PITTSBURG - The American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas will host an activist update and training in Pittsburg on Monday, Nov. 13. The event is part of the Kansas Coalition for Citizen Participation’s statewide 'We the People' training tour. The tour will take place in thirteen counties across Kansas throughout early November to give concerned citizens the tools they need to increase citizen participation in our elections.

Citizen participation is the cornerstone to a healthy democracy, which is why it's crucial that we take proactive measures to expand opportunities for Kansans across the state to have a voice and a vote in our elections. The 'We the People' training will equip passionate Kansans with an understanding of current barriers to voting and explain ways they can work within their communities to make our democracy more accessible to all people in Kansas.

WHAT: ACLU of Kansas We the People Training Tour

WHO: Featuring ACLU Staff

WHEN: November 13, 5:30 - 6:30pm

WHERE: Pittsburg Public Library - 308 N. Walnut Pittsburg, KS 66762

Members of the public who wish to RSVP for the event should RSVP at https://go.peoplepower.org/event/action_attend/10727

The full 'We the People' tour schedule is available here: https://www.aclukansas.org/en/news/aclu-kansas-embarking-13-city-training-tour

About the ACLU of Kansas: The ACLU of Kansas is the statewide affiliate of the national American Civil Liberties Union. The ACLU of Kansas is dedicated to preserving and advancing the civil rights and legal freedoms guaranteed by the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights. For more information, visit our website at www.aclukansas.org.