TOPEKA, Kan. - Kansas women are truly "going through hell" living, working and coping with the repercussions of Brownback's chosen policies, but we must keep going! NOW is not the time to give up!
The grassroots response and outcry surrounding the recent domestic violence debacle in Topeka reminds us of the power that we hold. Women's rights advocates and supporters are capable of changing public policy. This is possible in our local communities and at the state level. We must be diligent, ever watchful and forceful in our response to injustice.
This is why I encourage you to join us at the 2011 Kansas NOW State Conference, meet other concerned citizens and learn about some important topics currently effecting the women and children of Kansas. The day's agenda will feature the following ...
- Fighting for Our Rights at the Capitol: Bi-Partisan Legislative Panel Discussion featuring members of KS House & Senate
- Human Trafficking: Dorthy Haley, Kansas Attorney General, Victims Services Division.
- Crisis, Infants Are Dying in Kansas: Infant Mortality Panel
- Discussion, Sedgwick County Health Department, Kansas March of Dimes & SIDS Network of Kansas
- Elections and Awards
Register today by completing registration form at www.ksnow.org.
$20.00 conference cost will include lunch. Pre-registration is required, as we must have a count to the caterer for food prior to the day of the event.
We are offering carpools from Lawrence, Wichita and possibly KC. Contact email@example.com for details.
Share your voice and become involved in making change for the women of Kansas!