Disability Rights New York, 11:00am-1:30pm, Student Union Lobby: Register to vote & learn how you can be an advocate for individuals with disabilities
How Does the Census Impact Me? Workshop, 12:15pm-1:30pm, Rockwell 306: Are you ready to be a Census influencer? Maybe you weren't paying attention in high school social studies class and missed the explanation about the role of the Census survey? Don't panic- this won't be a boring lesson you'll soon forget! You'll learn how being counted in the 2020 Census will impact you, your family, and the community for the next 10 years. We'll review how the Census impacts your everyday life as a college student, from financial aid to the street you took to class today. Then, you'll use your voice to create a message about the Census that will be shared across campus and the Buffalo community to encourage others to be counted in 2020. Register for the workshop at: https://buffalostate.wufoo.com/forms/rsvp-civic-engagement-week-events/
Erie County Board of Elections, 11:00am-1:30pm, Student Union Lobby: Get registered to vote for the 2020 primaries, special election, and general election.
Higher Education Action Day, 5:30am-8:00pm, Albany: Head to Albany to advocate for affordable & accessible higher education in NY. Register with Pedro: firstname.lastname@example.org
ConnectLife Blood Drive, 10:00am-3:00pm, Buckham A114: Donate blood to help local residents in need! Donating blood is a simple thing to do that takes less than an hour. Just think, potentially saving the lives of up to 3 people takes less time than it takes to watch a television show. As Western New York’s only community blood center and federally designated organ, eye, and tissue procurement agency, ConnectLife saves and enhances lives through the support and compassion of donors who graciously choose to give the gift of life. Schedule your appointment at ConnectLifeGiveBlood.org and enter sponsor code 001944 or call 716-529-4270. Don't forget to bring a photo ID to make your donation.
The Organizer's Tool Kit, 12:15pm-1:30pm, Rockwell 306: Before you can be an activist you have to get organized! Ever wonder how large campus events are organized? Do you want to learn? Step into the world of project management with Assistant Directors Aurora Schunk (Civic and Community Engagement Office) and Eve Everette (Anne Frank Project) to learn how your organization skills are a form of community activism and advocacy. We’ll even workshop your idea! Before you can be an activist you have to get organized. Learn the steps to turn your ideas into a detailed event, or advocacy campaign, for social change. Register for the workshop at: https://buffalostate.wufoo.com/forms/rsvp-civic-engagement-week-events/
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