CRLN members work with their legislators to create U.S. policies that work for peace and justice in our hemisphere. By advocating on behalf of the poor majorities in Latin America, CRLN members model active, engaged civic responsibility and call our government to accountability for its policies. Through their advocacy activities, CRLN members build democracy, both here and abroad.
Below are general resources on how to find your representative, what to say and do in a call or meeting, and how to follow-up on your meeting. If you have any other questions, feel free to call or email Celeste Larkin at (773) 293-2964 or email@example.com.
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