New Dates for December Religious Exemption Writing Workshops

A Voice for Choice Advocacy has added two more workshops this month.  Please sign up as soon as possible to guarantee a spot.  Please only sign up for the one you are sure to attend, and cancel your spot if your plans change.

When are the workshops and how does one register? Below are workshops for December.  More will be added until demand is met.  Click on the dates to register:

– Tuesday December 14, 7-9 PM PST

– Wednesday December 29, 2021 5-7 PM PST

Who should attend?  Anyone who has an employer or is attending a college/university actively requiring the COVID and/or flu vaccine.  The person attending must be the one who the religious exemption is for.  Attendance will be limited to 150 per workshop.  The first 15 who sign up will be active participants each and the other 135 will be participating observers.  Observers will be able to attend the workshop in listening mode, and will be able to go through the process of writing their religious exemption, but will not be able to get live feedback.  Christina is happy to review all attendees’ religious exemptions via email.

What is expected of attendees? You will be creating your own unique religious exemptions which include your own religious truths and no one else’s.  No templates will be provided.  You will be expected to actively participate and formulate your religious beliefs, under Christina’s direction.  Active participants (not observers) will share their exemption wording ideas during the workshop.  This information will remain confidential to the group.  Active participants will need to have a working camera, on at all times. 

Is there a charge for the workshops?  There is no charge for the workshops, but a donation of at least $25 to A Voice for Choice Advocacy would be appreciated. 

Our California state partner is the host of these workshops. Please reach out to A Voice for Choice Advocacy (info@avoiceforchoice.com) if you have any questions.

In Solidarity,

Stand for Health Freedom & A Voice for Choice Advocacy

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