SPEAK OUT! Women's Advocacy Training Project
Did you know that women's voices are severely underrepresented in key opinion forums, including Congress, op-eds, Sunday morning talk shows, and community boards? It's time to be heard! Develop the skills to advocate for the issues that matter to you!
Come to all six sessions or select only the ones in which you're interested. Participants who attend at least five sessions will receive a certificate of completion and will have a great addition to their resumes!
Tuesday, October 21
Learn to Lobby with Lindsay Morris,
Manager of Grassroots Advocacy, NCJW DC
NCJW NY Council House
241 West 72nd Street
Wednesday, November 5
Social Media for Advocacy
Tuesday, November 18
Presenting your Message
Wednesday, December 10
Op-Ed Writing & Placement
Wednesday, January 14
Taking Charge of Media Relations
Register at http://weblink.donorperfect.com/ncjwnywatp. Tickets are $15/session, $75/all. Women and men of all ages are invited to participate, limit of 30 people per workshop.
For more information, download PDF or contact Yael Reisman at (646) 884-9462 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Take a Stand Against Sex Trafficking with NCJW New York Section and We Were Slaves: The Jewish Community Unites Against Sex Trafficking
NCJW New York Section is proud to be at the helm of We Were Slaves: The Jewish Community Unites Against Sex Trafficking, a multi-organizational anti-sex trafficking initiative. Spearheaded by National Council of Jewish Women New York Section, these organizations have come together to address the critical issue of sex trafficking in the community. We Were Slaves intends to educate, advocate and create a dialogue about the impact sex trafficking has on our community and what we can all do to prevent it.
We have dedicated a series of Shabbat weekends wherein synagogues, Jewish community centers and other communal institutions will come together to learn more about sex trafficking. Using the We Were Slaves toolkit, our Speakers Bureau composed of experts in the field, sermon ideas and various other resources, communities will explore the impact of sex trafficking and discuss what can be done to eliminate this devastating problem.
For more information and to learn how to get involved, visit the We Were Slaves website or call 646.884.9468.
National Council of Jewish Women New York Section
241 W. 72nd Street New York, NY 10023
212-687-5030 email: email@example.com