Date : Tuesday, Feb 20
An interactive workshop with Jews United for Justice, where we’ll learn how to create powerful written testimony in preparation for testifying before the DC council.
Research shows that simply providing statistics around an issue is not enough to move people to make change; personal stories and connecting the issue to real people’s lives is a necessary component. Sharing our stories with those in power is one of the best ways to move the needle on social justice issues we care about. One of the most effective ways to do this is to testify before the DC Council. Hearing the stories and personal narratives of constituents helps move elected officials to take action on the issues that really matter. In this workshop we will learn how to create powerful written testimony based on your personal story and values. We’ll practice connecting our stories to specific issues that are before the DC Council and get people ready to testify for just change.
6:00 PM: Dinner
6:30 PM: Program
Presented in partnership with The Capital Jewish Museum, DC Minyan, Hill Havurah, Avodah, and Sixth & I.
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