FOCO Advocacy Day

Ohioans deserve justice. Join us to learn how to develop and hone your skills in making this happen!

The People's Agenda for Justice

The People's Agenda for Justice
Thursday, April 15, 6 - 7 p.m.
Saturday, April 17, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Zoom Registration Link Will Be Provided

In the past two years, the Ohio Legislature has introduced law after law restricting abortion, protests, voting, and more. Meanwhile, our communities are reeling from COVID-19, unemployment, police brutality, Black infant and maternal mortality, and institutional racism throughout every system. We know the extremist-controlled Ohio Legislature isn’t working for the people - and this is why we need you. Last year, we witnessed many proponents just like you take to the streets or write to your legislators to make your voice heard over racial injustice and egregious reproductive rights bills they voted into law. Now, it’s time to go one step further.

Join the ACLU of Ohio, NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio, URGE, Ohio RCRC, Preterm, ROOTT, Ohio Women's Alliance, New Voices for Reproductive Justice, Planned Parenthood, Catholics for Choice, National Council of Jewish Women - Cleveland and Columbus, and Women Have Options (WHO) for The People’s Agenda for Justice for The People’s Justice Project, a two-part event in which you’ll be trained on how to take your unique skills to the next level to become the advocate, ally, or activist you’ve always dreamt of becoming.

Join our keynote event on Thursday to hear from State Senator Tina Maharath and Ohio Women's Alliance Co-Founder, Rhiannon Carnes and prepare yourself for a day of action and skill building on Saturday, where professionals in the field will help you build your skills in two of these areas: traditional communications, digital communications, direct action, policy & lobbying, storytelling, and self & community care.

To receive a Zoom registration form, please RSVP below. This is a two-part registration.

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