IIC WEBINAR: October 5th at 4pm
Faithfully Engaged in the 2016 Election
We are one month out from election day! And candidates, trying to get your vote, want to hear your perspective. What will you tell them? How can you best get your message across?
Join the Interfaith Immigration Coalition on Wednesday, October 5th at 4 pm EST for a special webinar. We’ll outline ways that communities of faith can meaningfully participate in the final month before the election, key for building support for compassionate action on immigration in 2017.
Civic engagement is a key component of integration and building welcoming communities. Participating in civil society by voting, understanding the issues of the day, and engaging in civil and productive conversation with others is one of the many strengths of the United States and an important part of integration for new Americans.
Join the webinar on October 5th and find out:
- How can we strengthen our democracy by ensuring that more people are registered to vote, including new American voters?
- How can people of faith ensure better access to the polls for disenfranchised voters?
- How can we talk about the election from a faith perspective to our neighbors, faith communities, the media, and directly to candidates for public office?
Speakers include a first-time voter, and representatives from Church World Service, the Religious Action Center for Reform Judaism, and the Friends Committee on National Legislation.