Featured Events this week!

Keep checking our website IndivisibleVentura.org for added activities!
Updated 2/6/18 (Tuesday)

Black History Month Activities

There are activities happening almost every day, things you can do at home, at school and at places within driving distance!
(Check here for daily additions/updates)

Feb. 7-11 – Go see a play for Black History Month 

The Colored Museum  is a play written by George C. Wolfe that premiered in 1986. In a series of 11 “exhibits” (sketches), the review explores and satires prominent themes and identities of African-American culture. It is being presented Feb. 7-11 at Cal Lutheran University’s Black Box Studio Theatre, 60 W. Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks. For schedule, tickets and more information, call 493-3452 or visit www.callutheran.edu/college-arts-sciences/theatre-arts.

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Feb. 8th – Ride the CFROG Bus to Sacramento to Stop New Offshore Drilling

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Facebook link here.

CFROG is filling a Charter Bus to go to Sacramento and join hundreds from across California to tell the federal government to PROTECT OUR COAST and say NO to new Offshore Oil Drilling in the Pacific.

We are leaving at 4am from Ventura, and after the protest/press conference/hearing we are returning the same day, well really early the next morning.

SEATS ARE FREE (we are asking for $5 to show you’ll really fill the seat), PHONE Number required so we can personally confirm.

Feb. 8th – Thursday – Movie Screening

EQUAL MEANS EQUAL is an unflinching look at how women are treated in the United States today. By following both real life stories and precedent-setting legal cases, director Kamala Lopez discovers how outdated and discriminatory attitudes inform and influence seemingly disparate issues, from workplace matters to domestic violence, rape and sexual assault to the foster care system, the healthcare system and the legal system. Along the way, she reveals the inadequacy of present laws in place that claim to protect women, ultimately presenting a compelling and persuasive argument for the urgency of ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment.

The VCRRN (Ventura County Reproductive Rights Network) is proud to co-sponsor this event.
Please click here for more information.

Feb. 9th – “Thank you” Postcard Party 

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Friday at 11:30 AM – 2 PM at the The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf (Ventura/Main)  4360 E. Main St. Ste. 3, Ventura, California 93003. Facebook link here

Feb. 10th – Saturday – Voter Registration and Canvassing

IMG_2447Saturday, February 10, 9:00AM-2:00PM
Voter Registration and Canvassing in Palmdale
Where: LA County Federation Of Labor Office, 533 East Palmdale Blvd, Palmdale
Lunch and training will be provided. No prior experience necessary!
RSVP (carpooling available!): Fill out this form or email Veronica at indivisibleventura@gmail.com
More info

Feb. 11th – Sunday – Voter Registration/Dem Club Meeting

Sunday, February 18, 10-2PM
Voter Registration at the Saugus Swap Meet – Santa Clarita
Where: Saugus Speedway, 22500 Soledad Canyon Road, Santa Clarita
Cold water, shade, and training will be provided. No prior experience necessary!
RSVP (carpooling available!): Fill out this form or email Veronica at indivisibleventura@gmail.com
More info

Feb 11, 1:30 PM
Ventura Democratic Club Meet and Greet
All are welcome! Knights of Columbus Hall, Downtown Ventura

Feb. 18th – Sunday – Voter Registration

Sunday, February 18, 10-2PM
Voter Registration at the Saugus Swap Meet – Santa Clarita
Where: Saugus Speedway, 22500 Soledad Canyon Road, Santa Clarita
Cold water, shade, and training will be provided. No prior experience necessary!
RSVP (carpooling available!): Fill out this form or email Veronica at indivisibleventura@gmail.com
More info

Feb. 21st – Wednesday – Movie Screening

“Break the Chain” Movie Screening at the Museum of Ventura County.
Facebook link

Produced and Directed by Michigan documentary filmmakers, Laura E. Swanson and Kirk Mason, ‘Break the Chain’  is an award-winning feature-length documentary film that addresses the often “hidden-in-plain-sight” issue of Human Trafficking within Michigan communities and the United States.  The film chronicles two survivors of Human Trafficking – providing a detailed look at how trafficking goes unnoticed within our backyards.

 Accompanying the stories of these survivors are nearly 20 interviews with researchers, Senators, non-profit organizations, legal service agencies, law enforcement officers and several artists actively working to raise awareness for this global issue. The film teaches us that what we see in the media about human trafficking is one small sensationalized form – that it occurs anywhere and everywhere within our world.  More importantly, viewers will learn how we are all connected to this extremely profitable business and that we have the power to choose what we support, and ultimately, how we break the chain.

Hopefully, this day WON’T come…

Be prepared to march in case Rosenstein or Mueller are fired. Start your sign-making today or bring flags.
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Sign up for rapid response alerts here. If Trump administration fires Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein as a way to limit or stop the Mueller investigation, we need to be prepared to march. Firing #Rosenstein is a red line, just as firing Mueller is.

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