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Newsletter   January 17, 2022
Capital Eye Vol. 15 No. 1: 2022 Session Starts and Winter Is Here
The 2022 Legislative Session started Wednesday. Stay up-to-date each week on what’s happening under the dome with WVCAG! More
Action Alert   January 17, 2022
MLK Day of Prayer and Fasting for Our Democracy – Jan 17th
This Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the West Virginia Faith Table and the Charleston Branch NAACP invite you to join us for a day of prayer and fasting for our democracy. More
Issues: Democracy
Action Alert   January 17, 2022
Citizen Civic Engagement Training – Jan 20th, 6PM
Learn how to find your representative(s), build relationships with them, and share what's most important to you as a West Virginian. More
Issues: Health CareHealthcare
Action Alert   January 17, 2022
We Are The Economy: Community Well-Being & Mutual Aid – Jan 17th, 8PM
Tonight at 8PM, WV NAACP and WV NOW officer, Katonya Hart will be part of a dynamic panel of women leading an online conversation about mutual aid, including revolving credit circles, cooperative businesses, trade agreements, and how they build resilient communities. More
Issues: EconomyMutual AidResilient Communities
Action Alert Eve Marcum-Atkinson January 17, 2022
Legislative Advocacy Training – Jan 19th, 6-7:30PM
Are you interested in making your voice heard on the decisions that will be made in Charleston during the 2022 legislative session? More
Action Alert Julie Archer January 15, 2022
Monday Events: MLK, Jr. Day & Public Hearing
As we prepare to observe Martin Luther King, Jr. Day this year, Dr. King's family has called for us to focus on demanding voting rights legislation and access to the ballot box. We wanted to let you know about these opportunities to raise our collective voices and call on our elected leaders to cement his legacy. More
Issues: DemocracyHealthcareInequalityVoting Rights
Action Alert Eve Marcum-Atkinson January 15, 2022
Feasibility of Advanced Nuclear in West Virginia – Jan 18th, 6PM
Join us for an informational session on both the PROs and CONs of repowering coal plant sites for advanced nuclear energy development. More
Issues: Clean EnergyEnergy efficiency
Press Release Eve Marcum-Atkinson January 14, 2022
PRESS RELEASE: West Virginia Groups Urge Senator Manchin To Negotiate Extension of Child Tax Credit
Charleston, West Virginia -- On Friday January 14th, a coalition of West Virginia organizations and directly impacted parents and grandparents held a press conference on the steps of the State Capitol to tell Senator Joe Manchin that families in West Virginia are worried that no deal has been made in Congress for an extension of the child tax credit.   More
Issues: InequalityKids and familiesPoverty