May
7
6:00pm 6:00pm

Indivisible WA CD1 General Membership Meeting

General membership meeting to discuss event planning, member activities/workgroup activities and to set priorities for following month. Also a chance to meet fellow members in person and discuss current issues and experiences. 

To RSVP (host email): indivisiblewa1@gmail.com

Event Location/Address: Sunday, May 7th at 6 PM at Bothell Library, 18215 98th Ave NE, Bothell, WA 98011 USA 

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Apr
9
6:00pm 6:00pm

Indivisible WA CD1 General Membership Meeting

General membership meeting to discuss event planning, member activities/workgroup activities and to set priorities for following month. Also a chance to meet fellow members in person and discuss current issues and experiences. 

To RSVP (host email): indivisiblewa1@gmail.com

Event Location/Address: Sunday, April 9th at 6 PM at Bothell Library, 18215 98th Ave NE, Bothell, WA 98011 USA 

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Mar
23
6:00pm 6:00pm

Mukilteo Indivisible General Meeting

Please join us for our 3rd General Meeting of the Mukilteo Indivisible Group at the Mukilteo Library, Thurs, March 23rd, 6 PM. We are still getting organized so bring your ideas!

Event Location/Address: Thursday, March 23rd, 2017 6:00 - 7:45 PM
Mukilteo Library, 4675 Harbour Pointe Boulevard, Mukilteo, WA 98275

 

 

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Mar
7
6:30pm 6:30pm

Evening with Ezra Levin, Indivisible Guide Co-Founder

Thanks to Pamela Eakes, Town Hall Seattle and Indivisible Washington Present

Ezra Levin, Co-author of "Indivisible - the Guide to Resisting the Trump Agenda”

Ezra Levin, and other former congressional staffers, had an idea: what if you give ordinary citizens “insider information” to drive successful grassroots political activism to resist the agenda of the current administration. Since December this guide has been downloaded over one million times, read more than 17 million times and spawned more than 6,000 organizations have signed up to resist the president’s agenda in every congressional district in the country, with over 150 active Indivisible organizations in Washington State. What comes next for this young organization, its 31-year-old co-founder and the unprecedented movement they have created? Join us at Town Hall to find out. $5.00 general admission, free for students with student ID. (Tickets available via Brown Paper Tickets; ticketing link coming shortly.)

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Mar
5
6:00pm 6:00pm

Indivisible WA CD1 General Membership Meeting

General membership meeting to discuss organizational issues for group including event planning and member roles, and to set priorities for following month. Also a chance to meet fellow members in person and discuss current issues and experiences. 

To RSVP (host email): indivisiblewa1@gmail.com

Event URL: https://www.indivisiblewa.com/district-1/

Event Location/Address: 6:00pm, 3/5/2017, at 18215 98th Ave NE, Bothell, WA 98011 USA 

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Feb
28
5:30pm 5:30pm

Indivisible Skagit Monthly Meeting

Our second meeting. We will hear from our action comittees and continue to work on calls to action. Bring a friend/neighbor.

Join us and show Congress that there is broad resistance to Trump’s agenda.

RSVP/Host Contact Info: indivisibleskagit@gmail.com

Event Location/Address: Burlington Library, 820 E Washington Ave, Burlington, WA 98233

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Feb
21
11:00am11:00am

Fill Dave Reichert's Parking lot with Voices

We will meet up on the corner of East Lake Sammamish and SE 56th on the sidewalk. We can March 2 blocks up 56th to Dave's building and back several times in our 2 hours. 

Logistics/Parking: There is no public parking anywhere close. Sammamish State Park is several blocks away. You need a pass to park. There are two Park and Rides both about 1.7 miles away. There is however Park at YOUR own RISK at the Overlake Center, Value Village, or the Sammamish Center Fred Meyer. 

Dave's office is shared with many other business owners and it is NOT the intention of this gathering to disrupt them. The property Manager of the building has concerns about blocking access to privately owned businesses. The Issaquah Police RESPECT the right to PEACEFUL protest but WILL be present to make sure that other businesses are protected and that this gathering remains peaceful. We will need to stay on the public sidewalk as the parking lot is private and there are no trespassing signs posted . Also I would like to ask that after the gathering that everyone keep the sidewalk and surrounding areas clean of trash and signs. We don't want to leave a mess and get bad press. 

This is not an Anti-Trump event. He has had enough attention. Dave sits on the Ways and Means committee. Specifically on Tax reform and Trade sub committees. Let's focus our signs on Tax stuff. Including: Tax cuts for middle class not the rich and corporations. No border import taxes. No wall taxes. Releasing Trump's income taxes.

 

Event Location/Address: We will meet up on the corner of East Lake Sammamish and SE 56th at 11 AM, on the sidewalk. 

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Feb
20
3:30pm 3:30pm

Third general membership meeting: Olympia Indivisible

On February 20, 2017, Olympia Indivisible will hold its third general membership meeting. If you are not currently a member, but are interested in knowing more about us, please begin by getting in touch at olympia.indivisible.membership@gmail.com.

You will need to first attend our new members orientation meeting on February 6, 2017.

We came into existence on Jan. 2, 2017 and currently number over 150 registered, active members in Congressional District 10.

We are a dynamic, well-organized group of citizen activists who have come together to stand indivisible against threats from the Trump administration that will take our country backwards. We want our members of Congress (Senators Patty Murray, Maria Cantwell and Representative Denny Heck) to hear our voices and to work on our behalf. We have already sent delegations to meet with staffers of our members of Congress at regional offices, sent out three weekly calls-to-action, and have over 34 members signed on to working groups (membership, communication, research, action, and events) to help Olympia Indivisible thrive and grow sustainably.

To RSVP: olympia.indivisible.membership@gmail.com

Event Location/Address: This meeting is for general membership. If you are already a member, you know about this meeting. If you are new, please sign up for the new member orientation meeting on Monday, Feb. 6, 2017.

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Feb
19
3:00pm 3:00pm

Indivisible North Seattle General Meeting

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4th General Members Meeting of Indivisible North Seattle Group

On February 19, 2017, Indivisible North Seattle will hold its 4th general membership meeting. 

We will finalize planning and strategies for office visits and town halls with our MoC's when they are in town for recess. Then break into subgroups to continue focus on defeating Trump and radical Republican agenda, and networking with other groups.


Event Location/Address: Sunday, February 19, 2017 3:00 - 5:00 PM
Shoreline Unitarian Universalist Church, 14724 1st Avenue NE, Shoreline, WA, 98155

 

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Jan
29
5:00pm 5:00pm

Stand with Immigrants-Emergency Protest

At Americans for Refugees & Immigrants, we REFUSE to stand behind the racist, bigoted actions coming from the White House. On 1/25/2017 Donald Trump issued two orders regarding immigration policy. Numerous provisions within this order do little more than perpetuate xenophobia, mass incarceration, criminalization of immigrants and undocumented individuals, violence, heightened policing, and racial profiling. Seattle has been a beacon as a Sanctuary City for immigrants and Refugees. Now is the time that we must stand up and RESIST these orders, defend our communities, and fight for our immigrant family.

Join us on Sunday, January 29th, at 5:00pm, at Westlake Park, in Seattle.

Provisions of Trump’s executive orders on immigration:
-Suspend the U.S broader refugee program for 120 days, stop accepting and issuing visas for people from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.
- Immediate construction of a wall on the US-Mexico border, by whatever financial means necessary
- Construction or contracting of more detention facilities at or near the US-Mexico border. (This implies significant efforts for mass detention of immigrants, detention that is often without due process. This means investing more into private prison companies).
- Hiring of 5,000 additional Border Patrol agents and 10,000 more immigration officers. Appropriating whatever funding as necessary.
- Requiring new officers to be trained to perform interrogation, detention, arrests, and searching for people believed to be “non-citizens or non-nationals”. (The implications of violence and racist profiling that this provison relies on is profound. What does this mean for the existence and safety of people who are *perceived* to be “non-American").
- Prioritizing the removal of “criminals”. Trump's priority system targets people who have been charged with, not necessarily convicted of a crime. It includes people who are perceived to “endanger” public safety/national security, leaving immigration officers with the discretion to decide who is a “threat”.
- Allow local law enforcement to act as immigration officers whenever possible, further pitting law enforcement against the communities they’re supposed to serve.
- Require local authorities to share fingerprints and other arrest data.
-Strip federal grants from Sanctuary Cities, local entities that have certain policies (or don’t abide by certain policies) to provide a refuge for undocumented immigrants. Even if Trump cannot cut all federal funding to Sanctuary Cities, this is a tactic to intimidate local entities from exercising their autonomy.
- End “catch and release”, essentially necessitating the detention of people who may or may not be deportable, and disallow release based on humanitarian concerns.
- Publicize crimes, via an “Office for Victims of Crimes Committed by Removable Aliens”. This provision would provide quarterly reports to “study” the effects of “victimization by criminal aliens present in the US”, as well as use weekly reports to publish a list of crimes committed by undocumented immigrants. This is an attempt to invalidate Sanctuary Cities and to perpetuating the fear of immigrant “criminals” and the victimization of xenophobes.

Source: http://www.cnn.com/2017/01/25/politics/donald-trump-immigration-executive-orders/

To RSVP (host email): Ari4eqjus@gmail.com

Event URL: https://www.facebook.com/events/581941758669291/?ti=as

Event Location/Address: Westlake Park, Seattle, WA 98101 USA 

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Jan
28
10:00am10:00am

48th LD Town Hall - Speak up for the Environment

Sen. Patty Kuderer, Rep. Joan McBride and Rep. Vandana Slatter Town Hall meeting from 10 to 11:30 a.m., Saturday, January 28 at Redmond City Hall

Let's make sure our legislators know that protecting our environment is a top priority!

If you live in Bellevue, Redmond, or Kirkland, please join Washington Environmental Women's Alliance members this Saturday for the 48th LD Town Hall. All are welcome!

--> Meet in the Redmond City Hall Lobby at 9:45 for a quick strategy meeting. The Town Hall starts at 10:00.

We're applying many of the suggestions from the Indivisible Guide to our state reps. At the strategy meeting (9:45) we'll share a question list to the group, along with a few pointers about effectively using town halls.

Hope to see many of you there! 

To RSVP: eliz.canning@hotmail.com

Event URL: https://www.facebook.com/events/198692220604522/

Event Location/Address: Redmond City Hall, 15670 NE 85th St, Redmond, WA 98052 USA 

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Jan
24
10:00am10:00am

Rally at Murray & Cantwell Offices to "Stop Trump's #SwampCabinet"

On Saturday, January 21, we marched for women’s rights and stood indivisible for inclusion and love.  We are proud that our U.S. Senators, Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell, marched, too.

On Tuesday, January 24, 2017, a nationwide Day of Action, local residents affiliated with the national movement “Indivisible” are joining with members of MoveOn.org and others allies across the country, to rally our senators and send Congress a clear message:

Reject Trump’s unqualified and dangerous cabinet nominees, and "Stop the #SwampCabinet." 

At these rallies at local district offices, concerned citizens will tell Senator Murray and Senator Cantwell why Trump's cabinet is not what America wants or needs.  We will also tell them to continue to fight to #ProtectOurCare.  We won’t stand by and let 30+ million people lose their healthcare and we expect that they won’t either. 

WHAT: Nationwide rallies at U.S. Senators’ district offices

WHO: Concerned citizens affiliated with Indivisible, Moveon.Org, Working Families Party & People’s Action

WHERE: Senators’ district offices in Seattle, Tacoma and Everett

For list of events, go here.  (These events aren't set in stone, so double-check before you go.) 

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Jan
21
10:00am10:00am

Women's March on Washington (DC)

  • The Women’s March on Washington will convene on Saturday, 10:00 am, January 21, 2017.

    The starting point will be the intersection of Independence Avenue and Third Street SW, near the U.S. Capitol.  There is a program of speakers and performers on the stage between 3rd and 4th on Independence facing NW from 10am - 1pm. You can view the program live on a number of Jumbotrons on Independence Ave. and through all of our social media platforms, FacebookTwitter, and YouTube.

  • The Women’s March on Washington is a grassroots effort comprised of dozens of independent coordinators at the state level. The effort is helmed by four national co-chairs and a national coordinating committee who are working around the clock to pull it all together.
  • A program featuring nationally recognized advocates, artists, entertainers, entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and others will be announced in the coming weeks.

  • https://www.womensmarch.com/

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