Wednesday, November 13
4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Community Movement to Public Policy
Location: Salon A-5 (Lower Level)
With an increase in civic awareness and participation, movements such as Black Lives Matter and March for Our Lives grew out of communities that raised their collective voice. For many, what began as grassroots protests and organizing evolved into a policy platform that reshaped the narrative in the national discourse around systemic racism, gun safety, police brutality, and voting power. This workshop will help you see how your community engagement can drive policy change and hold the government accountable.
Presented by Higher Heights
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