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[Updated January 2013]
- Thursday, February 14th, 2013 - Atlanta Rising Up - Unitarian Universalist Church of Atlanta - 7:30pm-10pm | Join the Atlanta Rising Up for the One Billion Rising campaign this February 14th. Rising Up! is co-produced by Roots Productions. Proceeds will benefit Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Bright Nepal. SisterSong will be in the house performing at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Atlanta. www.rising-up.org
FOR LIVE STREAMING stay tuned to onebillionrising.org!
- Association of Reproductive Health Professionals Annual Meetings | The annual meeting, Reproductive Health, is a two-day meeting with concurrent hands-on pre-conference workshops that takes place in a different city every year in the fall. The educational content for the meeting is developed by a volunteer planning committee and includes the latest clinical and policy information on a variety of reproductive health topics | for further info visit: http://www.ReproductiveHealth2012.org
- Public Comment Opportunity – The Affordable Care Act mandated that the Advisory Group (AG) be established within HHS . The AG is a non-discretionary federal advisory committee. The public has the opportunity to provide comments (in person and in writing) to the AG on April 12, 2012. For more details, go to the complete Fed. Register notice: http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2012-03-15/pdf/2012-6291.pdf
Work in the Movement:
- Become a Ms Foundation 2013 Fellow - Applications DUE FEBRUARY 15th -The opportunity is a one-year fellowship (Sept. 2013 to Aug. 2014), housed in the advocacy and policy department, to fund a talented early to mid-career individual pursuing a project in support of the Ms. Foundation's ongoing work. If successful, the project may be eligible for continued funding. For more information: http://msffw.convio.net/site/R?i=PvTI_SKNygNGC8WJZxSgBQ