Advocacy in Action

In Movement: Advocacy and Organizing Workshop

Do you work in the NYC sex trade and are curious about advocating for yourself and your peers? Learn about current campaigns around health, human rights, and the criminalization of people who trade sex in NYC. Find out about the history of our movement and get connected to NYC activists who get mad about the same stuff you do.

Join Red Umbrella Project and Persist Health Project staff and members for a brand new workshop on political advocacy and organizing in NYC. Our next workshop is May 5th from 6:00-8:30 pm at our downtown Brooklyn offices. Dinner will be served and metrocards are available. RedUp and Persist are located at 147 Prince Street; text or call 718.635.1791 to be let into the building. Email audaciaray@redumbrellaproject.org for directions and travel info.

Workshops are led by RedUP team members and activist colleagues and are intended for both experienced and new activists.

Speak Up! Guide to Doing Legislative Advocacy for Change in New York


 




This 19 page publication (PDF format) is a guide for people who wish to facilitate changes in legislation in New York City and State laws. It provides readers with information about the process of legislation in New York City and State,  why and how to make policy change, how to lobby elected officials, tips for strategic messaging, and more. First edition published April 2012.

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