Join Us for ADA's Convention & Banquet
We at ADA need your input and voice at our upcoming convention to help direct our mission and direction. Come learn about the new cutting edge technologies that will empower our legacy of action into the 21st century.
June 10, 2010 - We'll be at the Capitol Visitors Center on Capitol Hill where we have invited Progressive Members of Congress to share their views with us. We will host an important panel to examine the important issue of health care in all its important dimensions. We will also host prominent policy experts on critical issues like jobs, financial reform and climate change.
June 11, 2010 - We'll meet at the National Headquarters of the National Education Association, the nation's largest union, to decide the issues and priorities of the organization for the next two years. We'll also meet with organizers from our Working Families Win project, who are organizing thousands of community activists all over the nation and learn what everyday citizens are concerned about. We will elect our organization's leaders for 2010 and 2011 and we will celebrate important movement leaders at our biannual banquet.
June 12, 2010 - We will conclude at the NEA by finalizing our policy proposals and setting our priorities for the 2010 election and the next two years and send our activists back to the grassroots armed with information, organizational connections, and revitalized for the work ahead of us.
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Speakers include Rep. Jim McDermott, Rep. Jerry Nadler and the President of the Commonwealth Fund, Karen Davis…. More to be announced!
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