(Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy events are in bold.)
November 3, Election for Virginia General Assembly
November 7, Richmond Peace Education Center Annual Auction
November 7, 6-9pm, The Richmond Chapter NAACP Annual Freedom Fund Banquet. Tickets and sponsorship is available at www.richmondbranchnaacp.com. Click on freedom fund awards gala or call Cassandra Shaw at (804) 357-7688
November 8, 2:30-4:30, VICPP NoVa Chapter’s Annual Advocacy Training Session at Unity of Fairfax in Oakton
November 8, 2:00-4:30, VICPP Hampton Roads Chapter’s South Hampton Roads Social Justice University at St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church.
November 10th, 5pm. RiseUp 15 is hosting a Mass Rally and March: $15 and Union Rights at Richmond City Hall at 9000 E Broad Street, Richmond, VA. There will be buses and carpooling arrangements made from Charlottesville, Blacksburg, Roanoke, Fredericksburg, and Culpeper. Contact Ben Carroll: firstname.lastname@example.org/919-
November 15, 2:00-4:30pm “What do we do with the Stranger? A Conversation about Immigration,” Bon Air Presbyterian in North Chesterfield, VA.
November 18, 10:00AM-12:00pm, Interfaith Conference on Childhood Hunger in the L. Douglas Wilder Library at Virginia Union University. The focus of this gathering is to determine if we as the family of faith can all agree to a common advocacy for legislation to support universal breakfast in the classroom. Registration link:http://www.virginiafeedskids.org/
December 3, 8:30am-3:00pm, The Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis Policy Summit, Omni Richmond Hotel. Event and registration information is at this link.
December 8, 6-8pm, VICPP Annual Meeting with Michael Cassidy, CEO of The Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis, at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.
January 20, 8am-3pm, VICPP Day for All People, at the Virginia Union University Living and Learning Center and the General Assembly in Richmond, Va.