Sunday, May 14, 2017

Register today! The Tripping Point Advocacy Summit on June 10th

In Los Angeles, we need safer, greener, and more accessible neighborhoods for all in Los Angeles.

For too long, we’ve faced crumbling sidewalksdangerous crosswalks for older adults, youth, and individuals with disabilities; missing bus shelters; and withering tree canopies lining our streets. These issues are magnified in low-income communities and communities of color throughout Los Angeles.

Join us for a day of discussions, interactive trainings, workshops, and networking with colleagues, friends, advocacy leaders, public agency staff, and elected officials’ staff. With an incredible lineup of workshops and trainings, you’ll leave with the skills, tools, strategies, and insights that will take your advocacy to another level.

This year, LA has a opportunity to align significant streams of funding, like Measure M local return and Willits settlement funds, to solve these problems in neighborhoods and communities of need. Now is the time to learn how to continue effecting change, who to ask for what, and when to make your voice heard.

Register here for The Tripping Point!

Saturday, June 10 9:30AM – 2:00PM

PUENTE Learning Center, 501 South Boyle Ave. Los Angeles 90033

Free with registration



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