Sunday, October 23, 2016

Expert on Social Justice in Crime and Law to Speak at Lutheran Advocacy Ministry Advocacy Conference on Nov. 1

Lutheran Advocacy Ministry-NM hosts an advocacy conference each fall. The conference includes sessions on topics related to our Advocacy Agenda as well as the basics of advocacy. 

The conference is open to all. Here is information on this year's conference.

 “Advocacy 2016”
  Saturday, November 5
8:30 am – 1pm
601 Montaño Rd NW 87107
Cost per person is $15, including lunch

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Nicholas Natividad
Dr. Natividad is a member of the faculty at NM State University in the Criminal Justice Department. He received his Ph.D. in Justice Studies from Arizona State University with concentration on issues of social justice in crime and law. His research and teaching interests include: borderland studies, race and identity studies, indigenous jurisprudence, immigration.

Breakout session topics will include advocacy basics, immigration, criminal justice, and more. The conference is open to everyone interested in learning more about advocating on public policies impacting our many neighbors living in poverty and with hunger.

Registration Information
Deadline: November 1
Cost per person is $15, including lunch
Send your name, contact information and congregation/organization to or call 505-984-8005

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