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Founded by Quakers during the McCarthy period of the 50’s, the Friends Committee on Legislation of California (FCLCA) begins its 70th year of advocacy at the state level in 2021. Kevan Insko, FCLCA’s director, will briefly discuss some of FCLCA’s past work, particularly in the last few legislative sessions.
We’ll cover some of the key issues facing the Legislature this session and how FCLCA is working in coalitions to address the effects of the pandemic, as well as issues of racial justice, income inequality, and environmental crisis. We will also look at ways people can get involved in directly advocating with their legislators, bringing their own voice to the social policy debates that have a profound impact on the lives of Californians.
Kevan Insko has been on staff with FCLCA since 2009. Raised in Kentucky, she has lived in California since 1979. She is the mother of three newly minted adults, ages 18,19 and 19, who are embarking into this uncertain world at a time of enormous transformation. Her special areas of interest are children, families, worker and women’s issues, and ending poverty in California.
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