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Webinar Wednesdays

We hope you’ll join us for our community events in virtual space!  This spring, we launched a series of interactive webinars to accomplish the goals of our cancelled Action Conference: deepening analysis, sharing tools, sharpening skills, improving strategies, and weaving stronger relationships.

After taking the summer off from this programming, we have relaunched our Webinar Wednesdays this fall with some election focused events:

  • PJALS Election Response Plans
    Wednesday Oct 28, 7pm-8pm
    Register here to receive the Zoom link We’ll share more about our work with community partners to create pro-active and responsive strategies to keep communities of color and other targeted communities as safe as possible, to ensure everyone’s votes will be counted, and to mobilize together to respect the election results and swear in a government of, by, and for the people — and how YOU can take action!
  • PJALS Community Meeting
    Wednesday November 4, 7pm-8pm
    Register here to receive the Zoom link We don’t expect to know the results of the election yet. Join this virtual community gathering to connect with other justice-hearted people, share analysis, and learn up-to-the minute plans for how we’ll mobilize together to ensure everyone’s votes will be counted and to swear in a government of, by, and for the people.
  • PJALS Community Meeting
    Wednesday November 11, 7pm-8p
    Register here to receive the Zoom link Whatever may have happened by mid-November, coming together always matters. Join this virtual community meeting for connection, shared analysis, and actions we can take together. We the people are powerful, and we count on us!

You can get the recordings and slides from our previous webinars at the links below.

For all our Webinar Wednesdays, you’ll be able to register on our website. If you don’t yet receive our email updates and action alerts, sign up here!

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