Advocacy Opportunities around COVID-19

Advocacy and health are closely related, and that is especially true during this period of active legislation about COVID-19. Here are some opportunities around Philadelphia and PA to contact your representatives, connect with other workers, and advocate for those in the food and health industries

Attend a Town Hall to support Philadelphia Workers: https://bit.ly/3aiVHZt
#SHUTDOWNBERKS@shutdownberkscoalition

Food Chain Workers Alliance: https://bit.ly/3dvD0Ec

Support for Mental Health Workers: https://bit.ly/2J9VkVi

With the current COVID-19 crisis, the health of all is inextricably tied to the rights of groups including health workers, food industry workers, and refugees. Local, state, and federal organizations are asking for individuals to contact their representatives, participate in town halls, and write letters or emails supporting those most vulnerable during this time. Here are some opportunities to support advocacy efforts in a safe, distanced way. 

#workersrights
#covid_19
#shutdownberks
#philadelphia
#townhall

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