History Advocacy Day in Wisconsin | Wisconsin Historical Society

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History Advocacy Day in Wisconsin

Calling All History Advocates!

History Advocacy Day in Wisconsin | Wisconsin Historical Society
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The sixth annual History Advocacy Day in Wisconsin will be held in person at the State Capitol during the spring of 2023. Check back for updates soon!

History advocates from around the state are invited to join the Society to thank lawmakers for their ongoing support of Wisconsin history and highlight the critical role that state and local history play in collecting, preserving, and sharing stories. Write a letter, make a call, or schedule a meeting to advocate for history in Wisconsin!

Your participation makes a tremendous impact. History advocates like you create enthusiasm and promote the need to preserve and share our stories from generation to generation. Over the past two years more than ever, history organizations have displayed resilience and ingenuity in continuing to connect the public with the past in new and innovative ways.

Help us thank our lawmakers for their past support of history and spread awareness of all that our organizations do throughout the entire state and in local communities!

Talking points and training will be provided by the Wisconsin Historical Society.

To find your representatives or learn more about the Wisconsin State Legislature, visit legis.wisconsin.gov

2022 Recap

The fifth annual History Advocacy Day in Wisconsin was held on February 23, 2022. At the event, 73 advocates met online with 78 legislators, including 28 state senators and 50 state representatives. See a listing of the 2022 support documents, below:

Have Questions?

For more information about advocating, please contact either: