NCIL’s Virtual Hill Day will be on Tuesday, July 21, 2020.
On July 14, the Co-Chairs of several key NCIL Legislative and Advocacy Subcommittees hosted NCIL’s annual Policy Briefing to provide everyone with key information in preparation for the Virtual Hill visits.
Our Virtual Hill Day includes a fun, new virtual format for our Annual March! To participate, make a homemade sign with your message on it and send us a picture. You can use anything from poster board to a regular sheet of paper. Just make sure your text is BOLD so we can read your message. You can use any medium. Send your photo to firstname.lastname@example.org and include a short description of your photo (30 words or less). We’ll post the photos we receive on the NCIL Virtual March page.
Our Virtual Hill Day also includes a fun, new virtual format for our Annual Rally! We have an incredible line-up of members of Congress and advocates who will be providing remarks to inform and energize you before you head into your Hill meetings. You can tune in to the Rally at 11:00 a.m. Eastern at the NCIL Virtual Rally page. To allow for the greatest amount of flexibility around your meeting schedules, the Rally video will be archived and available throughout the conference. ASL interpretation and CART will be provided.
Advocacy Priorities & Talking Points
Each of NCIL’s Legislative & Advocacy Subcommittees have written up summaries of their key priorities and talking points to help prepare you for your Virtual Hill Visits!
Advocacy Priorities & Talking Points:
- Advocacy Priorities & Talking Points (PDF)
- Advocacy Priorities & Talking Points (Word)
- Advocacy Priorities & Talking Points (plain text)
- Advocacy Priorities & Talking Points (audio / mp3)
- Advocacy Priorities & Talking Points (text only)
As a reminder, the Virtual Day on the Hill is open to the public. We encourage everyone to join us for the Virtual March, Rally, and Hill Visits! This year’s Virtual Hill Visits have the potential to make a huge impact. Congress returns from recess on Monday, July 20, and our Virtual Hill Day will be a critical time to urge our members of Congress to take action and to prioritize the needs of their disabled constituents. We hope you will join us!