NARSOL conference 2021 on the horizon

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By Robin . . . Out of an abundance of caution and consideration for your health and safety, the national conference has been rescheduled for October 8-10, 2021.

The theme and location for the conference will not change, and we are excited about the line-up of speakers and presenters who have already committed to be with us in Houston, Texas this fall. More detailed information about our speakers will be forthcoming and made available to you on the conference website.

The national conference was originally scheduled for June 18-20, 2021. Please keep these dates on your calendar because the conference planning committee is already hard at work pulling together another NARSOL Live! webcasting event to fill the June time slot.

If you previously signed up for the national conference in Raleigh (cancelled in 2020 due to COVID), you will be automatically signed up for the rescheduled conference in Houston, October 8-10, 2021, provided that you did not previously opt for a refund of your conference registration fees.

It was a challenging decision to move the national conference from June to October, but we relied upon the best information available and feel hopeful that the trying circumstances of these past months will have subsided substantially enough to hold a successful and well-attended conference in Houston.

Conference registration will open soon and will be available on the conference website. Please keep in mind that booking rooms for lodging is separate from signing up for the conference, but you will have the option to do both once the link to the Houston Marriott South at Hobby Airport is re-established (suggest checking the conference website periodically to see).

NARSOL’s national conferences are exciting and rewarding for all who attend. There is simply no substitute for the opportunity to come together in fellowship and unity as we seek to strengthen ourselves and each other in our commitment to a society free from public shaming, dehumanizing registries, discrimination, and unconstitutional laws.

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