Sunday, September 27, 2020

Save Kings Cross Rally – Will residents have the last word? | Video

A singing and dancing affair supported the ‘Save Kings Cross Rally’ on Saturday.

Speakers included non Clover Moore team councillors Kerryn Phelps AM and Angela Vithoulkas as well as the Independent member for Sydney, Alex Greenwich.

Hear what they had to say …

Alex Greenwich – Member for Sydney

Alex is committed to government transparency and accountability; protecting the natural and urban environments, open space and Sydney’s unique heritage; retaining inner city social and affordable housing; the humane treatment of animals; improving transport options; and fairness and equality for the LGBTI communities.

Angela Vithoulkas – Councillor, City of Sydney

Angela Vithoulkas has a long and proud history as a small business advocate, commentator and advisor. In 2012 Angela was elected as an independent Councillor for the City of Sydney, where she was subsequently appointed as Deputy Chairperson of the City of Sydney Economic Development and Business Sub-committee throughout that term.

In 2016 Angela formed the Sydney Matters Independent team and successfully secured a second term on Council. With a strong focus on “giving small business a voice”, she continues to advocate for the community.

Kerryn Phelps AM – Councillor, City of Sydney

Professor Kerryn Phelps AM was first elected to Council in September 2016. Kerryn is an Australian medical practitioner, public health and civil rights advocate, medical educator, wife to Jackie and mother of three. She was the first woman to be elected as President of the Federal Australian Medical Association and is also a past President of the Australasian Integrative Medicine Association.

Kerryn is a passionate advocate for civil rights, particularly equality for the LGBT community and the rights of vulnerable children. She has a commitment to teaching the next generation of doctors as an Adjunct Professor at Sydney Medical School and Conjoint Professor at University of New South Wales Faculty of Medicine and in the National Institute of Complementary Medicine at Western Sydney University.


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