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Advocacy Resource Asking Questions at Town Halls 

Town halls are a great opportunity to hear directly from your member of Congress. Here are some tips to help you make the most of it.

Advocacy Resource Policy Change Without Representation: DC Action Steps 

For DC residents, influencing policy without congressional representation can be a challenge. Here's what you can do.

Advocacy Resource Meet with Congress for the First Time 

Spend just 15 minutes a week learning the skills that will prepare you for effective advocacy. By the end of the online training (February 28-April 21), you’ll be ready to go on your first lobby visit with your member of Congress’s office.

Advocacy Resource Around the Country: March Today. Lobby Tomorrow.  

You can stand in the way of Islamophobia, racism, economic inequity, and violence. Join FCNL’s fierce advocacy for justice. Get the resources you need for protest and policy change.

Advocacy Resource Moving Your Members of Congress Toward Peace and Justice 

Whether your members of Congress are consistent advocates for peace and justice, or they're quiet or active against the issues you care about, there's always something you can ask them to do to tip the scale toward justice.

Advocacy Resource 5 Ways to Make Congress Hear You 

Members of Congress have to listen to constituents — it’s the only way they keep their jobs — but not all communications with Congress are equal. These tips will help you communicate effectively to solve problems and change policy.

Advocacy Resource 5 Ways to Bring FCNL to Your Meeting 

Lifting up our shared concerns through advocacy can energize our meetings. Find out how your meeting can get involved with FCNL's work.

Advocacy Resource Community Lobby Day Training 

FCNL wants to help you have a successful Community Lobby Day visit! Check out these resources to help you have the most effective lobby visit you can in December.

Advocacy Resource Love Thy Neighbor 

Our country is struggling with deep divisions. Amid the blame of and attack on those who are different - in political views, race, religion, country of origin, or sexual orientation - it becomes even more urgent to highlight the value we place in one another. FCNL's #LoveThyNeighbor campaign seeks to shift the narrative.

Advocacy Resource Social Media for Advocacy 

Social media is a tool you can use all year round from anywhere. Even when you cannot schedule a lobby visit spur of the moment, you have a voice and we want to empower you to use it to help us steer U.S policies toward peace and justice.

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