Advocacy Tips and Tools
In Advocacy Tips and Tools you will practice drafting a message and sharing with a partner. We'll also go over the state legislature's web site, learn how to comment on a bill; discover more about your elected leaders; and find out how to look up bills.
This is the second of a two-part series. You can register for either or both.
The first part, Civics 101, covers public policy and government basics: Why should you engage? How can you engage? You will learn how a bill becomes a law; who decides what goes into the state budget; who has power and who gets to decide what. You will also get handouts to help you compose a letter, testimony, or speech.
Registration is required. You will get a Zoom link once you register.