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Events on deck: 1. a rally, 2. a panel discussion/workshop, 3. a debate watching party, and 4. a postcard-writing group

FEATURED: 1. Wednesday, February 5 – Alabama Street I-5 overpass, 3:30 – 4:30 pm

Reject the Cover Up - MoveOn

Shame Republicans for their sham Senate impeachment trial, which elevates the president above the law and breaks the Constitution. MoveOn.Org is calling a nationwide rally this Wednesday (Feb. 5 -#RejectTheCoverup), and Indivisible Bellingham is holding signs on Alabama Street above I-5, where there is space for a couple of hundred demonstrators–3:30 to 4:30 pm. Dress warmly and bring signs!

Sign up here: https://actionnetwork.org/events/reject-the-coverup-indivisible-bellingham?clear_id=true

FEATURED 2. Monday, February 17 – 5:30 pm, All Hands Meeting for February, Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship

Resiliency and Connecting in Hard Times - All Hands Meeting
Anxious? Burned out? Isolated? Fear getting to you? These are depressing times, so our All Hands Meeting for February features a program and activities on ways to deal with this chaos, led by three psychologists/ counselors. Join us! We are all in this together. (There will be pizza and a light potluck.)

3. Friday, February 7 -5:00 pm, Dem Debate Watching Party, WWU’s Academic Instruction Center West, Room 205
democratic debate
Join us for the 8th Democratic Debate from 5:00 to 8:30 pm on February 7 at WWU’s Academic Instruction Center West, Room 205, when debaters will include: Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, Andrew Yang, Tom Steyer

Venue: Thomas F. Sullivan Arena, St. Anselm College, Manchester, New Hampshire

Hosts: ABC News. WMUR-TV, Apple New

Interviewers: Linsey Davis, Monica Hernandez, David Muir, Adam Sexton, George Stephanopoulos

PARKING: The Academic Instruction Center West is at the south end of the Western Washington University campus, near parking lots C and 12A. .Parking after 4:30pm on weekdays and all hours on weekends/holidays is available there at no cost.

Thanks go to Henry Pollet, Elizabeth for President, for arranging this venue. Everyone is welcome.

4. Tuesday, February 11 – 10:00 am, Postcard Writing Group, Caffe Adagio meeting room, 1435 Railroad
Indivisible Bellingham - Get Out the Vote Postcards
Let’s get together to write postcards to voters in critical races around the country! We’ll be writing to targeted lists provided by democratic campaigns where we can help drive turnout or support a quality candidate. We will initially be participating in projects organized by PostcardsToVoters. Personally written, heartfelt postcard can make the difference in tight races. Wwe recently wrote postcards to voters in Florida, urging them to register to Vote By Mail – “When Democrats vote by mail, Democrats win!”

You don’t need to bring anything – if you want to donate postcard stamps, or bring your favorite pens or art supplies, that is welcome. We will supply cards and the instructions and the addresses we’ll need.

Our first weekly gathering will be Tuesday, Feb. 11th, at 10AM in the meeting room at Caffe Adagio, 1435 Railroad. Hope to see you there!


Doug Brown
Indivisible Bellingham
doug0brown0@gmail.com


CALL TO ACTION
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.

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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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