how you can make your voice heard in Rhode Island.
learn how important civil liberties legislation is; how to reach your legislators; and how to testify before committees.
You can help make Rhode Island a better place for your family, friends, and neighbors!
Your voice is important. Learn how to use it.
Teens too! 13+ should attend. Bring the teens to learn how to be involved in what effects their lives too.
This event is for anyone supporting or against any bill. Maybe you don’t have a piece of legislation that strikes you yet, but you want to know more about the process and what to do.
Aimee Gardiner has attended advocacy training from the RI ACLU and has experience as a main leader in advocating legislation proposal and advocating for change.
If you have testimony you have already written bring it with you. If you have questions or ideas, bring the list with you. Let’s work together and share and prepare for speaking up at the statehouse and to our representatives/senators.
REGISTER TO VOTE ~ you have to be registered to vote for your representatives and help create change. You will be able to register to vote during this event.
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Please register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name and that you would like to attend the workshop. You can also go directly to the library and sign up via the sheet at the desk.
March 19th 10:30am Louttit Library – West Greenwich, RI
March 20th 1:30pm Middletown Library – Middletown RI
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