Weekly Announcements - October 11th
Happy Fall, y'all!
BLACK LIVES MATTER VIGIL
On Saturday, October 13th from 11:30am - 12:30pm, we'll convene in Manchester at the intersection of 141 & Manchester. We'll have signs, but you're welcome to bring your own that uplift the message that Black Lives Matter.
Afterwards, please join us at St. Louis Bread Company (14560 Manchester Road) for a community lunch. Our usual lunch spot has been closed for renovations.
WE CAN MEETINGS
Monday, October 15th. 5:30pm - 7:30pm. Kirkwood United Church of Christ. The ASSIST team will be leading a continued conversation about monitoring progress of Kirkwood's new school discipline policy. Food and Childcare are provided.
Tuesday, October 16th. 6:30pm - 8:30pm. 10124 St. Charles Rock Rd., 63074. The Voting Rights Coalition is meeting to discuss progress and updates for November.
WE CAN ANNOUNCEMENT
If you live in House District 70, 89, 98, 100, or 101 or Senate District 26, the Policing Team needs your help! They are conducting candidate interviews about racial justice and policing. If you're interested in meeting with a candidate from your district, please e-mail us as email@example.com with the subject "Policing Team Meeting."
The lawsuit that the Voting Rights Team has been decided such that voters in Missouri are currently not required to sign an intimidating and confusing statement in order to vote and the Secretary of State can no longer advertise that people need a photo ID to vote in Missouri, because they don't. See our e-mail from earlier this week for more information. Congratulations to Jake, Trish, and other members of the Voting Rights Team for their many, many hours of hard work.
Thursday, October 11th. 7:00pm - 8:30pm. Perspectives on Missouri's Vehicle Stop Report: Moving Past the Data Divide hosted by the Webster Groves Alliance for Interracial Dignity at the First Congregational Church (10 W. Lockwood Avenue).
Nicole + Ashley
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