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Virginia Organizing 2016 Annual Report Released

Virginia Organizing 2016 Annual Report Released

The Virginia Organizing 2016 Annual Report is more compact than our past years’ reports, but it is filled with a lot of accomplishments and wins that you helped make happen! You c ...

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Virginia Organizing Lynchburg Chapter to Hold School-to-Prison Pipeline Discussion

Virginia Organizing Lynchburg Chapter to Hold School-to-Prison Pipeline Discussion

What: School-to-prison pipeline public forum When: Monday, November 14 at 6 p.m. Where: Lynchburg Public Library (Main Branch, 2315 Memorial Avenue, Lynchburg, VA 24501) Lynchburg ...

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Lee Irvin: October 2016 Leader of the Month

Lee Irvin: October 2016 Leader of the Month

Lee Irvin first joined Virginia Organizing in mid-2015 after meeting Lynchburg area organizer Haley Wilson. Since then, Lee has worked hard to build power for change in Lynchburg ...

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Virginia Organizing Grassroots Gathering 2016

Virginia Organizing Grassroots Gathering 2016

Virginians from Harrisonburg to Southwest Virginia to South Hampton Roads and everywhere in between gathered September 16-18 at Smith Mountain Lake 4-H Center to celebrate accompl ...

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Grassroots Gathering 2016: Brief Recap

Grassroots Gathering 2016: Brief Recap

Over the weekend of September 16-18, Virginia Organizing leaders gathered at Smith Mountain Lake to discuss important issues facing Virginians this year like education justice, en ...

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Emerging Chapters Organize for Change

Emerging Chapters Organize for Change

Virginia Organizing has several emerging Chapters across the state. If you live in Roanoke, the New River Valley, Lynchburg, Eastern Shore, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, or Suffolk and ...

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Amherst County Board of Supervisors Repeals Discriminatory Ordinance

Amherst County Board of Supervisors Repeals Discriminatory Ordinance

Amherst, Va.—Virginia Organizing leaders in the emerging Lynchburg Chapter celebrated yesterday when the Amherst County Board of Supervisors voted to repeal an ordinance that coul ...

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Amherst County to Revise Ordinance Restricting Felons from Operating Businesses

Amherst County to Revise Ordinance Restricting Felons from Operating Businesses

Originally published in The Amherst New Era Progress. Virginia Organizing leaders in an emerging Chapter in the area have been organizing around this important issue! In response ...

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