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November Leadership Development Trainings: Black ‘n’ Advocacy pt.2

November 17, 2023

Black ‘n’ Advocacy covers our process for navigating legislative advocacy at Surge Reproductive Justice, with a focus on Washington state. This training was born out of the lived experience and political analysis of Black anti-racist organizers and legislative advocates attempting to work within “the system” and quickly identifying the pitfalls of that system and what working around it looks like in service of our communities. This online training is highly interactive, and approximately 3 hours long. We welcome people from all backgrounds to attend!

We believe in the power of political education and collective analysis building, so we offer our leadership development trainings every trimester. It’s that time! These trainings are opportunities to deepen your understanding and commitment to anti-racism, reproductive justice, and legislative advocacy through a Black feminist lens. They are also a great way to build community with like-spirited people from around the country in an accessible and fun way.

We ask attendees to pay for their participation in our trainings if they are non-BIPOC. The donation link, and a self-survey to determine which gift amount feels right for you, can be accessed below by copying and pasting the URLs into your web browser:

Donation Self-Survey:

Please donate here, with a note including this trainings’ name:

There is a $75 stipend available for community members who are Black, Indigenous, and/or people of color who are experiencing financial difficulties, but would like to attend this session. More information and the form to request the stipend will be sent out after the session.

Surge Reproductive Justice

1225 S. Weller St Suite 400
Seattle, WA, 98144

Surge Reproductive Justice mobilizes communities to build a world where all people can make powerful, self determined choices for their bodies and the future of their families and communities.