Texas 87th Legislative Session Lessons, Opportunities + Connections
Register for this four-part series on advocacy!

The 87th Texas Legislative Session has ended, and there’s a lot for us to reflect on together! Whether you have experience in disability advocacy or it’s new to you, you’re invited to be a part of a four-session virtual training series hosted by The Arc of Texas and Easterseals Central Texas.

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What will the training cover?

Participants will learn about what happened during the 87th Texas Legislative Session, make connections with other new and emerging disability advocates, and discuss advocacy activities you can do both during and after a legislative session.

When is the training?

This training will be held virtually through Zoom from noon to 1:15 p.m. CST each Wednesday in July 2021.

Will the training happen another time?

No. This is the only time this training will be held.

How much does it cost?

All four training sessions are free!

Who can attend?

Anyone who is interested in learning more about advocacy is welcome to join. This training is perfect for those who have never been involved in disability advocacy before, or those who want to strengthen their existing skills. People with disabilities, their families, and their allies are all invited to attend.

How do I attend?

You must register for access to the trainings. Registrants will receive an email with the Zoom link to attend. This link will reserve a spot for you in all four sessions.

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Who do I contact with questions or accommodation requests?

Email us at esct.advocacy@gmail.com or nlyon@thearcoftexas.org.

Thank you to our partners!

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This project is supported by the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities (TCDD) through grant number 2101TXSCDD00 from the U.S. Administration for Community Living (ACL), Department of Health & Human Services, Washington, D.C. 20201. Grantees receiving government sponsorships are encouraged to express their findings and conclusions. Opinions do not necessarily represent official TCDD or ACL policy.