Please join us for our very first party in D.C. to support the Arkansas Public Policy Panel
The Panel is a progressive nonprofit located in Little Rock that serves the entire state of Arkansas. It is dedicated to achieving social and economic justice by organizing citizen groups around the state, and then educating and supporting them to be more effective on issues including education, the environment, healthcare, mental health, LGBT discrimination, and prison reform.
Veteran Arkansas journalist Ernie Dumas, will speak on the state of progressive issues in Arkansas.
Thursday, October 15th • 6:00 to 8:30 p.m.
Cocktails & Hors D’oeuvres
at the home of Jim Gray & Henry Louie
Washington, D.C. 20012
Co-hosted by: Ernest Green, Rodney Slater, Bill Bumpers, Brent Bumpers, Alejandro Aviles & Will Griffith, Jay Barth & Chuck Cliett, Elisabeth Wright Burak, Meredith Cabe, Martha Chowning & Jonathan Groff, Nate Coulter, Sherry Curry & Grainger Ledbetter, Campbell, Mary, & Jeffrey Curry-Ledbetter, Nealon DeVore, Jeff Dutton & Kei Koizumi, Jim Gray & Henry Louie, Martyn Griffen, Leif Kindberg & Mary Chang, Susan & Ron May, Snow Ledbetter Moen & Chris Moen, Beth Rule Nyhus, Ann Pincus, Clark Ray & Aubrey Dubra, Anne Farris Rosen & Perry Rosen, Mike Schwartz, Steve Strauss, Brock Thompson, Jennifer Thompson, and Jay Youngdahl
Please RSVP below by October 12th, or to Caitlin@arpanel.org