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Museums Advocacy Day 2020

February 24 - February 25

Museums Advocacy Day

Museums Advocacy Day 2020 – Feb. 24-25

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Washington Plaza Hotel
10 Thomas Circle NW
Washington, DC 20005

Museums Advocacy Day is a unique opportunity to join with fellow museum professionals and supporters to make the case for museums. Together as a field, we’ve defeated several threats to eliminate federal agencies supporting museums, but we must keep making our case to Congress. Legislators do not know how their decisions affect museums if they don’t hear directly from you—the museums and people they represent. The resources and insights you’ll gain as a participant will help sustain your museum’s future and the future of the field. Join us February 24-25 on Capitol Hill and be a part of our collective movement.

Constituents are the best advocates. As a constituent, you are in the best position to create lasting change. Constituent visits have a greater influence on legislators than any other group or strategy. It’s up to you to make the case for museums to Congress and tell your story of why museums are important to you and your community. Being an engaged constituent is your advocacy super-power! Museums Advocacy Day is inspiring, energizing and impactful. Unite with museum colleagues from across the country as one voice to reaffirm our value, collective contributions, and aspirations. Get the information and insights you need to effectively speak up for museums.

Museums Advocacy Day is a unique opportunity.

Network with peers from your region, hear from federal agency and nonprofit leaders and build your own professional skills. Gain advocacy strategies and techniques you can use on Capitol Hill, with your city council and state legislators, with local and regional funders, and to advocate for yourself throughout your career.
Each year the robust Program is updated to educate and inspire both new and returning advocates.
Get timely, insider information from policy leaders and the tools and information you need to be a successful advocate for museums on Capitol Hill. Whether you are a new or seasoned advocate, you will get all the preparation you need to effectively make the case for museums in 2020 – on Capitol Hill, and with your state and local elected officials. You then get to put the skills and insights you gain on Monday to use the very next day! View the 2019 program.
Thank You Supporters!
Museums Advocacy Day would not be possible without broad, field-wide support. See the 2020 Supporters and become a 2020 Supporter today.

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Details

Start:
February 24
End:
February 25

Venue

Washington, DC
Washington, DC 03801 United States + Google Map
Website:
https://asalh.org/annual-black-history-luncheon/featured-authors-event/

The Association of African American Museums is excited to open nominations for its 2020 Board Member Nominations. Help identify remarkable members of our field who have a sole interest in increasing AAAM’s mission and legacy.