The voting record of 44th-district Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin is under fire, thanks to the publication of “Courage Scores” for state politicians. During this coffee in Westlake Village from 1-3 p.m., Indivisible: Conejo is offering activists an opportunity to question Irwin about her votes and her political philosophy. The address will be provided in a confirmation email after you RSVP.
This Town Hall meeting will memorialize the Borderline victims and address issues raised by the tragedy -- the legality of large ammunition magazines, Gun Violence Restraining Orders, active-shooter drills and school safety, gun shows at the Ventura County Fairgrounds, etc. Program details and participants are TBA; the date, time and location are tentative.
A panel discussion will consider why a sizable portion of the community lacks food security, who they are, who is helping them, and what more can be done.
Indivisible: Conejo’s most important General Meeting yet will feature a presentation on efforts to flip the CVUSD school board, and a discussion of what it will take to flip Congress (beginning with California’s House seats) and restore sanity to the USA.
Votes on CVUSD recommendations and endorsements for governor & attorney general, as well as a town hall on single-payer healthcare, are on the agenda.
Transgender youth advocate Stacy Drageset, author of Pink is a Girl Color and Other Silly Things People Say, will share her journey of raising a transgender daughter and present gender as a complex and beautiful spectrum. Participants will learn how we can best support our transgender and gender non-conforming youth.
The Democratic Club of the Conejo Valley hosts a teleconference with leaders of Indivisible Memphis and Tennessee Democratic officials to discuss efforts to flip GOP offices in the South. There'll also be an analysis of the June 5 primary and discussion of the next steps in flipping Congress!
Hear from the candidates running in the 25th district during this debate moderated by Stephen Daniels, host of “The Talk of Santa Clarita” podcast.
Our Winter General Meeting will feature the announced challengers to the current, extremist Conejo Valley Unified School District board majority. CVUSD Trustee Dr. Betsy Connolly will offer her perspective on Election 2018. Finally, we'll offer some training in voter registration
The United States has over 2 million people incarcerated, the highest rate in the world. SWAN begins its new quarterly focus on criminal justice reform with a discussion of issues including the juvenile justice system, racial & ethnic disparities in prisons, cash bail reform, and more.
New club officers are being elected at this meeting! If you're a registered Democrat and not already a member, arrive by 6 p.m. to join and vote.
Momentum for bail reform is gaining steam in CA and nationwide for one simple reason: The current system isn’t working. Just a few days in jail can lead to the loss of a job, child custody, even a home -- yet people who cannot afford money bail can be held for months while awaiting trial. Join Jessica Farris of the ACLU of Southern California and Jonathan Hirschberg of Bend The Arc, a Jewish Partnership for Justice, to learn more about current bail practices and the work advocates are doing with statewide legislators to change them.
Admission is free/donations are gratefully accepted.
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.