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Modern Family: Happy Endings

On July 19, 2017, Steve Zeidman and I finalized the adoption of our 10-year old son, Tristan. Undoubtedly, it was one of the happiest days of our lives.  Our journey to parenthood would not be possible without the unwavering commitment and professionalism of those who championed us throughout the process at Arizona’s Children Association (AZCA), […]

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What a time we live in – 3/27 Weekly Legislative Update

March 27, 2017  Legislative Update What looks to be the last of the 2017 House and Senate committee meetings are being held early this week. Bills that pass in committee will be heard again by each chamber, debated, voted on, and, ultimately, could be signed into law. The budget is the last big hurdle on […]

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Vote No On The “Nuclear Option”

We have one day left to contact our U.S. Senators to vote no on Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court. Copy and paste the letter below and send to both email address in one email! Pablo_Carrillo@mccain.senate.gov Chandler_Morse@flake.senate.gov ________________________________________________________________________________ Dear Senators McCain and Flake: Please Vote No On Gorsuch; Vote No On The “Nuclear […]

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Night at the Theatre

October 11, 2017, 6:00pm - October 11, 2017, 10:00pm

We are thrilled to announce Center for Neighborhood Leadership's Fourth Annual Celebration, Night at the Theatre!! After a few years of careful cultivation down on the farm, we are moving our gala to the Herberger Theater Center for a night to honor the community leaders who have helped grow - and have been grown by - CNL, while we look forward to the exciting work ahead of us. CNL is led by community organizers who created CNL’s programs based on their personal experience with injustice in the immigration, criminal justice, and education systems. CNL’s principal programs are Ignite and Caminos. Ignite, the youth-led program, has mobilized high school students and voters to raise over $480 million in public school funding, successfully advocated to stop education funding cuts that would have closed four Phoenix Union High Schools, and currently fights criminalization in schools. Caminos, which is led by undocumented and DACA-mented women of color, trains residents to defend their civil rights against immigration enforcement, and seeks to end collaboration between police and ICE. --------------- Founded in 2013, Center for Neighborhood Leadership (CNL), a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, filled a missing piece in the social justice movement in Arizona by focusing on leadership development, systems change, and local public policy. CNL provides curriculum and support for the transformation of people impacted by systemic injustice into agents of change who use their experience to drive community-developed public policy and strengthen their communities through civic participation. #NATT17 To reserve your table, please visit our event website: www.sponseasy.com/p/night-at-the-theater

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