The Ventura County Fair Board will vote to determine whether gun shows should continue to be allowed at the fairgrounds. Advocates for gun violence prevention need to turn out in force and show the Fair Board that Ventura County needs to stop promoting and profiting from America's gun culture!
This session sponsored by CAUSE and Buen Vecino, focused on outreach to immigrant and working-class voters, will provide instruction in voter registration and strategies for engaging and mobilizing these communities for the midterm election.
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:email@example.com; Mayor Pro Tem Rob McCoy: firstname.lastname@example.org; Council member Al Adam: email@example.com; Council member Claudia Bill-de la Peña:firstname.lastname@example.org; Council member Joel Price: email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join this effort to ensure that California values carry the day, and let's help protect our immigrant neighbors! Thank you!
The American Association of University Women and CLU are bringing Alex Alpharaoh’s acclaimed one-man show -- which tells the story of his journey as a DACA recipient -- to the Conejo Valley for one night only. Alpharaoh is expected to participate in a Q&A session after the performance.
TRAINING: Sun., Feb. 11, 1-2:30 p.m. (Ventura), 4-5:30 p.m. (Santa Barbara)
CLINICS: Sat., Feb. 17, 1-5 p.m. (Santa Barbara);
Sun., Feb. 18, 1-5 p.m. (Ventura)
The 805 UndocuFund was founded to provide financial relief to undocumented families affected by the Thomas Fire and Montecito mudslide. The fund seeks volunteers to help execute its first clinics in Ventura & Santa Barbara; needs include set up/take down, childcare, helping families fill out eligibility paperwork, and databasing applications.
Coastal Californians, come with #blue22canvass on our fifth monthly canvass to help register voters in the 22nd California Congressional District - that's right, the district of the un-recusably awful Congressman Devin Nunes!
For the 11/11 & 12 canvass, we'll be registering voters at the Visalia Veteran's Day Parade as guests of the Tulare County Democratic Club! We'll also have walking canvass shifts with NextGen, so that we can get out to the unregistered voters in the county. For a tentative timeline for the weekend, check out the RSVP form.
State Sen. Henry Stern will give the keynote address during this youth-targeted event, sharing his own work on human rights challenges and highlight how students and grown-ups alike can take action and make a difference in the lives of those facing oppression around the world. Indivisible: Conejo and SWAN have signed on as co-sponsors of this event organized by Agoura High’s chapter of GenUN, the student network for the United Nations.
We're going to the Fair to register voters so we can #repealandreplacenunes; but we admit the deep-fried bacon-wrapped peanut-butter cups call to us, as well. We are more ambivalent about the deep-fried frog legs, however. Are you coming with us? Sign up here!
Indivisible's California state director, Zacharie Boisvert, will join this special regional meeting to discuss our progress to date and our plans for the future. Indivisible: Conejo's Field Director, Jennifer Eis, will discuss swing-district operations. Bring your favorite dish!
Indivisible: Conejo and SWAN are co-sponsoring this rally protesting Senate Republicans' last-ditch effort to dismantle the Affordable Care Act. We'll meet on the sidewalk on Thousand Oaks Blvd., in front of the Civic Arts Plaza. Bring your signs and be ready to use your OUTSIDE VOICE! Healthcare is a human right!
Come with Indivisible: Conejo and our cosponsors on our third monthly canvass to help register voters in the 22nd California Congressional District - that's right, the district of the un-recusably awful Congressman Devin Nunes! For the 9/16-17 canvass, we'll be registering voters at the Tulare County Fair as guests of the Visalia Democratic Club! We'll also have walking canvass shifts with NextGen, as well, so that we can get out to the unregistered voters in the county.
Fresno, Tulare and Visalia are hot, the work is tough, and the drive is long: but the ground game is the only way to flip this district. Let's show Trump what #Resist #Indivisible really looks like! And, now that we're hitting the Fall, it's cooling down and we're hitting the high season for voter registration.
Rep. Julia Brownley and state Sen. Henry Stern headline our all-star September General Meeting! We'll also host "All Politics is Local: How We'll Run, Engage & Win in 2018," featuring local elected officials Linda Parks, Claudia Bill-de la Pena, and Betsy Connolly.
This day of activism will include an early-morning vigil at the governor's mansion; a rally outside the HQ of the California Sheriffs Association; lobbying in the capitol ... and perhaps, if the timing is right, an opportunity to witness the state assembly's vote.
Transportation is free, via buses departing from Oxnard or Los Angeles, and meals will be provided.
Conejo Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship invites you to their Community Forum event, featuring Dr. Kalki Subramaniam’s personal, professional and activist journey as a gender non-conforming person in India and the world.
Indivisible: Conejo's LGBTQIA+ action team will join with other Ventura County Indivisible groups to sponsor a booth during Ventura's annual Pride festival. Please join us in celebrating Pride weekend and supporting the county's LGBTQIA+ community.
Voter Registration Drive Overnight in Tulare/Visalia/Fresno 8/19-20: Tom Steyer Wants to Buy You a Beer!
The first step toward flipping the Fresno-area district of semi-recused House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes is voter registration. Our activists will be guided by local progressives as we register new voters door-to-door. Current schedule (subject to update): Carpools will meet in Fresno at 9am. We'll canvass in pairs, have a pizza party, get some sleep, then canvass some more on Sunday before heading home. Participants may camp out at a church for free, or split a hotel room with another canvasser at a reduced fee. Let's flip the 22nd!
How can resistance movements nationwide learn from the successes and failures of the Standing Rock protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota? Join us for a powerful presentation by Atta Stevenson, principal advisor for Frontline Wellness United and former president of the California Inter-Tribal Council.
Join hosts SFV Indivisible for an afternoon with VoteSmart Founder and President Richard Kimball.
The first step toward flipping the Fresno-area district of semi-recused House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes is voter registration. Our activists will be guided by local progressives as we register new voters door-to-door. Current schedule (subject to update): Carpools will meet in Fresno at 9am. We'll canvass in pairs, have a pizza party, get some sleep, then canvass some more on Sunday before heading home. Participants may camp out at the Congregational Church for free, or split a hotel room with another canvasser at a reduced fee. Let's flip the 22nd!
Let's help Senator Kamala Harris tell our healthcare stories as she fights for us against the vicious GOP Wealthcare bill coming up for vote!
Reunite with old friends, and make some new ones, as Indivisible: Conejo and SWAN organizes Postcard Parties supporting the California Values Act! Let's tell Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin to stand with her constituents -- and let's have some fun doing it!
Indivisible: Conejo's action team on Healthcare is hosting a Letter to the Editor-writing party for activists who wish to get their voices heard in the local newspapers. Progressive views on healthcare are still outnumbered on their editorial pages. This is a great opportunity to get valuable practice in political persuasion.
Bring food or drink to snack on, and don't forget your laptop or tablet! Please RSVP, and you'll receive the address before the party!
This Advocacy Training session will describe the concepts and current specifics behind the legislation's efforts to provide single-payer healthcare to all Californians. Please RSVP to receive the location!