This week Indivisible: Conejo's "365 DAYS TO VICTORY!" meeting offered strategy, tactics and motivation we'll need to flip Congress in 2018 -- work that continues this month! On Wednesday we'll be back in the streets, protesting Trump's Tax Scam; on Tuesday we'll back in the CVUSD board chambers, fighting another extremist censorship attempt. Our work is just getting started!
Indivisible: Conejo steams toward its all-important Nov. 4 general meeting, "365 DAYS TO VICTORY!", with Issue Action Team meetings and phone banks to flip the Virginia state legislature. Our Postcard Party, penning notes to voters in southeastern and southwestern VA, was a rousing success (as always). Check it all out!
Even as our Issue Action Teams lead the way in preparing for our "365 Days To Victory!" general meeting on Nov. 4, Indivisible: Conejo had much to celebrate this week. A fundraising initiative for Sherman Alexie's "Part-Time Indian" forced CVUSD to fund purchases of the book itself, while participation in our phone banks reached new heights. Read all about it in this week's newsletter!
Healthcare has brought a heatwave in our political climate, as well as here at home in the Conejo Valley. Our activists joined protests in Simi Valley aimed at keeping the heat on Rep. Steve Knight for his Wealthcare vote; and #RiseUp4Healthcare is trending, with our activists' healthcare stories picked up in the Twitter feeds of Senator Kamala Harris and Rep. Julia Brownley. And that's just healthcare...read on for the other fronts on which Indivisible: Conejo has taken action this week.
National, state, and local issues - this week had it all. Indivisible: Conejo activists kept their eye both on the national healthcare bill and California's proposed SB54 "The California Values Act" and SB562 "The Healthy California Act", which deal with local law enforcement's role in Federal immigration, and single-payer healthcare, respectively. But issues much closer to home required the group's prompt and energetic attention as a religious faction's power play on the Conejo Valley School Board resulted in censoring books in the high school curriculum. Read on for the details...