We began this week celebrating and honoring Dr. Martin Luther King , Jr. with a day dedicated to public service and a time for reflection on issues of justice, equality, and moral leadership.
May Dr. King’s legacy inspire us to continue the fight for a more fair and equal nation and state, and a brighter future for all.
The 2018 legislative session will provide many opportunities to come together to fight for justice and equality. Keep reading for an overview of the State of the State and a preview of what to expect in the days ahead.
Yours for Action,
Team WV CAG
PS: Don’t miss these upcoming events.
Thursday, January 18, 6-8 PM – Your Voice WV: Citizen Lobbyist Training, WVU (Ming Hsieh, Room 122), Morgantown, WV
Thursday, January 18, 6-9 PM – The West Virginia Environmental Council’s Legislative Kick-Off Blast, Charleston Woman’s Club, 1600 Virginia Street East, Charleston, WV
This week there are several events marking the anniversary of the Women’s March hosted by WV CAG and partners including:
Saturday, January 20, 2-5PM – Voter’s March/Impeachment Rally hosted by the WV National Organization for Women, State Capitol, Charleston, WV