From ACLU of Northern California <[email protected]>
Subject FW: Lead the way to change in California
Date April 4, 2022 3:01 PM
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Lobby with the ACLU.

Friend –

My name is Kimberly Woo (she/her/hers), and I served as one of the ACLU Lobby Captains for the 2021 ACLU California Action Conference! Last year, I got to advocate alongside my team to pass the CRISES Act.

Meeting with my local lawmaker allowed me to advocate for community-based responses to emergency situations. Along with passionate activists across the state, we shared personal stories that showed the power of grassroots advocacy and how much our voices matter.

Please join us at this year's conference and let your voice be heard!

The registration deadline is next Monday, April 11 – register today and make sure to invite a friend! <[link removed]>

In Solidarity,

Kimberly Woo


Friend –

California has long been a leader for the nation, and it's thanks to Californians like you, who have led the way. When we work together, we work to better our communities. That's why ACLU supporters are joining together again to lead the way in shaping policy change in California.

Join us to learn about our bills, network with other activists, and meet your elected representatives and key policy staff.

ACLU California Action Conference

Lead the way in bringing change to the California State Capitol and all our communities!

Tuesday, April 19, 6 p.m. (Pacific Time)
Virtual. Link will be shared upon registration.

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Led by organizers from the three ACLU California affiliates and ACLU California Action, the 2022 ACLU California Action Conference will kick off on Tuesday, April 19 and be followed with training and visits to lawmakers' offices to lobby for the change we seek.

This legislative session, activists like you will help pass key bills to:

* Increase oversight of officer-involved deaths.

* Protect students from unnecessary interactions with law enforcement.

* Limit police use of facial recognition technology.

These bills will continue to push California leaders to embrace the change our communities demand.

Register now for this free, virtual event. <[link removed]>

In Solidarity,

Carlos Marquez III
Executive Director, ACLU California Action

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