Week of Dec. 1 – Calendar items – The election was just the beginning!

If we’ve missed any important announcements, please email us at indivisibleventura@gmail.com

Dec. 1st (TODAY!) – Canvass in Ventura and Oxnard: My People, My Air

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Hosted by Citizens for Responsible Oil & Gas – CFROG.org
12:00pm – 2:00 pm – Bell Arts Factory, 432 N Ventura Ave, Ventura
Ventura event Facebook link here
Oxnard event Facebook link here.

Join us and bring a friend to spread the word about My People, My Air: CFROG’s community air protection program! Come make sure as many people as possible living along Ventura Avenue and South Oxnard know that we want to partner with THEM to gather information about their air quality. Check out the Facebook links for meeting places and be sure to bring comfortable shoes, water, and a SMILE!
Check out their events link for more canvassing opportunities here.
Check out their meetings regarding neighborhood air quality here.

 Dec. 2rd (TOMORROW!) – Stop the Tears – Families Belong Together Rally 

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Hosted by Indivisible Ventura and others
2:00pm – 4:00 pm – In front of the Ventura County Government Center at the corner of Vicoria Ave and Telephone Rd.
Facebook link here

 Dec. 3rd – Observance of the One Year Anniversary of Thomas Fire

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Hosted by City of Ventura
5:30pm – 6:30 pm – front steps of City Hall.
Facebook link here

Dec. 4th – Forum on Sheriff-ICE Collaboration

Truth Act Forums

Hosted by Central Coast Alliance United for a Sustainable Economy (CAUSE), 805 Immigrant and MICOP
2:30pm – 5:30 pm – Ventura County Government Center
Facebook link here

The TRUTH Act requires CA Counties to hold hearings for transparency and accountability on how their law enforcement works with Federal Immigration Officials. Join us to ensure they comply with with SB54!
We will begin with a rally at 2:30pm at the Ventura County Govenrment Center Courtyard then at 3:30pm will begin the community forum at the County Supervisors Hearing Room.

Foro de la Acta de la Verdad
El acta de la Verdad requiere que los condados de CA tengan audiencias para garantizar la transparencia y mantener responsables de como trabajan nuestras agencias policiales con ICE. Ven a exigir que cumplen con la SB54!
Vamos a comenzar con una demostración a las 2:30pm en el patio del centro del gobierno del condado de Ventura y después a las 3:30pm va a comenzar el foro comunitario en el salón de audiencias de los supervisores del condado.

Dec. 4th – Bicycle/Pedestrian plan for Montalvo area.

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Dec. 8th – Free Immigration Legal Aid Fair in Moorpark. Volunteers needed both to spead the word with flyers and to help at the event! 

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Hosted by Indivisible Ventura and others
10:00 am – 2:00 pm – Holy Cross Church, 13955 Peach Hill Rd. Moorpark. New volunteers asked to come at 9:00 to learn how to fill in the forms.
Information link here

Dec. 8th – Flood/Mud Preparedness Event/ Evento de Preparación de inundación / lodo

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The County of Ventura invites you to learn valuable information to keep your home and property safe from potential mud and debris flows resulting from rain on Woosley and Hill reburn areas. Public Works officials with Ventura County and City of Thousand Oaks will discuss burn area analysis and erosion control measures that will assist you in protecting your family property.
Oak Park High School’s Pavilion
899 Kanan Rd in Oak Park
9 a.m. to noon

El Condado de Ventura lo invita a aprender informaci6n valiosa para mantener su hogar y su propiedad a salvo de los posibles flujos de lodo y escombros resultantes de la lluvia en las areas requemadas de Woolsey y Hill. Los funcionarios de Obras Publicas del Condado de Ventura y la Ciudad de Thousand Oaks hablaran sabre el analisis del area quemada y las medidas de control de erosion que lo ayudaran a proteger a su familia y propiedad.

9 a.m. al mediodia
Pabellon de Oak Park High School
899 Kanan Rd En Oak Park

Dec. 9th – SOS! Sunday of Solidarity with Refugee Families 

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Hosted by CLUE-Ventura County (Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice)
Cosponsors: Indivisible Ventura, Indivisible Conejo, Buen Vecino
Location: In front of the Ventura County Government Center at the corner of Vicoria Ave and Telephone Rd.
2:00 pm – Gathering
2:30 pm- Interfaith Prayer Vigil
4:00 pm End

Come pray with us as we – people of diverse faith traditions – go forth to demand that our government

  • Stop the attacks on asylum seekers at the border
  • Follow longstanding Asylum Law
  • Remove the troops
  • End U. S. support for repressive Central American regimes
  • Restore our America as a refuge – not a walled off nation!

Dec. 16th – Movie screening – “The Perfect Storm – The Thomas Fire Story”

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Hosted by the Museum of Ventura County and CAPS Media Center
12:00 pm – 3:00 pm – Museum of Ventura County
Facebook link here

The Perfect Firestorm is a documentary film that chronicles personal stories of survival and healing during and following the devastating Thomas Fire. Screenings of the film are free and open to the public with an RSVP on Sunday, December 16 at 12pm and 3pm at the Pavilion. Due to limited seating, reservations are required. Email events@capsmedia.org and indicate the time of the screening you wish to attend.

The Perfect Firestorm was produced in cooperation with the Museum of Ventura County, Ventura City Fire and Police, Ventura County Fire, Sheriff’s, Office of Emergency Services and other agencies. The year-long project is based on dozens of first-person interviews with fire fighters, first responders, residents and others impacted by the tragedy. In addition to sharing their heartfelt, inspiring and at times tragic stories, the citizens of Ventura County provided CAPS Media with hundreds of photos and videos recorded during and after the fire to help tell the story.

The Perfect Firestorm is a tribute to our entire community of heroes who, in the face of an overwhelming crisis, responded with astonishing calm and then opened their hearts, hands and homes to rescue neighbors and strangers and together rebuild their lives.

Dec. 30th – Free Immigration Legal Aid Fair in Oxnard. Volunteers needed both to spead the word with flyers and to help at the event.! 

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Hosted by Indivisible Ventura and others
8:00:00 am – 3:00 pm – Oxnard College Community Marketplace.
New volunteers asked to come at 8:30 to learn how to fill in the forms.
Information link here

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