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Guide to Understanding Your Ballot

Women's March SLO is a fiscally sponsored 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We do not endorse candidates and do not engage in political campaigning. The guide below is a simple list of resources where you can find help if you feel overwhelmed with the 2018 midterm...

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Women’s March San Luis Obispo Announces Student Grant

Women's March San Luis Obispo (WMSLO) has announced the availability of a new grant for students interested in pursuing projects that align with the mission and goals of WMSLO. These include issues such as civil rights, LGBTQIA rights, immigrant rights, environmental...

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#WhyIDidntReport Solidarity Event

On Wednesday, September 26, Women's March San Luis Obispo invites the public to meet in front of the SLO Courthouse between 4:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. to take part in the #WhyIDidntReport solidarity event. This event will be one of many nationwide calls to action in...

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Effect of Ethical and Religious Directives on Health Services

Dear Friends, Dignity Health (a Catholic health care institution that operates French and Arroyo Grande hospitals) and Catholic Healthcare Initiatives intend to merge, creating a mega Catholic health system that would be among the largest health systems in the nation....

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Town Hall For Our Lives

***Organized by March For Our Lives students Alexa Ford, Oliver Hicks and Audrey McClish***   No one is safe from gun violence. Knowledge is one of the greatest connectors between humankind. To have an open and candid bipartisan discussion geared towards creating...

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March For Our Lives SLO Student Speeches

OLIVER HICKS, SLO High School Hello all, my name is Oliver Hicks and I am a senior at San Luis Obispo High School. I am joined on stage by my fellow student organizers from schools across our county, all of whom you will be hearing speak today. Before we get started,...

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Mikaela Bell, March For Our Lives SLO Photographer

My name is Mikaela Bell, and I am a junior at Morro Bay High School. I started reading about intersectional feminism several years ago and from there my passion for activism has only grown and developed. I am in love with the art of photography and seek for all...

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Franko Jira, March For Our Lives

My name is Franko Jira and I am an 18-year-old senior at Atascadero High School. I was born in Ethiopia and moved to Germany at the age of 5, before moving to the U.S. in 2010. After moving to the States, I have been actively trying to learn more about politics by...

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