If you were in Greensboro at Convention, you heard Mary Peterson ask you to mark your calendars for Women’s Advocacy Day on Wednesday, June 18.
Registration is now open and more details are posted at www.ncwu.org.
The event will include:
- 9:00 – 11:00: Registration and consulting. Pick up your packet for the day and talk to the issue experts to get clarifications on key items before you talk to your legislators.
- 10:30 – 11:00: Press conference. Hear legislators talk about their plans to make progress on these issues
- All day: Make an appointment with your legislators.
The event will center at the Legislative Building in Raleigh. See the NCWU site for maps and information on parking.
If you need a place to stay in Raleigh, contact email@example.com and someone from the Raleigh branch will try to accommodate you.
If you can’t make it to Raleigh, watch for information about
- Virtual Advocacy Training, a teleconference on Monday, June 9 from 12-1
- Virtual Advocacy leading up to June 18. This will be like the AAUW 2-minute Activist where you can point and click to send a letter to your legislators.