RE: Tianna and Elias – Letter to District Attorney Dow

Dear District Attorney Dow, On behalf of Women’s March San Luis Obispo (WMSLO), we are writing to you to express our support for Tianna Arata and Elias Bautista, who are facing felony and misdemeanor charges as recommended by the San Luis Obispo Police...

In Support of Tianna Arata and Elias Bautista

Open letter to the San Luis Obispo Police Department in regards to charges against Tiana Arata and Elias Bautista Women’s March SLO (WMSLO) has been a Police and Community Together (PACT) member since 2017. The mission of the PACT as stated is to affect positive...
Black Lives Matter. Period.

Black Lives Matter. Period.

Let us state clearly – Black Lives Matter. Women’s March San Luis Obispo unequivocally stands with the young black voices at the forefront of the Black Lives Matter movement in San Luis Obispo. We recognize these young people as brave, unrelenting leaders in the work...
Answering the Call with Meghan Madsen

Answering the Call with Meghan Madsen

***UPDATE – FIND THE CONVERSATION WITH MEGHAN MADSEN HERE! Join us for the sixteenth episode of Answering the Call as we talk to Meghan Madsen, District 1 Commissioner for SLO Commission on the Status of Women. The Commission on the Status of Women is an...
Ask Me Anything – Running for Office

Ask Me Anything – Running for Office

***UPDATE – SEE THE RECORDING OF THIS SESSION HERE. Ready to run for office in 2020? Still have some questions? Join us for “Ask Me Anything” about running for office with Erica A. Stewart, Susan Funk, Mariam Shah and Kristen Barneich.2018 was a Year...
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