The ACLU of Missouri wants to demystify the legislative process and ensure you can better advocate for yourself and the issues you care about. Learn how to tell your story to bring change in Missouri by joining our 2021 Spring Training Series events. 


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June 10, 6 pm: Activate Your Summer: Strategies to Build for Legislative Change Out of Session: When the legislative session ends, our activism doesn't. Join us for a conversation on interim strategies to build for legislative change even when legislators are on break. Protecting civil liberties in Missouri takes work every month of the year. We can't wait to partner with you in shaping a better future.

Past Events



April 14, 6 pm: Beyond Visibility: MO Trans & Queer Legislation: Join us to sharpen your tools in support of Trans and Queer+ Missourians! You'll hear from local and statewide advocates as well as learn what you can do to push for change beyond trans and queer visibility. 



Mar 9, 6 pm: Show Me Accountability: What you need to know about recording law enforcement

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March 11, 6 pm: Poder de la voz: How to uplift stories of Migration for policy changePublic hearings during the Missouri Legislative session gives you an opportunity to express your opinion on an issue in a formal way to the deciding committee. Offering oral a powerful way to uplift stories of Migration for policy change in our state. Join us to learn about the process of providing testimony and tips for sharing your story.

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Feb 17, 6 pm: Liberation and Solidarity: Policy and Legislative Advocacy Training: This training is to educate and empower more Black and Latinx community members in policy and legislative advocacy

Feb 24, 6 pmLiberation and Solidarity: Policy, Legislative and Policy Training Part 2: -Map systems of power and learn how to take part in decision-making processes

-Learn how to voice and act on Black and Latinx community needs