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In this fast-changing world, the League must also adapt and change. If we are to continue to meet the League’s Mission and Vision, we must bolster our ability to empower voters and defend democracy by engaging with all communities. We must look through a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion lens to understand the perspectives and voices of all communities and what, if any, barriers exist that are preventing the League from being equitable or inclusive of everyone. 

Join us as we explore ways to address these questions.

Reimagining the League Retreat 
Sunday, June 11, 8:30-12:30pm 
Oddfellows Hall, 307 N. Pine Street, Ellensburg 

(for insurance reasons, please use the elevator)

The first two hours will be discussing transitions between outgoing and incoming Board members. From 10:30-12:30, we will brainstorm reimagining the League and its work. 

Please explore the links below prior to the Retreat (especially the short videos in purple):
The Circle of Human Concern: Who belongs within the circle of human concern?
Know Your Why | Michael Jr.: “If you know your why, your what is more impactful because you are walking towards or in your purpose.”
How to Citizen with Baratunde: How to create Super Voters
Beau of the Fifth ColumnLet’s talk about the dreams and realities of change…
CivXNow: Making Democracy Work
LWV of Alameda VerifyIT: Civics, voting, news literacy game
League of Women Voters Presents – Civics 101

Click here to access links to important documents, including LWV Basics, 2023 LWVKC Calendar, LWVUS Transformation Plan guidance, LWVUS Impact on Issues guide, LWVUS Making Democracy Work guidance, LWV lingo, and the LWVUS Membership Leadership Development Handbook.

Contact us at if you are interested in attending or have any questions! 

Learn more about examining our work through a DEI Lens >>>

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