OMG, this seems like so long ago…We miss you all and hope to see you soon. Stay well.
TODAY – Thursday, 5/21: If you haven’t emailed us for postcards to do at home, please do so now!
Indivisible Chicago Alliance is reaching out to voters in both Wisconsin and Michigan. We asked to join in, for whichever state they needed the help for more. We just received 2500 cards for Michigan, hopefully the first of many thousands to arrive there by way of concerned citizens in Ventura County
If you’ve already received cards from us, you are on our nifty new spreadsheet and we’ll be sending your orders out shortly.
If you haven’t received cards from us, please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with “SEND ME POSTCARDS!” in the subject line. Please include your name, your full mailing address, your phone number in case we have questions, how many postcards you want and whether or not you also need stamps.
Continue reading “Thur 5/21: Today is 3rd Thursday. If these were normal times, we’d be eating pizza together. But we still have postcards to write and other volunteer/donation actions to share!”
Action #1 – TODAY – Thursday, 2/20: Meet at Santino’s for pizza, good conversation, and social justice – every Third Thursday starting at 11:30 am
The next community showing of this film will be by the Chalice UU on 3/28. Stay tuned to our “Event” page for more details. Ventura’s resistance movement is strong and varied. Check out the entire list and keep track here. Send additions for the list to email@example.com
Indivisible Ventura, along with groups and individuals across the country, has been participating in a postcard campaign with the Reclaim our Vote campaign, organized by the Center for Common Ground. This month, the campaign has sent us 400 addresses for the next area of deliberate voter disenfranchisement – Montgomery County, Alabama.
If you have a moment, read these great reports: “Alive and Well: Voter Suppression and Election Mismanagement in Alabama,” and “Systemic Inequality and American Democracy.”
- Where: Santino’s Pizza. It’s at 4231 Telegraph Rd., Ventura, 93003
- When: Thursday, Feb. 20th, between 11:30am – 1:30pm.
- RSVP for our supporters: Nope. Just come. Invite your friends!
We do, however, reserve the right to refuse any volunteers and their services.
- What to bring: We provide the pizza, postcards, stationary. If you prefer, you may bring your own pre-stamped postcards, or stationary for letter actions. You are also welcome to bring stickers and different colored pens.
- Donations gratefully accepted: A postcard stamp is $0.35! We’re trying to achieve 400 finished postcards, which equals $140!. Donations of money for stamps and pizza or rolls of postcard stamps are gratefully accepted.
- Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Continue reading “Thur 2/20: Today is our 3rd Thursday “Pizza & Postcards” event and our goal is to reach 400 folks in Montgomery County, Alabama! Join in. We need your help!”
Helping from far away or in Alabama…
#1. Help Color of Change get people registered.
Today, Monday, Nov. 27th, until 11:59 p.m., is the deadline for Voter Registration. News outlets are calling this race a statistical tie between Doug Jones, who prosecuted KKK members for killing four little girls in a church bombing, and Roy Moore, a racist, homophobe and accused predatory pedophile. This is why we need to mobilize right now. Tomorrow will be too late. Help Color of Change pay for digital ads encouraging people to register.
They’ve been testing ads for the past few days, and they estimate that they can get 5 new Alabama voters to an online registration page for about $10.
If enough of us chip in, we can register thousands of voters in the next 24 hours and shift the tides of this race.
Help reach 5 new Alabama voters before the deadline ($10)
Help reach 20 new Alabama voters before the deadline ($40)
Help reach 50 new Alabama voters before the deadline ($100)
…or donate another amount.
#2. Tell you friends and relatives in Alabama to Register! Pass this information on in your social media!
Continue reading “Here’s the latest in the fight for Alabama. There’s lots we can do to help.”