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March for Women 1/21
the lead of the League of Women Voters participating in the March for
Women in Washington, DC, the League of Women Voters of Washington is
proud to participate in the sister marches here in our state.
League of Women Voters was born out of the struggle for women's right
to vote. For decades, our foremothers marched. This month, the League
will march again to fulfill our promise of Making Democracy Work for
Washington state there are several local marches. Right now we are
aware of official sister Marches in Seattle, Spokane, Olympia/Tacoma,
Bellingham, Whidbey Island, Friday Harbor, Yakima and Chelan. The start
time of most events is 10:00 am. For information and links to the local
events, please visit the official site of the Women's March on Washington - Washington state. LWVWA will be a participating organization in the Seattle event.
League of Women Voters of Washington is a nonpartisan organization. We
march peacefully to show our support for the protection of voting
rights, health care, the environment, women's rights, and civil rights.
As women and defenders of our democracy, there is more that unites us
than divides us.
The 2017 Legislative Session is just around the corner. Get Ready for Action!2017 ACTION WORKSHOPS
Get Ready for Action!
year the League of Women Voters of Washington is pleased to present
five Action Workshops around the state, making it easier for you to
attend and get in on the action. These workshops cover LWVWA advocacy
priorities for the upcoming legislative session and will give you an
- Help us flex our political muscle in Olympia.
- Get the inside scoop on what to expect for the upcoming legislative session.
about critical issues facing our state, such as climate change, the
challenge of raising revenue, education, and campaign finance.
- Discuss the issues of greatest interest to you with legislators and our lobby team.
- Gain the knowledge, skills, and confidence to be a more effective, powerful advocate for the issues you care about.
- Network with other advocates involved in the League.
- Meet LWVWA’s dynamic lobbyist team: Nancy Sapiro and Pam Crone.
Saturday, January 28
9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Seattle First Baptist Church
1111 Harvard Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
are still arranging speakers for this workshop, but based on the
interests of whose who registered the day will will focus on social
justice issues and include very specific how-to's for those new to
All workshops are 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Registration fee of $25 includes lunch, coffee and all workshop materials.
If you have any questions contact Kathy Sakahara, firstname.lastname@example.org, 206-261-7797. Use this link to register now. http://bit.ly/Action2016
League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization,
encourages informed and active participation in government, works to
increase understanding of major public policy issues, and
influences public policy through education and advocacy.
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