In the month of June we are reclaiming our voices. For this week’s #WorkYourPlan Wednesday I’m taking a step towards one of my action items – to be more informed about local government.
We’re going to learn why local elections matter and how we become informed voters from my friend, Eshe Pickett, a community activist & an engineer. We will address advocacy, elections and our laws.
In this episode we discuss…
“Politicians pay attention to people who can vote them out of office.” – Eshe Pickett
“There’s always got to be some piece of you that’s connected to the greater good and when you have no connection and all you’re seeing is the negative that’s when you have hopelessness. I maintain hope because I’m involved.” – Eshe Pickett
James 2:14-26 “Faith without works is dead.”
Knock Down the House Documentary on Netflix
Attend a session on the Independent Redistricting Commission
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