24 Wednesday / October 24, 2018

The Ease of Contacting Congress

07:00 pm
Hodge Hall, Kelley School of Business

This event will be on Wednesday Oct. 24th at 7 pm in Hodge Hall at the Kelley School of Business. This event is to help promote the idea of advocating for world relief efforts from our Congress People. The event is open to the public as I will be giving a presentation on how easy it is to contact their congressperson or senator and have them support bills that help the world’s most extreme poor. As an Intern with The Borgen Project, and a member of Pi Lambda Phi where our philanthropy is The Elimination of Prejudice, we need to take the bad thoughts of congress and what they don’t do, but mobilize everyone to make sure that every person in this world, can live a happy life, and and equal life as well.

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