Raleigh Parish to Present Advocacy Training

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RALEIGH, N. C. — The Franciscan Coalition for Justice and Peace at St. Francis of Assisi parish here is presenting a two-day advocacy training the weekend of Sept. 26.

The program is aimed at both beginners and seasoned advocates, according to the program flyer.

Speakers at the event are Russell Testa, director of HNP’s Office of Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation and executive director of the Franciscan Action Network, and Margaret Mary Kimmins of Bread for the World.

Information about the program is available from Joseph Wolyniak, advocacy coordinator, at 919-847-8205. 

In February, the Franciscan Coalition, led by Megan Nerz, will present a comprehensive hunger crisis conference, “Hunger No More”