Virtual Vigil for Democracy and Remembrance
Thursday, January 6, 2022
6:30 p.m.
– Online on Zoom or Facebook* (see below)

It’s been nearly one year since militants attacked our Capitol and tried to overturn the results of the 2020 election. We must not forget what happened — and we must demand action from our leaders to prevent another attack on our democracy

Missouri lawmakers return to Jefferson City on Jan. 5 to consider legislation that would undermine our democracy. Around the country, voting advocates are marking the one-year anniversary.

Here in Missouri, frigid forecasts have forced us to pivot multiple planned in-person Jan. 6 Vigils across the state to this Statewide Virtual Vigil at 6:30pm on Jan. 6. Join fellow voter advocates in this day of remembrance and learn how you can take action to protect our democracy.

*Sign up to join us on Zoom at:

*And tune in to the event live-streamed on our Facebook page at:


Minority Men’s Network, Working in our Community
Tuesday, January 112022
Noon-1 p.m.
On Zoom

Live event via Zoom

At this virtual presentation, you’ll get an update from Minority Men’s Network Vice President Fred Williams III and learn about the work this organization does to improve the lives of ethnic minorities through leadership and service. Co-sponsored by the Columbia Public Library.

Please register to receive a Zoom link for this online event. This program will be recorded for later viewing on our YouTube channel and will be available via our website tab “Videos”.


Fair Redistricting
Here is a link to resources about Legislative Redistricting in Missouri:


Medicaid Expansion

Now, more adults can get low-cost or FREE health insurance through Missouri Medicaid (called MO
HealthNet). Medicaid through MO HealthNet may be an option for you. This includes parents who have not qualified before, as well as childless adults.
For example, a single adult making up to $17,774 a year, or a family of 4 making up to $36,750 a year, may qualify for Medicaid through MO HealthNet.
Even if you tried to get Medicaid before and did not qualify, check again!
Call 1-855-373-4636.

About lwvcbc

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy. We never support or oppose any political party or candidate. Any person of voting age may become a League member. The LWV of Columbia-Boone County is the League's local organization. We hold forums for local elections and advocate for local issues.

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