Community Action Meeting TONIGHT!

January 18th, 2017|URGENT Action|0 Comments

A friendly reminder that Action Utah is holding a special community action meeting today to mobilize ordinary citizens in taking actions during the upcoming state legislative session. Learn how to be a citizen lobbyist. Hear about great legislation you can help get passed (and some not-so-great legislation you can help oppose). This is your chance to engage the system and make a meaningful impact! The legislative session is only 45 days long, so learn how you can start taking action to impact change today!

Meeting Details

WHERE: Publik Coffee Roasters, 975 W Temple, Salt Lake City
WHEN: 6:00-8:00p
WHAT: Action Utah will be mobilizing our members from across the state during the 45-day legislation to take actions that impact real change. Find out what you can do from near and far to make a difference on the Hill.
WHO: This meeting is open to Action Utah members and to the public. We welcome all Utahns from any background, affiliation or political persuasion. Confirmed speakers include

  • Sen. Luz Escamilla
  • Sen. Gene Davis
  • Sen. Brian King
  • Tara Rollins (Dir. Utah Housing Coalition) for Rep. Becky Edwards
  • Turner Bitton (Exec. Dir Utah Coalition Against Sexual Violence) for Rep. Angela Romero
  • Marina Lowe (ACLU)
  • More!

Did you attend our first community action meeting! Awesome! This time please bring a friend!
Have you RSVPed? Click here to RSVP by Facebook (preferred) or click hereto RSVP by email.


Attending via Facebook

Live streaming

For those of you who cannot attend the meeting in person, this event will be streamed on Facebook Live on our Action Utah Facebook page. We have a packed agenda, but will try to take questions from the in-person and live streaming audience alike.

Later streaming

Video of the meeting will also remain on our Facebook page after the meeting for those of you who cannot attend in-person or via live stream.

We hope to see you tonight!

Your fearless cheerleaders,

Katie & Andrea
Action Utah Co-Founders


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