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Moving Alabama Forward -- ACPP Policy Conference, Fri., Feb. 8, Auburn University Montgomery
You won't want to miss "Moving Alabama Forward," the 2013 ACPP Policy Conference, Fri., Feb. 8, at Auburn University Montgomery. This year's event comes at a particularly urgent and promising time for improving public policies that affect our most vulnerable neighbors. During opening week of the 2013 legislative session, the conference will highlight:
The registration deadline is Feb. 1. Get the registration brochure here.
2009 Health Care Access Conference
Knowledge, strategies & hope for a healthier Alabama -- A statewide conference presented by Arise Citizens' Policy Project, Alabama Appleseed and the Birmingham-Southern chapter of Alabama Arise and made possible by a generous grant from the Public Welfare Foundation.
The 2009 conference brochure describes the 20 breakout workshops, three plenary sessions and more.
2007 Poverty & Policy Conference
It's inspiring to know that nearly 400 Alabamians are willing to brave icy winds to spend a day envisioning a fairer Alabama! On Feb. 15, 2007, the second Poverty & Policy Conference filled Birmingham-Southern's Norton Campus Center with civic and church leaders, community advocates, educators, students, social workers and other hardy souls from around the state. This year's conference theme, "Let Justice Roll," echoed throughout the day in keynote addresses by Chief Justice Sue Bell Cobb, Anniston Star editor Bob Davis, and Birmingham Civil Rights Institute co-founded Odessa Woolfolk. Three breakout sessions offered a total of 24 workshops on topics ranging from Medicaid reform to affordable housing to environmental justice.
The 2007 conference brochure gives program details.
2005 Poverty & Policy Conference
ACPP's first-ever statewide Poverty & Policy Conference drew more than 480 participants to Birmingham-Southern College on Feb. 15, 2005. The all-day event brought together community activists, church leaders, state agency personnel, nationally recognized scholars and policy experts, and 160 college and university students from around the state. Their energy and insight offered new hope for the long haul.
The 2005 conference brochure describes the event's 24 workshops and featured speakers.