A dialogue in which all participants have a right to speak and to be heard. Such dialogue is characterized by:
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Submitted by Southwest Santa Clara Valley in August 2018.
Ladera Community Church, UCC, Peabody Hall
The Leagues of Women Voters of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties are hosting a four-hour civil discourse workshop around immigration.
Submitted by Long Beach Area in August 2018.
Here is an important article on "Addressing Homelessness in Long Beach" written by Long Beach LWV Member Zhita Rea with assistance from other League members, Jane Bemis and Natalie Swit.
Submitted by Oakland in August 2018.
Join the League of Women Voters of California Advocacy Team to find out how to influence policy in the capitol.
Submitted by Diablo Valley in July 2018.
Our monthly membership newsletter with lots of current articles - election season opportunities, a nonprofit training on lobbying legally, Action Alert reminders, and more!
Submitted by Glendale/Burbank in July 2018.
Beat the Heat, Meet and Great. Wear your LWV T-shirt. Happy Hour with the League.
Submitted by Sacramento County in July 2018.
Submitted by Humboldt County in July 2018.
Submitted by Fresno in July 2018.
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Submitted by Diablo Valley in June 2018.
County Supervisor Candace Anderson gave a wide-ranging description of her duties as county supervisor during her talk to the LWV Diablo Valley Annual Meeting on June 2, 2018.