IFTJ Advocacy Day

On November 14, over 1,000 IFTJ participants will head to Capitol Hill to share stories, facts, and asks for more just policies with their elected officials.

This year’s advocacy priorities will be IMMIGRATION REFORM and CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM.

Immigration Reform Talking Points (Updated 11.9.16)
Immigration Reform Backgrounder (Updated 8.22.16)

Criminal Justice Talking Points (Updated 8.31.16)
Criminal Justice Backgrounder
(Updated 8.31.16)

How will it work?
Participants will will be provided with resources to dig into the issues prior to their arrival in Washington, D.C. and will continue digging in throughout the Teach-In. All Teach-In participants are offered an advocacy training with professional advocates and will be given support to help prepare for fruitful discussions with their elected Congresspersons.

Please note: Attendees interested in participating in the advocacy day are responsible for booking their own meetings. Any questions regarding booking meetings may be directed to Kim Miller at kmiller@ignatiansolidarity.net

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