What to Do at the Legislature: Let’s Get Geared up Now for 2022!

This is an in-person event!

You must be vaccinated to attend, please be prepared to show proof of vaccination. Additionally, masks are required. Thank you for your help in keeping us all safe.

The workshop will outline how a bill becomes a law, where are the points that citizens can make their views heard and have an impact, telling your story, organizing, advocacy, and putting it all together with practical worksheets and discussion.

Event Info

Sunday, July 18 from 10 am – 12 pm

First Church UCC Phoenix
1407 N 2nd Street Phoenix, AZ 85004
Room 7

Parking – available on the Northside of the building
Free to members, non-members are asked to make a donation.

Laura Terech: CPIC and State NOW President. After a career as an elementary school teacher, Laura Terech is now a community organizer who has spent time on federal and local campaigns. Laura is involved with Civic Engagement Beyond Voting, Moms Demand Action, Save Our Schools, and the NAACP. She is part of several State Legislature watch groups as well as the grassroots organization Indivisible. Laura is passionate about women’s issues, public education, and voting rights.

Dianne Post: CPIC NOW Vice President. Dianne Post is an attorney whose career has focused on fighting one of the chief causes of poverty and injustice in the world – women’s inequality. Post is a gender expert in violence against women and children, including domestic violence, sex trafficking, prostitution, and pornography. She works with governments, foreign aid agencies, and other partners to create, reform, or implement laws, train actors in the government and criminal justice sectors and empower vulnerable populations.