Salina Resistance: Town Hall Meeting

The Salina Resistance hosts:
People’s Town Hall
June 1st 7:00 pm to Ambassador Hotel, Salina, KS
1616 W. Crawford, Salina, KS
Congress members invited but have not yet accepted
The people’s organization Salina Resistance has renewed its invitation to the Kansas Congressional delegation, including Representative Roger Marshall, Senator Jerry Moran, and Senator Pat Roberts, for their People’s Town Hall.  The event, held during their Congressional District Work Period, will be held Thursday, June 1, 7:00 p.m., at the Ambassador Hotel, 1616 W Crawford, Salina. Indivisible is inviting constituents, wherever they live in Kansas, to come and let their members of Congress know their wishes and demands.
Thus far, none of the Congress members has agreed to attend, even at this time when critical issues are being decided far from the people they represent. Three chairs will nonetheless be reserved for the members, and a record of their constituents’ wishes as expressed at the town hall will be made available to them. 
An open microphone will insure opportunities for anyone to speak, each with a 4-minute time limit.  Some constituents already plan more creative statements of their concern, including music, poetry, art graphics, and others. 
Anticipated topics include, among others, health care; education; military buildup and costs; agriculture; climate; women’s rights; non-discrimination; economic justice; racial, ethnic, religious diversity; and immigration. Estimated time frame is 7:00-9:00 p.m.
For more information:

Priti Gulati Cox



June 01, 2017 at 7:00pm - 9pm
Ambassador Hotel
1616 W Crawford
Salina, KS 67401
United States
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Priti Gulati Cox · 785-577-9561
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