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Advocacy Update | Your Voices Are Being Heard: Keep It Up

Wednesday, Aug 23 2017

Your Voices Are Being Heard
Thank you, Hadassah Charlotte! During one of several successful Day in the District meetings this August, our members came together with Senator Thom Tillis (NC) to advance Hadassah’s legislative agenda, focusing on combating anti-Semitism. Following the meeting, Senator Tillis’s office tweeted opposition to white supremacists and neo-Nazis, echoing that hatred has no place in America.

Act Now
Meeting with your legislators is one of the most effective ways to have a national impact. Recently, more than 10 Days in the District have taken place, there's still time to organize a meeting with your elected official during a legislative recess. Please reach out to advocacy@hadassah.org for assistance with planning a Day in the District.  

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