Join the Movement for a Just and Equitable Kansas
The Kansas People’s Agenda is inspired by the work of
Dr. William J. Barber., the leader of the Moral Mondays movement in North Carolina.
Join us in this inclusive show of strength! We plan for more than 1,000 people: Black, brown, Muslim, Christian, LGBTQAI, union members, Democrats, Republicans, Green, teachers, clergy, students. View our list of partnering organizations and coalitions to-date here.
It's time to rise! On January 11, we'll represent 15 issues and make specific demands, just 2 days after
the legislature convenes for 2017!
Schedule of Events:
Make your reservation to attend at:
8:00 AM - MAPJ Bus departs Manhattan
make reservations at:
9:30 AM - Pick up rally packet on ground level,
north side of Capitol Building
10:15 - Gather on 2nd floor rotunda for rally
Break for lunch
Afternoon: Visit legislators, sit in on committee meetings
Bus returns to Manhattan at 3:00 PM
Indivisible: A Practical Guide for Resisting the Trump Era
Former congressional staffers are publicizing their newly released "Indivisible Guide," a manual for people, groups, and organizations who want to resist the incoming rightwing administration through grassroots action.
The guide, Indivisible: A Practical Guide for Resisting the Trump Agenda, outlines a step-by-step process of grassroots organizing and advocacy targeting Members of Congress (MoCs), from coordinated calls to sit-ins and photo op disruption.