconciling Ministry
Metropolitan Community Church of Baton Rouge
Michael Patton & Associates
MoBB United for Social Change
NAACP (Baton Rouge Chapter)
Oliver & Associates Professional Counseling Services, LLC
Painting and Pinot
Paul Scaffidi Insurance Agency
Power Coalition
Rainbow Network
Red Shoes
Reputation Capital Media
SocialWorx Institute
Step Up Louisiana
Sticks and Stones Writing Services
The 821 Project

The Guru
The Lyceum Historic Meeting & Events Center
Unitarian Universalist Church
Vonnie Hawkins & Associates

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