Date: Wednesday, March 16th
Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm CT
Topic: The mysteries of Voting (eligibility, registering and your impact)
Location: Click here for session video
Ever wonder how your vote makes a difference? Want to know more about voting eligibility and how to register? We will cover all of this and more! Including important dates and how you (and your vote) can influence your legislators.
Join us as we discuss these important topics with our friends at the Recovery Advocacy Project and Maggie Luna with Texas Center for Justice & Equity.
The Recovery Advocacy Project (RAP) is a network of people and organizations across the country advocating for addiction recovery policies. RAP is committed to giving people in recovery from all pathways, family members, and supporters of recovery the grassroots organizing tools to think and act locally. RAP is working to build a visible and effective constituency in demand of community and public policy based solutions in response to America’s long standing addiction crisis.
Maggie Luna is a strong advocate of justice for women. She is currently the ‘Peer Policy Fellow at the Texas Center for Justice and Equity (TCJE), where she coordinates the Statewide Leadership Council and advances local and state policies to transform the justice system.’ To learn more about her work, visit the Texas Center for Justice and Equity.
You won’t want to miss this!
Documents from the sessions:
Overdose Bystander Law flyer- English and Spanish versions
Special Thank you to Eric Masten and his team at Behavioral Health Solutions of South Texas for translating the Overdose Bystander flyer into Spanish. It takes a village!
Texas Advocacy & Lobbying Toolkit: Advocating for Nonprofits