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Katie Hunter-Lowrey Trauma Informed Advocacy Cruisin Jams

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Louisiana Survivors for Reform will host a Trauma Informed Advocacy Workshop on Wednesday, March 3rd at 6 pm for people who have experienced harm, crime survivors, and victim-survivors on the basics of delivering public testimony and to give survivors some tips on telling our stories to policymakers how we want to. LSR believes that advocacy can be a form of healing. Making policy and budget processes more accessible to survivor involvement is crucial to comprehensive criminal justice reform.

The workshop is free and via zoom. It will be moderated by Rev. Alexis Anderson of East Baton Rouge Parish Prison Reform Coalition (EBRPPRC) with presentations from lobbyist Mary-Patricia Wray of Top Drawer Strategies and former State Legislator/current New Orleans City Councilmember At-Large Helena Moreno. Please register below to receive the zoom information. Contact 504-535-4912 or lsr@defendla.org with any questions.

Louisiana Survivors for Reform will host a Trauma Informed Advocacy Workshop on Wednesday, March 3rd at 6 pm for people who have experienced harm, crime survivors, and victim-survivors on the basics of delivering public testimony and to give survivors some tips on telling our stories to policymakers how we want to. LSR believes that advocacy can be a form of healing. Making policy and budget processes more accessible to survivor involvement is crucial to comprehensive criminal justice reform.

The workshop is free and via zoom. It will be moderated by Rev. Alexis Anderson of East Baton Rouge Parish Prison Reform Coalition (EBRPPRC) with presentations from lobbyist Mary-Patricia Wray of Top Drawer Strategies and former State Legislator/current New Orleans City Councilmember At-Large Helena Moreno. Please register below to receive the zoom information. Contact 504-535-4912 or lsr@defendla.org with any questions.

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