The Reform Movement's Racial Justice Campaign Lobby Meeting Interest Form

Reform Jews as well as partners and allies from across the United States will meet virtually with their U.S. Senators July 26-August 6, as part of the Reform Movement's Racial Justice Campaign advocacy efforts in support of Freedom to Vote. During the meetings we will be advocating in support of the For the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act. Please fill out this form to indicate your interest in participating in lobby meetings with your Senators and let us know how you would like to take part.
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Lobby Meeting Participation Questions
There are a few ways to participate in Senate lobby meetings: as a Lobby Meeting Coordinator, State Outreach Coordinator, Congregational Outreach Coordinator, Speaker, and Lobby Meeting Participant. Learn more about each role. Share how you would like to participate.

Note
: In some states, meetings may be scheduled outside of the target dates of July 26-August, and we anticipate more participants signing up for leadership roles than there are speaker or coordinator roles, so we cannot guarantee we will be able to offer those roles to everyone who signs up for them. If we are able to offer you a speaker or coordinator role, we will reach out to you. Due to the high volume of registrations, we will only be able to contact registrants to whom we can offer a speaker or coordinator role. 

Even if you are not offered a speaker or coordinator role, we hope you will still join the lobby meeting as a participant.
Taking part in lobby meetings as a participant is a critical way to show our Movement's power - a meeting with 500 people on Zoom shows more power than a meeting with 25 people on Zoom, even if the same small number of people talk during both Zoom meetings.

We are still in the process of scheduling lobby meetings with Senate offices and will provide registration information as it becomes available.


Optional Survey
We know that the voices of people with marginalized identities are often underrepresented. This optional survey will let us know who in our campaign may have lived experiences that our U.S. Senators often do not hear about when they are making public policy. We want our U.S. Senators to understand the unique obstacles people from marginalized and underrepresented backgrounds face and why passing the For the People Act and John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act is important to ensure that people from all backgrounds can cast their ballots freely, safely, and equally.