Fully Informed Jury Association

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Volunteer | 18 May 2011

Outreach Opportunities- North Carolina, Illinois


As we are having more requests come in for help in connecting activists with one another, we will likely be posting about these outreach opportunities roughly weekly. If you would like us to announce a call to activists in your area for outreach efforts you are coordinating, please e-mail us with the relevant information and we will help get the word out.

We would like to let you know about a new effort being organized in North Carolina and two current jury education outreach opportunities in Illinois. If you are able to support any of these efforts, we would all greatly appreciate your participation.

Alamance County Courthouse, NC
Hal Noyes would like to distribute FIJA literature near the Alamance County Courthouse and is looking for others to join him. If you are able to join him in this effort, please contact Hal at hal.noyes@gmail.com or (919) 475-3378.

Rock Island County Courthouse, IL
Nancy Brandt and other activists are currently handing out literature near the Scott County Courthouse in Iowa. Nancy is looking for volunteers to help hand out FIJA literature Monday mornings at the Rock Island County Courthouse in Illinois just a few minutes away over the Mississippi River. If you are able to help out, please contact Nancy Brandt directly at nbrandt@theinter.com for details.

Crawford County Courthouse, IL
There is a need for independent activism to educate the jury pool of this entire county. Activists could begin by passing out literature according to FIJA guidelines at the Crawford County Courthouse in Illinois beginning immediately and running through the month of June. You may also want to participate by handing out literature elsewhere in the area, by calling in to local talk radio shows, by writing guest editorials or letters to the editor for local publications, and so on. We do not have a coordinator for this outreach activity. The Crawford County Courthouse is located at 1 Court Street; Robinson, IL.

FIJA brochures in .pdf format can be downloaded free from our online Library to print copies for your use, or you may order printed copies from our Media Catalog.

We encourage all FIJA activists to read and abide by our guidelines for distributing literature. (.pdf)

Thank you for all you do to support FIJA and our educational efforts.