Movie Night -- American Revolutionary
May
24
6:30 PM18:30

Movie Night -- American Revolutionary

Sponsored by the Women's Rights Team, Indivisible Women of Nevada County

The Open Book

671 Maltman Dr, Grass Valley, California 95945

In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the women's rights team of IWNC is screening American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs by filmmaker Grace Lee. According to PBS, "Grace Lee Boggs, 98, is a Chinese American philosopher, writer and activist in Detroit with a thick FBI file and a surprising vision of what an American revolution can be. Rooted in 75 years of the labor, civil rights and Black Power movements, she continually challenges a new generation to throw off old assumptions, think creatively and redefine revolution for our times. 

"As Angela Davis, an icon of the 1960s Black Power movement, puts it, 'Grace has made more contributions to the black struggle than most black people have.' Boggs' approach is radical in its simplicity and clarity: Revolution is not an act of aggression or merely a protest. Revolution, Boggs says, 'is about something deeper within the human experience -- the ability to transform oneself and transform the world.'"

This is a collaboration with POV, PBS' award-winning nonfiction film series. http://www.pbs.org/pov/. Please join us to learn more about this fascinating and influential woman you've (probably) never heard of.
This event is free. Donations accepted. This is an IWNC co-ed event. Refreshments will be available for a small fee. Appropriate for all ages.
Here's a link to the trailer.
http://americanrevolutionaryfilm.com/

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May
8
11:30 AM11:30

Local Resist Trump/La Malfa Tuesdays

Locals gather for Resist Trump/LaMalfa Tuesdays every week from 11:30 am-12:30 pm at the corner of Bell and Hwy 49 (by Target in Auburn). Can you join this week? Signs should be large and easy to read for passing cars.

The Trump Administration announced plans to open offshore oil drilling leases in six locations stretched along the California coast. State bills SB 834 and AB 1775 will discourage drilling by making it harder for offshore oil to be processed.

Article: https://ww2.kqed.org/…/trump-plans-to-open-california-coas…/

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Resist Trump/LaMalfa Tuesdays
May
8
7:30 AM07:30

Resist Trump/LaMalfa Tuesdays

EVERY TUESDAY - Resist Trump/LaMalfa Tuesdays
Complete information from Indivisible Auburn

AUBURN, OROVILLE, REDDING, ROSEVILLE

  • Weekly rallies at Bell Road & Hwy 49 in Auburn (near LaMalfa’s office)
  • Weekly rallies at LaMalfa’s Oroville District office
  • Weekly rallies at LaMalfa’s Redding District office

to educate and inform the public and help our Representative to hear our concerns.

  1. Auburn: 7:30am - 8:30am every Tuesday,
    Corner of Bell Road & Hwy 49, Auburn
    contact: Scott Johnson 530-878-1566

  2. Redding: 10am - 11am every Tuesday,
    LaMalfa’s Redding Office, 2885 Churn Creek Rd, Redding

  3. Oroville: 3pm - 4pm every Tuesday,
    LaMalfa’s Oroville Office, 2862 Olive Hwy, Oroville


If you are in McClintock's District 4: noon to 1 pm protest on the CORNER OF DOUGLAS BLVD and EUREKA ROAD.  Lots of traffic at this busy intersection during the lunch hour.  We're still doing our Tuesday Resist events at McClintock's office, so see you there!

Meeting with Staff at Rep. Tom McClintock's office in Roseville: Please contact Luann Welborn 530-367-1231 or lwbldr@aol.com to reserve your place in a constituent meeting. Luann will schedule the meeting when she has enough people contact her who are willing to participate. When meeting with Congressional staff please bring a letter to the congress member with your concerns about pending legislation and asking for a reply. A Tuesday morning meeting prior to the Resist Tuesday weekly event in front of his office is a possible time for this to take place. Limit 6 total attendees per meeting. She is working on a face-to-face meeting with McClintock himself.

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Vote Loud, Speakeasy - Fundraiser for the League of Women Voters
May
7
5:00 PM17:00

Vote Loud, Speakeasy - Fundraiser for the League of Women Voters

Sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Western Nevada County

Ballots drop in Nevada County on Monday, May 7, a perfect reason to celebrate and support the League of Women Voters of Western Nevada County! See you at the Golden Era from 5 - 8pm

Golden Era Cocktail Lounge 309 Broad Street, Nevada City

Join the League of Women Voters of Western Nevada County for a Spirited Fundraiser!

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Bagels and Ballots
May
6
11:00 AM11:00

Bagels and Ballots

Sponsored by Indivisible Women of Nevada County and the Peace & Justice Center

Best Western Conference Center, 972 Sutton Way, Grass Valley

Sample ballots for the June 5th California Primary come out next week. Join us to learn more about the issues and candidates in this election. Sample ballots will be provided.

RSVP to Itara O'Connell at to.itara@gmail.com or via FaceBook

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Friday Freeway Banner Protest
May
4
4:30 PM16:30

Friday Freeway Banner Protest

Hosted by Indivisible Auburn, Ca

Each Friday afternoon we will post banners on overpasses to inform eastbound drivers.  We will gather by the Bell road overpass at 4:30, west of the freeway and north of Bell Road (across Bell Road from the park-and-ride).  Rain or strong winds may cause us to cancel.

We want to wake people up with fresh messages.  So each week we'll need help creating new banners for that Friday's message.  Contact Al  (text:  530-305-8258) if you want to be one of the elves who make the banners.

Full information at: https://www.facebook.com/events/256442998152810/

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Election Forum: Nevada County Sheriff
Apr
26
6:45 PM18:45

Election Forum: Nevada County Sheriff

Hosted by League of Women Voters of Western Nevada County

Eric Rood Center 950 Maidu Ave, Nevada City, California 95959

This week:

Election Forum: Nevada County Sheriff

Former Grass Valley Police Chief John Foster, sheriff's Capt. Shannan Moon and sheriff's Executive Lt. Bill Smethers are running for Nevada County sheriff. Incumbent Keith Royal isn't running for re-election.

Would you like to know local candidates a little better before election time? Join us each Thursday in April at 7:00pm for our Election Forum Series. We’ll also be offering a brief presentation on recent changes to county voting structure, including the Voters Choice Act, at 6:45 each evening. See you there!

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Movie Night - Women's Rights (co-ed)
Apr
26
6:30 PM18:30

Movie Night - Women's Rights (co-ed)

The Open Book

671 Maltman Dr, Grass Valley, California 95945

In recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, The Women's Rights team is screening the film "The Hunting Ground" about rape and sexual assault on college campuses. This film is a "must-see" for those attending college, those who will attend college, and family members of college students. It is only through awareness that we can create change. A representative from Communities Beyond Violence will be in attendance.

This is a co-ed event. Appropriate for teens with parents. FREE admission. Donations accepted to cover room rental costs.

The Open Book Bookstore (530) 273-4002

info@theopenbookgv.com

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Nevada County Democrats Annual Gala Fundraiser
Apr
21
5:00 PM17:00

Nevada County Democrats Annual Gala Fundraiser

Celebrate the Blue Wave that is coming. Join like-minded people.

Guest Speaker Democratic State Controller Betty Yee.  Buy tickets to the Blue Wave. Dinner and Music Provided. Nevada City Elks Lodge, 518 Hwy 49 right near the Rood Center county administrative offices. Sixty dollars, Dinner and Music

Buy tickets at: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/wave2018

Or send to: 15320 Wolf Ridge Rd, Grass Valley, CA 95949

For Questions or more Information call Joanne Bodine: 916-801-0471

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Election Forum: Nevada County Board of Supervisors, District 3
Apr
19
6:45 PM18:45

Election Forum: Nevada County Board of Supervisors, District 3

Hosted by League of Women Voters of Western Nevada County

Every Thursday in April

Eric Rood Center 950 Maidu Ave, Nevada City, California 95959

This week:

Election Forum: Nevada County Board of Supervisors, District 3

Would you like to know local candidates a little better before election time? Join us each Thursday in April at 7:00pm for our Election Forum Series. We’ll also be offering a brief presentation on recent changes to county voting structure, including the Voters Choice Act, at 6:45 each evening. See you there!

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Food and Farming Candidate Forum
Apr
17
6:30 PM18:30

Food and Farming Candidate Forum

Sponsored by The Food Policy Council of Nevada County

At the Historic Nevada Theatre 401 Broad St, Nevada City, CA 95959

From 6:30-8:30. This forum will host Congressional District 1 Candidates: Audrey Denney, Marty Walters, Jessica Holcombe, Lewis Elbinger, and also Board of Supervisor Candidates: Sue Hoek, Dan Miller and Hilary Hodge.

Come one and all and utilize your vote to increase the demand, supply and access to local, community-based, fair, ecologically sound and humane foods to our county – Learn more about our candidates running for office and their views on our local food and farming economy.

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Call to Action Against the NRA
Apr
14
5:00 PM17:00

Call to Action Against the NRA

Sponsored by Indivisible Women of Nevada County

Nevada County Fairgrounds

11228 McCourtney Rd, Grass Valley, CA 95949

The NRA will hold a fundraiser on April 14th. We will hold a protest!

Bring your signs and torches! Bring your family and friends! Bring your voices and your bodies!

Given the deaths caused by this organization, and the stranglehold this organization has on our politicians, it's really time to stand up! NO MORE GUN DEATHS

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March for Science Sacramento April 14, 2018
Apr
14
10:30 AM10:30

March for Science Sacramento April 14, 2018

In 2017, more than one million people around the world gathered together in the largest event for science advocacy in history.  In 2018, we unite again to hold our elected and appointed officials responsible for enacting equitable evidence-based policies that serve all communities and science for the common good.

Please RSVP at marchforscience.com/RSVP and let your representatives know you'll be joining us on April 14!

March for Science Sacramento 2018

April 14, 2018 • 10:30 AM

California Capitol - West Steps, 1315 10th St., Sacramento, CA 94814

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Election Forum: House of Representatives, CA-01
Apr
12
6:45 PM18:45

Election Forum: House of Representatives, CA-01

Hosted by League of Women Voters of Western Nevada County

Every Thursday in April

Eric Rood Center 950 Maidu Ave, Nevada City, California 95959

This week:

Election Forum: House of Representatives, California District 1

Would you like to know local candidates a little better before election time? Join us each Thursday in April at 7:00pm for our Election Forum Series. We’ll also be offering a brief presentation on recent changes to county voting structure at 6:45 each evening. See you there!

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Indivisible Women Gather Up:  Environmental Action
Apr
8
1:00 PM13:00

Indivisible Women Gather Up: Environmental Action

Come join the Environmental Action Team for the April Indivisible Women Nevada County Gather Up.

In honor of Earth Day, we will spend Sunday, April 8th, discussing a number of environmental issues that affect our community that we can take direct action on.

There will be childcare available for ages 3-12 years.
This event has been created by women and is for women only.

This event is being co-sponsored by the Peace & Justice Center Nevada County

Foothills Events Center

400 Idaho Maryland Rd, Grass Valley, CA 95945

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Spring Into Action Progressive Volunteer Rally
Apr
7
10:30 AM10:30

Spring Into Action Progressive Volunteer Rally

Saturday, April 7, 2018 from 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Get Inspired, Get Trained, and Make a Difference!

Elks Lodge, 109 South School Street, Grass Valley, CA 95945

We are delighted to announce that Kimberly Ellis, progressive activist and former Executive Director of Emerge California is coming to Grass Valley to kick off our progressive volunteer rally and mobilization for the Hilary Hodge for Supervisor campaign and the June 5th election! 

You will directly impact local voters with same-day volunteer opportunities, including door-to-door canvassing, phone banking, post-card writing and even sign-waving in downtown Grass Valley! Training provided in a small-group format - choose the activity that works best for you!

SPACE IS LIMITED: Reserve your spot with a free General Admission ticket today!

  • Please contact volunteer@hilaryhodgeforsupervisor.com to sponsor or help with this event.
  • NO PARKING LOT is available at the Grass Valley Lodge. We encourage folks to organize carpools and to allow plenty of time for parking. 

 

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Candidate Forum
Mar
11
1:00 PM13:00

Candidate Forum

Hosted by Indivisible Women of Nevada County for the women of Nevada County

The Foothills Event Center

400 Idaho Maryland Rd, Grass Valley, California 95945

The panel discussion will focus on issues of particular importance to the IWNC community. This will be the March gather up, held at the Foothill Events Center from 1-4 pm. More details coming soon! The event is for women and those who identify as women.

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International Women’s Day
Mar
10
1:00 PM13:00

International Women’s Day

Rally and March for Women's Rights

Capitol Mall, Sacramento, CA 95814, United States

PROTECT MOTHER EARTH !
Our Mother Earth has been under attack by the Oil industry, fracking, and the over consumption of plastics.

PROTECT NATIVE WOMEN !
"On some reservations, Native women are murdered at more than 10 times the national average." Native women go missing at an alarming rate, and not reported. This must end now! Native Women Lives Matter ! https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/news/native-news/missing-and-murdered-no-one-knows-how-many-native-women-have-disappeared/

STOP SEXUAL HARASSMENT !
Every human being must be respected. Respecting women means protecting children, respecting LGBTQ, means respecting families, and community.

STOP BULLYING !
Its a community responsibility to ACT NOW !
STOP punishing children for not having lunch money!
Your Children, Our Children we are a community !

STOP SEXUAL ASSAULT ON FARMWORKER WOMEN
Women and children pick the fruits and vegetables we eat everyday. Protecting their rights is just as important as fighting for our own! This includes all women of the world.

STOP FUELING THE HOMELESS CRISIS
Put an end to criminalizing the homeless, and corporations who profit off of them. End this cruelty Now !

STOP FREEZING SB 562
Healthcare For All means healthy families. Stop the senseless suffering of people.

STOP FUELING REFUGEES CRISIS
War must end now for all living things.

Email: lclaaasacramentochapter.com.
Free Admission
Kid Friendly

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Meet Audrey Denney
Feb
26
1:30 PM13:30

Meet Audrey Denney

Meet and Greet with Audrey Denney, Candidate for Congress from California's First District

Sponsored by Indivisible Women of Nevada County

February 26, 2018  1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Madelyn Helling Library

980 Helling Way, Nevada City, CA 95959

Come meet the newest candidate to join the race to unseat LaMalfa!

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Listening Cafe
Feb
22
6:30 PM18:30

Listening Cafe

Listening event based on LivingRoomConversations.org

Sponsored by Indivisible Women of Nevada County

Valentina's Organic Bistro and Bakery

841 Sutton Way, Grass Valley, California 95945

Note new time for this event open to women and men.

Listening Cafes offer a place for people with different social and political views to come together to speak safely and listen closely to each other. In these conversations, we leave behind debate, judgment, and even the temptation to persuade. The intention is to learn where we have different opinions and shared interests, intentions, or goals.

Wondering if this is for you? If you can agree to the following Conversation Guidelines, we can almost promise that you will have a productive, insightful conversation!

Be curious and open to learning.
Show respect and suspend judgment.
Find common ground and appreciate differences.
Be authentic and welcome that from others.
Be purposeful and to the point.
Own and guide the conversation.

Explore the format and topics on http://www.livingroomconversations.org/
Hosted by the Indivisible Women of Nevada County Reaching Across the Aisle/Living Room Conversations Team.
Contact Marilyn Nyborg or Sushila Mertens on Facebook

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Voter Engagement Training
Feb
17
8:30 AM08:30

Voter Engagement Training

Sponsored by the Nevada County Democratic Central Committee

Saturday, February 17th at 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Grass Valley Veterans Memorial Building

255 South Auburn St, Grass Valley, CA 95945

You've seen the damage that Republicans in government can do - all the way from the White House to the City Council. Are you ready to get serious about changing it?
The key to electoral success is direct voter contact - talking to our neighbors face to face. Our friends in Siskiyou County, with the help of funding from Tom Steyer's NextGen grant, have developed an impressive program of voter engagement in their area and are traveling across CD-1 to teach others their model.
We're bringing it to Grass Valley on February 17th!
It will be an all day training, starting at 8:30 and ending about 4:30 and will include two hours of door to door campaigning.
You will learn skills to make you more confident in campaign canvassing and precinct organizing. This will be one of the most important events of our campaign year and we hope to see lots of you there. Lets do this!

NextGen America:   https://nextgenamerica.org

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IWNC Gather Up!
Feb
11
1:00 PM13:00

IWNC Gather Up!

Miners Foundry Cultural Center

325 Spring St, Nevada City, CA 95959

IWNC's February Gather Up will be this Sunday, February 11th at the Miners Foundry in Nevada City.  This month's event is being created by the IWNC Racial Justice team and is perfectly timed during the Season of Nonviolence (Jan 31 - Apr 4)

Celebrating Women of Color

Join us this Sunday for our February Gather Up which is being hosted by the IWNC Racial Justice Team. Our gathering will focus on the history of racial justice in our communities and across our nation. The session will be full of information, action, networking and support in addition to:

Nisenan Indian culture and our shared history
Sheroes of the Civil Rights Movement
Slavery & Racism - Past & Present
Networking & Support

Childcare will be provided.  We look forward to welcoming you on Sunday.  
Text the word JOIN to 530-379-2174 to receive our texts.

In addition to the programming from the IWNC Racial Justice team, we'll have information tables from these IWNC groups:

-Living Room Conversations
-Healthcare
-Immigration Action Alliance
-Environmental Action
-Women’s Rights
-Racial Justice

PLUS candidates and representatives from these women candidates:

-Shannan Moon, Nevada County Sheriff
-Hilary Hodge, Nevada County Supervisor
-Jessica Holcombe, CD01 House of Representatives
-Marty Walters, CD01 House of Representatives
-Audrey Dennys, CD01 House of Representatives
 

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Homelessness in Nevada County
Feb
6
5:30 PM17:30

Homelessness in Nevada County

First Tuesday Educational Forum

Topic: Homelessness in Nevada County

Sponsored by Nevada County Democrats www.nevadacountydemocrats.com

Peace Lutheran Church, 828 West Main Street, Grass Valley, CA

Please join us for a forum on homelessness in Nevada County. We will have presentations from A Place to Call Home, Hospitality House, Sierra Roots, and Nevada County Health & Human Services on the work they are doing in the community to address this issue, and to find lasting solutions.

Pizza and salad will be served at 5:30 pm.  Beverages available.  Presentation starts at 6:00 pm.

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The People's Candidate Town Hall
Jan
27
1:00 PM13:00

The People's Candidate Town Hall

#PowerToThePolls CD1

Hosted by Women's March Chico and Our Revolution Chico

Chico Women's Club

592 E 3rd St (3rd and Pine), Chico, California 95928

Join us on Saturday, January 27th, from 1pm-4pm at the Chico Women’s Club (592 E. 3rd St, Chico) for a town hall-style meeting to meet the current candidates running against Congressman Doug LaMalfa.

Candidates:
Audrey Denney
Jessica Holcombe
Lewis Elbinger
Marty Walters

Co-Moderators:
Dave Waddell & Sonia Aery

Dave is a professor emeritus in the Chico State Department of Journalism. He worked for 20 years for daily newspapers before joining the CSUC faculty. For 15 years, Dave served as an adviser to the award-winning student newspaper, The Orion. Waddell was twice honored by Chico State for his diversity recruitment efforts and is now focusing on investigative reporting as ChicoSol's news director.

Sonia Aery has been working on economic development and financial security issues in Northern CA for the past ten years. Sonia was born in Chico and grew up in Yuba City. She has a degree in Community & Regional Development from UC Davis and a Masters in City & Regional Planning from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. She is the owner and principal of the Allstate Insurance: Sonia Aery Agency.

We hope to facilitate a town hall where the people can ask real questions and properly vet the candidates. We can replace LaMalfa in 2018, but we need to know the candidates and choose someone that represents our communities and we can truly say IS "ONE OF US!"

Light refreshments will be provided, or you can bring your own. This event is not sponsored by any political party and is entirely a grassroots effort by local progressive communities demanding action.

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(Larry Jordan was invited but did not respond)

This event will be live-streamed, but we invite all those that can come in person to please do so! Volunteers are also needed. If interested please email team@ourrevchico.com or call (530) 429-3033
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Jan
20
10:00 AM10:00

Women's March Sacramento

Southside Park & California State Capitol

The mission of Women’s March Sacramento is to harness the political power of diverse women and their communities to create transformative social change. Women's March Sacramento is a women-led movement providing intersectional activism on a diverse range of issues specific to California's legislative center, Sacramento and surrounding communities. Women's March Sacramento is committed to dismantling systems of oppression through nonviolent resistance and building inclusive structures guided by self-determination, dignity and respect.

We will gather at Southside Park between 6th and 8th Streets. From the Park, we will walk west on T Street to 5th Street, then north on 5th to Capitol Mall, then east to the Capitol building where the rally will convene on the West Steps.

Event Registration

Although registration is not required to attend, we’re asking for marchers to register so we can have an accurate count to plan for proper accommodations. Please register at: womensmarchsac.com/march-registration/ 

 

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SB562 (Single Payer) Rally & Hearing
Jan
17
12:00 PM12:00

SB562 (Single Payer) Rally & Hearing

The next Select Health Care Committee hearing is set for January 17th in Sacramento from 1-5 pm. We will rally at Noon. This is our first Health Care Reform action of the year! It is a potential turning point because the Select Committee will be discussing SB 562 for the first time and the Nurse’s Association will be giving OUR input. It is important that we show up in numbers that can’t be ignored.

Can we count on you to speak for those who need health care reform because their lives depend on it? Sign-up today! You MUST RSVP for a seat at www.bit.ly/sb562-jan17-rsvp

Bus Locations & Routes:

GRASS VALLEY/AUBURN

STOP 1: Departs @ 8:20 am KMART,111 W McKnight Way, Grass Valley

STOP 2: Departs @ 9:05 am Burger & Cream, 403 Grass Valley HWY, Auburn

STOP 3: Departs @ 9:25 am United Domestic Workers, 4220 Rocklin Rd, Rocklin

Everyone! Follow the time-honored tradition of Latin American and South American and Catalonian resistance. Bring pots and pans and wooden or metal spoons to the rally in support ofSB 562 ‼️ Help to make our voices heard.  BTW, revolutions have been won with this wonderful form of "culinary activism."  See you on the bus!

 

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Indivisible Women Gather
Jan
14
1:30 PM13:30

Indivisible Women Gather

COME TOGETHER

"It always seems impossible until it's done" ~Nelson Mandela


INDIVISIBLE WOMEN GATHER-UP
Sunday, January 14th, 2018
1:30pm-4:30pm
Sierra Center for Positive Living
119 Florence Avenue, Grass Valley, CA
FREE
RSVP HERE

Please join us at the Sierra Center for Positive Living on January 14, 2018 from 1:30 - 4:40PM for our next Indivisible Women Gather-Up presented by our IW Women's Rights Action Team. It will be an afternoon filled with action and learning as we look back on the last year in the resistance, deepen our understanding of key issues facing women, and prepare to show the county and the world who we are as we march again on January 20th

Have you ever wondered what Doug LaMalfa's voting record on women's issues looks like? Do you know what to do when you see sexual harassment or assault happening? What isTitle IX, why is it important and what is Betsy DeVos is doing to it? Do you know about our local reproductive health clinic, how it's different from Crisis Pregnancy Clinics, and why legitimate reproductive clinics are vital for rural California?

How can we shape communities, states and countries reflective of us and our values? Come on the 14th to find out and discover how you can resist to promote the rights and needs of women and all Americans.

This is a women-only event.
Sign-Making Party for the March to follow

Sign-Making Party for the March on Sun. Jan. 14th at our next
Indivisible Women Gather-Up following our special guest speakers

Source:: https://www.facebook.com/events/1354032208040885/

Earlier Event: January 9

Resist Trump/LaMalfa Tuesdays

 

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Dec
22
11:00 AM11:00

Unity March Against White Supremacy

Location: Washington DC

Let us come together as a nation to state that we are united as a people against White Supremacy.

We will not stand for leaders in Congress that fail to challenge President Trump when he 'winks and nods' to a racist base of support. We will not stand for leaders that would cynically sacrifice the good of the country, the safety of its people, for the sake of a legislative agenda.

We will not stand idly while our fellow Americans are condemned to a new age of fear and trepidation that the nation they owe their allegiance to will not ensure their ability to walk freely without expectation of persecution or the threat of violence.

We will not stand for the lingering (and expanding) institutional injustice that has and continues to pervade every corner of the American life.

All of this nation's greatest accomplishments have been the (often only part-way) rectification of the sins of our history. It is time for us to go the whole way.

I ask you to stand with me, with the majority of this nation, against the tyranny and terror of institutional racism, antisemitism, and the hate that exists across this land...once and for all.

#UnityMarchAgainstWhiteSupremacy

#UnityAgainstHate

#WhyWeMarch


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