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After the Women’s March, women, mothers and others across the country vowed to #KeepMarching. And members like you are in fact still marching in many ways—by paying attention, speaking out and showing up, online AND on the ground. MomsRising sees our members joining together by the thousands, building up your voices and your power in defense of families, communities and our country.

We could not be more proud, and we are with you every step of the way!

That’s why, on Tuesday, February 21, at 9 PM EST, MomsRising is holding a Telephone Town Hall to share simple, easy-to-use tips about some of our favorite organizing and advocacy tactics with our members who are ready to do more.

*RSVP now for the MomsRising Telephone Town Hall.

MomsRising knows a thing or two about organizing and advocacy, which we can't wait to share with you. During the MomsRising Telephone Town Hall, we’ll cover:

  • How to use local petition efforts to have a high impact
  • How to hold effective meetings with lawmakers—from your town council to the U.S. Congress
  • How to write powerful Letters to the Editor
  • How to use online tools to drive in-person action
  • How to pick targets and tactics for maximum impact
  • And more

*Tell us you’ll be joining us by RSVPing now:

This is how it will work: When you RSVP, you’ll tell us the best phone number where you can be reached. Then, we’ll call you at the scheduled time and plug you right in. You won't need to write down a phone number and dial in, you'll just pick up when you hear the phone ring at 9 PM EST! 

Here are the MomsRising Telephone Town Hall details again:

Who: All women, mothers, and others who are working hard to #KeepMarching

What: MomsRising Telephone Town Hall conference call about tactics and best practices in advocacy and organizing that you can use

When: Tuesday, February 21, at 9 PM EST

Where: Wherever you are, over the phone


We can’t wait to have this Town Hall with you! Together, we’ll #KeepMarching for women’s rights and human rights, and for our families, our communities and our country. 

*Information from this telephone Town Hall will be translated and made available in Spanish on this blog. 

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