Monday, March 27, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
St. Mark's United Methodist Church
4801 Six Forks Road, Raleigh
Registration Fee (includes lunch)
Legislative Seminar & Jack Crum Conference $40
Participants interested in attending the Jack Crum Conference on Prophetic Ministry on Sunday, March 25 may register for both simultaneously for a discounted rate of $40.
The theme for this year's Jack Crum Coonference is Radical Welcome: Living with the Other. More information can be found at
Workshop Session 1
Stresses on Elections: Press Millen, Attorney
Health Care Decisions: Wilona Stallings, Get Covered NC
Engaging Young Adults: Jennifer Copeland, NCCC
Governor's Powers Under Attack: Chris Fitzsimon, NC Policy Watch
Taxes and Budget: Alexandra Sirota, Budget and Tax Center of the NC Justice Center
Immigrants Among Us: Lori Fernald Khamala, American Friends Service Committee
Workshop Session 2
Redistricting and Elections: Anita Earls, Southern Coalition for Social Justice
Organizing in Churches/GOTV: T. Anthony Spearman, NCCC and NAACP
Legislation Impacting the LGBTQ Community: Brent Childers, Equality NC
Privatizing Public Schools: Kristy Moore, NC Association of Educators
Spotlight on the Courts: Rob Schofield, NC Policy Watch
A Shared Fate: Rural and Urban NC in an Age of Economic Divergence: Jason Gray, NC Rural Center
Workshop Session 3
Advocacy 101: Beth Messersmith, MomsRising and Jennifer Copeland, NCCC
Voting Rights: Allison Riggs, Southern Coalition for Social Justice
Election Results - How They Broke Down: Brad Crone, Campaign Connections
Environmental Conflicts: Brooks Rainey Pearson, Staff Attorney, Southern Environmental Law Center
Progressive Advocacy -- A Status Report: TBD, Institute for Southern Studies
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