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ACTIVISM FROM THE BUNKER — WHAT CAN WE POSSIBLY DO NOW?

It’s a crazy, worrying time — and it was, even before Covid-19 knocked our “normal” lives way out of whack. Most of us probably don’t need convincing that in addition to staying safe in this crisis — and helping others as best we can — we’re looking at elections in November that will critically determine what kind of country and world we and our kids will have in years to come. The stakes couldn’t be higher.

But we’re stuck at home. In a mostly “blue” state. What can we do about all that now? Here’s some good news: We can do a whole lot — right now! For our state, and to help win Senate seats and electoral votes in key states elsewhere. (And also, to pitch in and help with Covid-19 needs and advocacy.)

Please join us for a short, focused All-Hands meeting where we’ll present good ways to make a difference. Right now. From home.

Monday, April 6, 7-8pm
The meeting will be via Zoom (the app needs to be installed on your computer, please do in advance.)

Zoom link:
Topic: Indivisible Bellingham All Hands Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Link to the Zoom meeting

Meeting ID: 928 391 676
Password: 869134

Here are ways to donate to Indivisible Bellingham, if you’d like:
PayPal – Paypal.me/indivisiblebellingha
Venmo -@Indivisible-Bellingham

Hope to see you on Monday at 7:00pm!

Indivisible Bellingham


CALL TO ACTION
CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Our All Hands Meeting is EVERY third Monday at Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship, 1207 Ellsworth Street, Bellingham–5:30 pm for a light potluck (and pizza always) and 6:00 – 8:00 pm for the meeting.
Our main locus of activity is our Facebook page–Indivisible Bellingham – Members– which focuses on actions, preparations, results, and facts.  We encourage everyone to post, but to reserve opinions and discussions for face-to-face meetings.   You must ask to become a member, giving 1) your e-mail address, 2) your neighborhood in Bellingham, your area or town in Whatcom County, or your town or city elsewhere, and 3) your cell phone number (optional).  We have 1,500 members.  According to Facebook, an average of 500 visit our page every day.
Our other site open to everybody (besides this one) is our second Facebook page, Indivisible Bellingham – Public, which is limited to our own events.
If you join our contact list (below), we can let you know about the agenda for the All Hands Meeting and other actions via email (about two messages a month).
You can also email us with questions, suggestions for actions, or proposals for programs at indivisiblebellingham@gmail.com.

JOIN OUR FACEBOOK PAGE for up-to-date actions, events, and news –
Go HERE and click the JOIN link.

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We are looking for a volunteer to regularly maintain EVENTS and other pages on this website, transferring information from Indivisible Bellingham – Members.



What is Indivisible?

Indivisible is a network of independent grassroots groups under a national umbrella founded by former Congressional staffers, who in the Obama administration had watched how the Tea Party had blocked president’s agenda and how it had effectively taken over the government of many states. Each Indivisible group has developed its own organization and policies.  Go to the national website for general information and a national directory: https://www.indivisibleguide.com/


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