Advocacy

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The U.S. has witnessed a rise in maternal deaths, poor health outcomes for moms and families, and lack of support and recognition of maternal mental health disorders. Furthermore, these problems are much worse for women and families of color. There are many things we can do to improve the health of mothers and families across the country! Join us for the March for Moms and 2020Mom Advocacy Days on Monday, May 7th and Tuesday, May 8th!

Come and help us Amplify Your Voice and the voices of your community on the Federal and State level!”

Monday, May 7th

Advocacy Prep Day hosted by 2020Moms! This will include workshops, training, and networking for Tuesday, May 8th! For more information, visit 2020Mom.org or click the big orange button below!

Tuesday, May 8th

Advocacy Day! Participants who have pre-registered will have appointments set for them to meet with policymakers about everything you learned on Monday! Click the big orange button to sign up now! Note: Participation in the 5/7 Workshop is not mandatory for Advocacy Day.

Can’t come to lobby day training Monday, May 7th but want to visit your legislators on Tuesday? Fill out this form to sign up!