Saturday will be sunny. Monday may have some gloom. If we remain INDIVISIBLE we will all prevent doom.
Make some calls, send some postcards, get together with your neighbors, friends and allies and be Indivisible!
The Republican-dominated Senate is working toward a DREAM Act that they hope will meet the needs of the President. Democrats may be able to influence the outcome, but they cannot control the message.
The President wants a wall, and to pay for that, he wants to take the funds from health care, housing support, and other social welfare programs.
Make a call to our Senators. Make another. And do it now, because the deadline is March 5, and there’s no sign that the Republican President will extend that deadline. For more action on the Dream Act, read below.
We are just 265 days away from the November midterm elections. And while we’re all looking forward to that big blue wave, there’s still so much work to do to continue fighting the Administration’s agenda. With your help, we are building the political infrastructure needed to take back the House (and maybe the Senate!).
Our Sonoma County Indivisibles have been calling, registering voters, and sending postcards to remind people that this is an important election with important issues.
Want to help?
Send Postcards to CA1!
CA1 has asked us to help by sending postcards to voters. They’ve got a great set of instructions here.
Call CA 49 From Home Anytime
We are working very closely with CA 49 where Darrell Issa is their current Congressman. The "Flip the 49th" team has asked us to call from home to ask voters what issues matter to them, what is the level of support for Trump, and if they would be willing to volunteer.
You will need a computer or tablet that is connected to the Internet and a cell phone.
Send me an email for instructions and a script. Linda email@example.com
Not enough to get you started? Check out our Act To Win page to learn more about what Indivisible Sonoma County is doing.
The most disastrous infrastructure proposal. The budget. Food boxes. THE DREAM AND THE DREAMERS. Gen. Kelly. Corruption.
Just as the news never ends, our commitment to making a difference continues.
Pick up your phone and do it! Phone Scripts 2.15-18.2018
3. Events and Meetings
North Bay Organizing Project (https://www.facebook.com/NorthBayOrganizingProject/) is one of many Sonoma County groups involved in the Dreamers/DACA and immigration solutions. Among other things, they train people to become involved with a Rapid Response Network, and their next Legal Observer Training will be held at SSU on February 15 (http://northbayop.org/event/legal-observer-training-at-sonoma-state-university-2/). They have a Dreamers' march scheduled for March 5 starting at SRJC at noon, culminating with a rally at Old Courthouse Square at 1:00. Here's their website: http://northbayop.org/.
Rally for President’s Day Rule of Law
February 17, 2018 10-noon
It’s a good day to come out and make some noise, so join your neighbors and local politicians to insist on the Rule of Law - a challenge to the current administration!
Postcard Party for Working Folks
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
6:00 - 8:00 PM
Gloria Bealer Residence
RSVP for address: 707-292-5878
Gloria Bealer hosts postcard parties at her house on the 3rd Tues of every month from 6:00-8:00 for working folks.
Coffee, tea, and water provided. Please bring a small snack to share and please feel free to bring postcard making materials and stamps.
“What You Can Do Now!” with Dr. George Lakoff
Monday, February 26. 2018
6:30 - 8:00 PM
Petaluma Community Center
320 North McDowell Boulevard Petaluma, CA, 94954 United States (map)
Join us for this special conversation with preeminent cognitive linguist Dr. Lakoff, who will share his ideas about “What You Can Do Now!” and present a positive, proactive plan to address the needs and hopes of the American majority. Moderated by Tom Benthin and Robyn Arthur.
This event is sold out. Hosted by North Bay Coordinated Action and Indivisible Sonoma County.
MARCH 5 WALK-OUT for Immigration Reform
JOIN US in action for Immigration Reform! Permanent protections for DACA youth!
Keep TPS (Temporary Protected Status) for people affected by natural disasters and war in Haiti, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Honduras!
When: Monday, March 5, 2018, 12 Noon
Where: Gather at SRJC Bertolini Hall - March to Courthouse Square where we will be joined by Aztec Dancers, Speakers, Music
RSVP - firstname.lastname@example.org
More info - Facebook: “Dreamers Acción Day”
Sponsored by SRJC M.E.Ch.A., Comité VIDA, North Bay Jobs with Justice