New NARSOL in Action with David

Join us on February 6th for our first NARSOL in Action of 2024. This is one that you do not want to miss. It will start at 8 p.m. EST so people across the country can attend and be a part of this conversation, hosted by David Garlock.

How many times do you have a question that you wish you could ask a member of NARSOL’s board? This NIA segment is going to allow you to have that opportunity. You will be able to ask questions to the members of the board that are in attendance and then receive the answers on the spot. Many people have asked if we could do this at a conference, but we decided that having a NARSOL in Action segment that has members of the board of directors present will be a great way to have these conversations and will allow people to be present who are unable to attend a conference.

Register at this link; we look forward to having a productive and powerful conversation about how we can all move forward in the fight to abolish the registry.


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