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We recently added a new section to our website! The mobilize page will serve as a resource for RHAP’s supporters to engage in advocacy in various ways.
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New Section of Our Website!
In response to a call for more advocacy post-election and post-Women’s March, we have created a new page on the website under the “Get Involved” section–“Mobilize.” This page will serve as a resource for RHAP’s supporters to engage in advocacy in various ways. The “Active Campaigns” section lists actions our allies are organizing at the…
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