Indivisible Midterm March Los Angeles
Aug
26
10:00 AM10:00

Indivisible Midterm March Los Angeles

Last year's inaugural Indivisible March was a joyous celebration of the movement's successes and goals -- and a commemoration of Women's Equality Day. This year we're focused on the hard work of flipping Congress -- recognizing that only by electing progressive candidates can we achieve real equality for women and other Americans threatened under Trump.

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Families Belong Together March
Jun
14
5:00 PM17:00

Families Belong Together March

As part of a nationwide effort, L.A.-area activists will gather to demand that the Trump administration end its policy of separating immigrant children from their parents, and that Trump's cruel policies toward immigrants end both at the border and in our neighborhoods. If you're interested in participating, please contact Julie Diaz Martinez, leader of Indivisible: Conejo's Immigrants' Rights team, who is organizing carpools.

 

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Support Migrant Detainees in SD - No Family Separation!
Jun
10
9:00 AM09:00

Support Migrant Detainees in SD - No Family Separation!

Dozens of prisoners at this for-profit detention center are organizing a protest to demand an end to abuse and to the separation of migrant children from their parents. If you're interested in participating, please contact Julie Diaz Martinez, leader of Indivisible: Conejo's Immigrants' Rights team, who is organizing carpools. 

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LA Pride 2018
Jun
9
to Jun 10

LA Pride 2018

Festival: Sat.-Sun., June 9-10, West Hollywood Park, 647 N. San Vicente Blvd., West Hollywood
Parade: Sun., June 10, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Santa Monica Blvd. between Fairfax and La Cienega

LA Pride Week is already in full swing, and culminates with a two-day festival including music, vendor and activist booths, kid-friendly activities and more. This year's parade is NOT being transformed into a protest march, as last year's was - instead returning to its tradition as a bold, brash & joyous celebration of the LGBTQIA+ community.

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Fight Back Against Censorship at CVUSD Board Meeting
Jun
5
6:00 PM18:00

Fight Back Against Censorship at CVUSD Board Meeting

This month the board's extremist majority violated state meeting laws while railroading through a policy revision that flouts the First Amendment (not to mention our state's education board). Teachers, students and parents will gather to protest the policy before and during this board meeting.

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Defend SB 54 at Thousand Oaks City Council Meeting
Jun
5
6:00 PM18:00

Defend SB 54 at Thousand Oaks City Council Meeting

This meeting is the culmination of a season of anti-immigrant agitation at our City Council, and it's essential that open-hearted supporters of immigrants' rights attend and make our voices heard! Thousand Oaks must value diversity and the rule of law, or lose its future while pandering to extremists. This meeting probably will go deep into the night, so please come prepared with enthusiasm and patience!

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Conejo Valley GOTV Day
Jun
2
12:00 PM12:00

Conejo Valley GOTV Day

During this open house-style GOTV event sponsored by the Democratic Club of the Conejo Valley and Indivisible: Conejo, you may choose to spend your time canvassing in Westlake neighborhoods to discuss our own primary and the CVUSD board; phone banking to Orange and San Diego counties; or writing postcards to our neighbors about CVUSD dysfunction. Whatever you choose, please participate!

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National Gun Violence Awareness Day Protest & 'Wear Orange' Party
Jun
2
10:00 AM10:00

National Gun Violence Awareness Day Protest & 'Wear Orange' Party

  • Promenade at Westlake & Conejo Creek Park (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Brady Campaign's Ventura County chapter and Indivisible: Conejo are holding a protest rally at the Promenade at Westlake, at Westlake & Thousand Oaks Boulevards, from 4-6 p.m.

Earlier in the day, Moms Demand Action is hosting a "Wear Orange Party in the Park" at Conejo Creek North Park, 1379 E. Janss Road in Thousand Oaks, from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

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Swing Left Virtual Phone Bank
May
26
to Jun 5

Swing Left Virtual Phone Bank

Our activism NOW is vital to Democratic prospects for retaking the House in November! Unless Dems make the ballot in these three key congressional districts, flipping Congress becomes a near-impossibility. You may participate from home at any time before June 5, and join phone bank gatherings locally on Wed., May 30, and Sat., June 2 (see below).

 

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"Never Again" Performance
May
21
7:00 PM19:00

"Never Again" Performance

Newbury Park High School students who played key roles in that school's student walkouts on March 14 and April 20 are staging this performance to continue their activism against gun violence in schools. We can't wait to see what they've come up with, and to encourage their continued activism ... and creativity!

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Defend SB 54 in T.O.! Solidarity Coalition Meeting
May
21
6:30 PM18:30

Defend SB 54 in T.O.! Solidarity Coalition Meeting

The fight to stop the Thousand Oaks City Council, as well as Camarillo's city council, from taking a stance in opposition to California's "sanctuary state" law continues this week!

-- Monday evening, May 21, the newly formed Thousand Oaks Solidarity Coalition is meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the Lundring Center on the CLU campus, to continue strategizing our advocacy on behalf of the California Values Act. We'll discuss the current state of play, messaging for these city council meetings, and ways we can get that message out between now and the T.O. council meeting on June 5.

-- Wednesday, May 23, at 5 p.m., the Camarillo City Council will consider joining the federal lawsuit against SB 54. The anti-immigrant agitators who have descended on council meetings across the southland will be out in force -- and we must turn out as well!

If you need more information about the Thousand Oaks Solidarity Coalition, please contact Julie Diaz Martinez or Willie Lubka

For more information about the Camarillo #DefendSB54 Coalition, please contact Martita orMarisa.

Please write TODAY to the Camarillo City Council and the Thousand Oaks City Council and ask them to defend SB 54! Here is the contact info you'll need to make your voice heard:

Thousand Oaks City Council phone line: (805) 449-2151; Mayor Andy Fox:cnclmanfox@aol.comMayor Pro Tem Rob McCoyrmccoy@toaks.orgCouncil member Al Adamaadam@toaks.orgCouncil member Claudia Bill-de la Peña:claudia4slowgrowth@roadrunner.comCouncil member Joel Pricejprice@toaks.org.

Send Camarillo City Council members a message via the city's website.

Submit a letter to the Thousand Oaks Acorn here; to submit a letter to the Ventura CountyStar, email letters@vcstar.com.

Please join this effort to ensure that California values carry the day, and let's help protect our immigrant neighbors! Thank you!

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Swing Left Pre-Primary Canvass in CA-39
May
6
1:00 PM13:00

Swing Left Pre-Primary Canvass in CA-39

California's swing districts can help flip the House -- but our jungle primary (coming up on June 5) poses a challenge in districts where two Republicans might get through to the general election. CA-39, home to the retiring Ed Royce, is one of them. We need to register voters now, and turn them out on 6/5, to make sure Dems have a chance to win in the fall!

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March For Science Los Angeles
Apr
14
10:00 AM10:00

March For Science Los Angeles

From budget cuts to the purging of entire departments within federal agencies -- and even to the intentional pushing of "alternative facts" about climate change, natural disasters, pollution and more -- public science has come under fire like never before. The L.A. Alliance for Science plans to build on the success of 2017's March for Science while functioning as a bridge between the communities that it brought together.

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