Alabama Legislative Review, Tuesday, April 12th

As the Alabama Legislative Session winds down soon, it’s time to look at what happened on Goat Hill, with a focus on the good, the bad, and the “maybe” policies that have come out of the session in this election year.

To find out what change advocates have to say, join MAD?Make A Difference on Tuesday, April 12th from noon to 1 p.m. Central, via Zoom, held in collaboration with H.I.V.E. Alabama (HIVE Alabama | Huddle. Inquire. Validate. Enact.)

You must register in advance for this meeting. Click here to register!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

DON’T MISS IT! You will hear from three amazing speakers:

Presdelane (Pres) Harris, Alabama Arise Organizing Director: Pres has worked for Arise since 1994 and has a B.S. in justice and public safety from Auburn University at Montgomery and an M.S. in management from Troy University. She has lived in Montgomery her entire life and enjoys spending time with family and friends, working in her church, superhero movies, ocean cruises and mountain cabins in the wintertime. Alabama Arise is a statewide, member-led organization advancing public policies to improve the lives of Alabamians who are marginalized by poverty. Membership includes faith-based, community, nonprofit and civic groups, grassroots leaders and individuals from across Alabama.

Dana Sweeney, Statewide Organizer for Alabama Appleseed Center for Law & Justice: Dana travels all across the state sharing Appleseed’s research, building relationships, and connecting people with opportunities to take action as the group fights for a better future. Dana has lived in Alabama for his entire adult life and dreams of making this the Sweet Home that we all deserve. Alabama Appleseed is member of the national Appleseed Network, which includes 18 Appleseed Centers across the U.S. and in Mexico City. Appleseed was founded in 1994 with the mission to develop and help sustain a network of advocacy centers that address local issues and develop and promote practical, systemic solutions.

A representative from Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America: Moms works with Everytown for Gun Safety to promote evidence-based solutions to end gun violence.

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