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WE ADVOCATE for public policies that make communities better.
WE EDUCATE citizens about voting and changing election laws.
WE ENGAGE citizens in democracy and our members in League activities.
February 8 Public Issues Forum
Pathways to Criminal Justice Reform
Topics at this free forum include youth justice, racial inequities, overview of current Wisconsin sentencing law and national trends, proposed criminal justice reforms and proposed legislation. Learn more about the issues and the actions and advocacy underway.
Saturday, February 8 - 9:00 a.m.
Summit Place 1st Floor Conference Center
6737 W. Washington St., West Allis
Click here for more details and distinguished panelists.
February 16 Centennial Celebration
League 100th Birthday
You're invited to join us to honor the legacy of the League of Women Voters. Enjoy light refreshments, speakers and a special exhibit: Women Earn the Vote. Free admission. RSVP required - presentation seating is limited to 75.
Sunday, February 16 - 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Waukesha County Historical Society and Museum
101 W. Main St., Waukesha.
Click here for details and more on the Women Earn the Vote exhibit.