Will You Join Us in October?
We represent the majority. An overwhelming number of Americans support the vision we’re fighting for. And that’s what we’re working to build at the end of the day – a country that is as good and just as its ideals.
Please join us on October 6 as we gather in community with civil rights advocates and other movement leaders for our fundraising reception. While we’ve faced extraordinary setbacks this year, our community has shown up tirelessly to fight for democracy and hold the line on our fundamental rights. Let’s celebrate our coalition and launch a path forward grounded in our collective strength, shared purpose, and power.
Details and Accommodations
The event is a cocktail style reception with heavy hors d’oeuvres, a light speaking program, and live entertainment. We will adhere to all local and federal COVID-19 safety measures and protocols. The venue is ADA compliant and ASL interpretation will be provided. We have taken care to provide catering that considers dietary restrictions and preferences and space for breastfeeding people and those in need of quiet space for prayer or otherwise. Please reach out to Sashia Moore, senior manager of corporate relations and special events, at [email protected] for additional information, special arrangements, or reasonable accommodations. If you’re interested in serving as a sponsor, learn more here.
Save the Date
October 6, 2022
7:00 – 11:00 PM
Smithsonian American Art Museum
National Portrait Gallery
800 G Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
We, the majority, demand access to legal abortions.
We, the majority, demand affordable health care.
We, the majority, demand freedom from hate-fueled bias and state-sanctioned violence.
We, the majority, demand a voice at the ballot box.
We are the majority – and we’re fighting back.
We cannot miss a beat as we continue building the kind of America we all deserve. We hope you will join the civil and human rights community in October and consider supporting The Leadership Conference as we push for a bold civil rights agenda in the months ahead.