Indivisible Cedar Mill is a progressive, grassroots political group that follows the Indivisible Guide. We have monthly meetings (Zoom during Covid) with local guest speakers. Our meetings are informational with a focus on following our local political scene as well as State and Federal. Our membership is activist in nature with an emphasis on members being active in the community through our county Neighborhood Leader program as well as letter and postcard writing. Our speakers range from State representatives to activists in other progressive causes. We regularly call our Members of Congress to urge them to support or oppose legislation. We also participate in bi-weekly zoom calls with our legislators.
The in person meeting is cancelled. We’ll be meeting on Zoom. Check your email for a revised e-newsletter with the Zoom link. If you have trouble finding it, please email Karyn at email@example.com
See you all on Zoom!
Your e-newsletter has all the details for our in-person monthly meeting on Monday (Aug. 2nd). (Check your spam folder if you can’t find your e-newsletter.) It will be wonderful to be together, outside and in person for a meeting full of information and motivation.
ICM meeting will be on Monday, August 2nd, Social time 6:30, meeting time 7 pm. Details to follow in our monthly e-newsletter early next week.
The push is on! Call your senators, contact your networks to call their senators. At yesterday’s call with Senator Merkely, he advised us that The For the People Voting Rights Act will be coming up in August and pressure from the people can force filibuster reform that has blocked it from debate so far. We need to speak up every day and show up in Washington D.C., if possible, so that the whole country knows what is at stake.
As they say, Just Do It! Call your senators
COINversation with Senator Merkely. This is an intimate group of Indivisible ONLY. We have 156 people signed up so far, let’s get to 200!
Check your e-newsletter for the link to sign up. Let’s show up, ICM! Our advocacy matters!
Tomorrow, July 7th ICM Deadline for Democracy Rally across from the Beaverton Library at 5 pm.
Saturday, July 10th, ICM potluck snacks at 10 am. Check your e-newsletter for details. Come and help assemble kits for Blanchet House to which generous ICM’ers donated.
Monday, July 12th ICM monthly meeting. Social time 6:30, meeting 7 pm. Check your newsletter for the Zoom link. State Rep. Maxine Dexter will be our speaker. Come to hear about the legislative session and her take on where we are with COVID, health care and more.
Defend the Right to Vote!
Across from the Beaverton City LIbrary on SW Hall St.
12375 SW 5th St
Beaverton, OR 97005
When: Wednesday, July 7, 5:00 PM
Indivisibles all over the country will be attending events like this. We need to show up and have our voices heard!
We need to show our Senators that there is overwhelming grassroots support for voting rights and the For the People Voting Rights Act. Come join us as we hold signs and call for protecting our Democracy and protecting the right to vote for all. We must stop the erosion of hard run rights to voting access for all. What happens with voting rights in every single state and to every single person affects all of us. Bring signs and friends!
Event Issue Focus: Deadline for Democracy
Lisa Stiller created this event for us, please RSVP and join us on Wednesday, July 7th at the Beaverton Library from 5-6pm to hold signs.
Our ICM monthly meeting is happening on the SECOND MONDAY in July because of the 4th of July holiday!
We want to make sure all of you can come so mark your calendar for July 12th to gather together for inspiration, motivation, and for our great speakers!
We ICM’ers have a vision for the future we want to create in this country and in our own area. We’re stronger together.