Activism is at the heart of what Indivisible Bellingham is all about.
We all do what we can, but we need to make sure that the ACTION part of our mission – “non-violent civic engagement, political involvement, and consistent pressure on elected officials” – is not just some empty promise.
Here is a list of upcoming events. Choose one. Choose several.
Be more than a bystander.
Monday, March 18th – Indivisible Bellingham’s ALL HANDS General Membership Meeting, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship – 1207 Ellsworth St. (Lettered Streets)
Please join us for our next General Membership meeting. Bring a friend!
Munch & Mingle – 5:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Meeting – 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Opening & Headlines – Note: We are live-streaming the opening, the speaker, and questions on Facebook. The virtual audience will also be able to pose questions.
- Barnstorm for Medicare for All
- Washington Conservation District Election
- Youth Climate Strike
- Hedrick Smith Presentations – April 10-11
- Extinction Rebellion Action at Peace Arch – April 15?
Small Groups and Report Back
Georgia Davenport, Campaign Director for Whole Washington, Universal Healthcare for Washington State
Georgia is a leader in the effort to bring universal healthcare to Washington State. In 2017 she founded Whole Washington and in 2018 she led the statewide effort to pass I-1600, which gathered 100,000 signatures. Georgia and others did the groundwork with former Senator Maralyn Chase to write and vet SB 5222 creating the whole Washington health trust, which Senator Bob Hasegawa introduced in the state senate in January 2019. It recently died in committee.
Georgia is also a mother, a Washington State Democratic Central Committee representative for the 33rd Legislative District, and the secretary for the Washington State Progressive Caucus. In 2016 she was the phone bank organizer for I-735 aimed to overturning Citizens United, which gained 64% of the vote. Her involvement in politics comes from the desire to create a better future for her daughter and all children who need bold legislation today so they have healthcare tomorrow.
Planned Parenthood Gag Rule – Peach Tarver
Postcard Writing Project
For the Burning Issue and Others
Free Pizza! Bring finger-food and snack food to share! Ice water and tea are available. Plenty of free parking.
All Hands Meetings – Third Mondays of each month at 6:00 at B.U.F. (The next is on April 15.)
Monday, March 18, 6th Annual Farmworker Tribunal, Hosted by Community to Community Development, 4:30 p.. to 6:30 p.m., 416 Sid Snyder Ave SW, Columbia Room Legislative Building, Olympia.
Farmworkers across Washington State will present testimony on working conditions, the impacts of H2A, farmworker-led solutions and more.
Wednesday, July 24, Paddle to Lummi 2019, Hosted by Tribal Canoe Journeys, 10 a.m., Stommish Grounds, Lummi, WA.
The Lummi Nation welcomes you, your friends, families and relatives to the Paddle to Lummi 2019 ~ Official Landing day of over 70+ canoes at the Lummi Stommish Grounds
EVERY FRIDAY – Dignity Vigils, C2C Dignity Vigils and Actions – 12 p.m. to 1: 30 p.m. – Barkley Haggen corner (Woburn and Barkley Blvd.), Bellingham. Check this page for the weekly location: https://www.facebook.com/KeepBellinghamFamiliesWorking/
Let’s stand up in solidarity against law enforcement and federal immigration collaboration which leads to the separation of families and deportation. Signs will be provided to help us inform and educate members of our community about how ICE and our federal government are targeting our friends and neighbors, parents and children, here and across our nation, with various forms of persecution.
This event is held in an outdoor venue which is wheelchair accessible. If other accommodations are needed please use the contact info above so that we can assist with those.
Every Thursday – Justice for Birchwood, Hosted by Community to Community Development – 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. – 1650 Birchwood Ave, Bellingham
The Birchwood Food Desert Fighters hold a vigil every Thursday from 5:00-6:30 pm to demand access to fresh, affordable food in the Birchwood Neighborhood. Albertson’s closed their doors two years ago after buying out Haggen stores, leaving the Birchwood Neighborhood without an accessible grocery store. Come stand in solidarity for food justice! Meet in the parking lot of the old Albertson’s and proceed to the corner of Northwest and Birchwood Ave.