Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, 616 N. Highland Avenue • John Knox Room
February 20, 2020
Every person counts and should be counted!
Our religious traditions insist that every person counts. It is our job as spiritual leaders to make sure that every person is counted.
- Interfaith teachings about the value of every person
- Presentations by civic leaders on the ins and outs of how Census 2020 will work
- Important information about why all of us care about a complete count in Southwest PA
- Ways your community members can mobilize through part-time jobs
- Ample time to be in conversation with colleagues
RSVP by February 18 at https://www.casp.org/census
For more information:
Rev. Liddy Barlow, Christian Associates of Southwest PA – [email protected]
Rabbi Ron Symons, JCC Center for Loving Kindness – [email protected]
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