Indivisible Bellingham invites you to meet your Representatives!
Wednesday, April 20, 2022, 7 p.m.
All Indivisible Bellingham members and friends are invited to join us in welcoming 40th LD Senator Liz Lovelett and 42nd LD Representative Sharon Shewmake to an online meeting April 20th on Zoom.
They’ll update us on the most recent legislative session, bills that passed and those that didn’t, along with what they’ll be working on for the next session beginning Jan. 9, 2023.
We will also have a short Q&A, so you can ask about issues important to you. Please submit your questions to IndivisibleBellingham@gmail.com, and please denote whether your question is for one or the other or both.
Download the FREE Zoom app on your computer or phone: https://zoom.us/
At 7 p.m. on April 20th, join the meeting by following this link
Meeting ID: 825 3274 7263
Or you can simply scan this QR code:
Saturday’s Rally for Abortion Justice in Bellingham (Oct. 2nd) was one of 600+ other actions happening across the US.
The Bellingham Herald estimated nearly 1,000 people attended.
If you didn’t have a chance to attend or visit our table, please go to our ACTIONS page to see our vetted list of organizations doing the ground-level work in the fight for abortion access, particularly for underserved communities in the Southeastern U.S.
The actions in Bellingham come as the Supreme Court is set to begin oral arguments on a Mississippi case that will determine the future of abortion rights for all Americans.
More than 110+ organizations have joined forces to take part in the #RallyforAbortionJustice, organized by Women’s March, to show that Americans overwhelmingly support Roe v. Wade and that this is nothing more than another unacceptable Right Wing power grab to control the bodies, futures and lives of pregnant and birthing people.
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).
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Basic knowledge of HTML preferred, but not necessary.
Contact Kevin at IndivisibleBellingham@gmail.com.
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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