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The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon
We are excited to introduce our Get Out the Vote Plan, and you are invited!
Steve Dennison - County Clerk
Sophia Pascente - Student Organization - New Voters Project
Plus other speakers from our community organizations
The Action committee reviews current study positions and identifies advocacy opportunities to support the League‘s local positions. The committee is open to all members and meets monthly on the second Monday.
Begin drafting your news for the December issue.
Submission date will be early due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
Join the LWVUS UN Observers to talk through the four quarters of the year, focusing on the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) conferences.
A LWVUS "Office Hours" Webinar
Skylakes Community Health Education Center
LWV Klamath County will be hosting a hybrid training provided by the Oregon Department of Justice Civil Rights Unit to educate the public on how to report hate crimes or bias incidents.
Attend in person or click the Zoom link above to register to receive the virtual attendance link.
Opportunity to raise questions or concerns about voter suppression, election issues, or legal advocacy with LWVUS litigation staff. Please note that the LWVUS litigation team cannot provide legal advice or discuss ongoing litigation during these office hours.
As 2023 comes to a close, join LWVUS staff, League leaders, and fellow members for a 2024 coordination call.
Join the National Institute for Civil Discourse, the News Literacy Project, and the League of Women Voters for a conversation on misinformation and resources to debunk falsehoods.
All members are welcome to join us on ZOOM at 7:00pm (Link TBA)
Juliana Cartwright will serve as discussion lead.
Winter meetings will continue via Zoom starting in January 2024.
During the summer/fall we will meet in person.
Email monthly newsletter items to Glenna Sirmans, email@example.com, with Echoes Publisher in the Subject field.
Newsletter Publication Date (Tentative)
The DEIJ Discussion Group is a learning circle, educating ourselves about the US history that we weren‘t taught in school, the codification of whiteness and white domination in the founding of our country, the neuroscience and effects of bias, and becoming aware of how we may inadvertently perpetuate white dominance.
The Zoom Room opens at 6:30 PM - Meeting begins at 7:00 PM.
Hear about the progress voting bills have made in the 118th Congress and where they may go in the coming months.