Lift Your Voice at the Equal Voice Alabama (EVA) Birmingham Town Hall on February 22nd!



We are building a movement of working families to address the issues that working families consider most important. Why? We believe that the pathway to a better quality of life does not start in Washington, D.C., but starts in your community, home, and most of all, in you, your heart, your mind, and your imagination.

 We believe that ultimately, you hold the power needed to improve your communities.  We encourage you to recognize the power of your vision, and to speak your vision to the world. Please join us in making the needs of working families a national priority.

What are your concerns?  Child Care?  Jobs? Health Care? 

Retirement Security? Quality Education?

 Join us and let your voice be heard!

Equal Voice Auburn Town Hall Meeting

Feb. 22nd at First United Presbyterian Church of Forestdale, 1375 Tomahawk Rd, Birmingham, AL from 9:30am-2:00pm

Register Below:

Birmingham Town Hall Registration


Check out coverage of the Equal Voice Alabama Auburn Town Hall in the Opelika/Auburn News: EVA Auburn Town Hall Article

Check out TV coverage from WTVM-ABC of our Equal Voice Auburn Town Hall!

Check out the coverage of our Equal Voice Alabama launch by the Montgomery Advertiser: EVA Launch Montgomery Advertiser Article II

Contact the FOCAL office to schedule a Town Hall in your area or for more information on how you can become a partner or participant. Phone: 334-262-3456  Email:

Mobile Community Meeting 2-15-14

Pictured is Melody Patterson, an Equal Voice Alabama (EVA) Family Engagement Fellow, who is facilitating a community meeting held on Saturday, February 15th at Tillman’s Corner Community Center in Mobile. This was a phenomenal meeting!

There were 95 leaders present…church leaders, community leaders, elected officials, and heads of organizations. There were blacks, whites, Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, Jews, Asians, Hispanics, males and females present.

The participants discussed the issues impacting their communities and what they can each do to make a difference. The consensus at the end, what that the discussion had to continue. Their number one priority was violence, the second being jobs.

Look out for the upcoming Equal Voice Town Hall at High Point Baptist Church in Mobile on March 29th!


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