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Voter Education Month & Domestic Violence Awareness Month (October) begin - From the 2021 LWV NATIONAL MESSAGING CALENDAR
As the Supreme Court prepares to reconvene on October 4th, it is imperative we make our voices heard regarding reproductive rights. People in Texas are facing near complete bans on abortion and vigilante justice and the Supreme Court allowed it.
A short speaking program will take place from 11:30am-12pm with march set to begin at 12:00pm.
The power is with the people so it's time for the people to march.
Please register to attend so we can email details as the event approaches.
Sponsored by AAUW FL Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee
AAUW Florida invites you to participate in a series of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) discussions sponsored by the AAUW FL DEI Committee.
This first discussion deals with implicit bias. We all have biases. When we are aware of these attitudes and stereotypes, we call them explicit. But we also have implicit attitudes and stereotypes that may influence our thinking in ways we‘re not even aware of and can’t totally control. This dialogue will focus on identifying our implicit biases and ways of addressing them.
Join the meeting:
Meeting ID: 864 8092 0656
Indigenous People's Day - From the 2021 LWV NATIONAL MESSAGING CALENDAR
As part of the celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month and the important role art plays within the Hispanic culture, the City of Orlando will host a showcase of 19 local artists’ work. The art exhibition will run from August 30 – October 24, 2021 at the Terrace Gallery at Orlando City Hall.
In addition to the Terrace Gallery Art Exhibition, Mayor Buddy Dyer and District 2 City Commissioner Tony Ortiz will host the City of Orlando’s Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration Event, October 12, 2021 at the Amway Center. This event will feature welcoming remarks from Mayor Dyer and Commissioner Ortiz, Latin food, music, and entertainment.
For a copy of the City of Orlando Hispanic Heritage Month proclamation, click here.
WHEN & WHERE:
Tuesday, October 12, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.
Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration
Amway Center, 400 West Church Street
August 30 – October 24, 2021
Hispanic Heritage Month Art Exhibition
Terrace Gallery at Orlando City Hall, 400 South Orange Avenue
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and the Orlando City Council has proclaimed September 15 through October 15, 2021 as Hispanic Heritage Month in the City of Orlando.
Hispanic Heritage Month is observed each year throughout the country to recognize the culture and traditions of U.S. residents who trace their roots to Spain, Mexico, and the Spanish speaking nations of Central America, South America, and the Caribbean.
The theme of this year’s Hispanic Heritage Month is “Esperanza: a Celebration of Hispanic Heritage and Hope.” This theme invites residents to celebrate the community’s diversity and reflect on how great we can make the future through resilience and hope.
This Hispanic Heritage Month reaffirms Orlando's commitment to being a welcoming and inclusive city that celebrates the differences of its citizens. The city of Orlando is proud to dedicate this month to the rich and di
On Thursday, October 14, people across Central Florida will host or take part in small group conversations (no more than 10 people) to get ideas flowing about all the different ways — big and small — each of us can make Central Florida a better place
The League of Women Voters of Orange County will be hosting a table at the Backyard Biodiversity Day event this Saturday. We’ll be focusing of voter registration, voter education regarding Florida SB 90 and petitioning our Senators to support the John Lewis Voting Rights Act currently working it’s way through the U.S. Senate.
We need you! Please join us between 9:00 and 3:00 and please wear your League name tag. If you’re certified to do voter registration, yay! If you’re not certified to register voters, this is a good time to get that done. But don’t let that stop you from coming out and representing LWVOC!
The annual Orange County Community Conference provides Orange County residents an opportunity to learn about innovative ways to improve neighborhoods. Workshops offer a well-rounded blend of topics for individual citizens, voluntary neighborhood organizations, homeowners associations and other community groups. This year the conference will be virtual.
Virtual on Orange County's Social Media Platforms:
Orange TV Cable Channel
Orange County Facebook Page
Orange TV YouTube Channel
Copy/paste link: https://www.ocfl.net/NeighborsHousing/CommunityConference/tabid/1288/Default.aspx#.YWX8dxrMLIU
Zoom meeting until further notice
Meet 3rd Tue of every month
Orientation for new members
ZOOM Call for April and May then return to Rollins upon release from Covid19 protocols
Government Committee Meeting
Vote Early Day - From the 2021 LWV NATIONAL MESSAGING CALENDAR
United Nations Day - From the 2021 LWV NATIONAL MESSAGING CALENDAR
The Voter Services and History Committees present an old-fashioned gathering designed to celebrate voting. Details to come, and the public invited to this free event.
Committee meets on the 4th Monday each month.
Zoom mtg, every 4th Wed of the month, contact Chairperson for login info
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Team updates, local issue updates
Teams breakout sessions
Take your pick and make a difference!
The Water Team led by Gabbie Milch
The Energy/Climate Team led by Mary Dipboye
The Conservation Lands Team led by Kim Buchheit
The Recycling Team led by Kay Hudson