Coronavirus: What To Do

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Thanks to Indivisible, we have a built a real sense of community throughout the county – let’s be sure to support each other as we face this pandemic.

Here are some important resources to have handy during these trying times:   The New York State Department of Health has set up a hotline at (888) 364-3065 where Department of Health experts will be available to answer questions regarding COVID-19 including information about testing for those who have had contact with an infected person.

Click here to access the Westchester County Department of Health’s webpage for updated information about the virus and how to protect yourself. 
Click here for information the most updated information from Johns Hopkins University’s Coronavirus Resource Center.
Click here to connect with Volunteer New York for ways to help out during the crisis

Dr. Suzanne Burger is a clinical psychologist in Westchester who counseled survivors of 9/11 and has served as a member of the American Red Cross’ Disaster Mental Health Team during Hurricane Sandy. Suzanne will provide information about our natural fight/flight/freeze responses to threat and offer evidence-based tools for reducing reactivity and anxiety during this critical time. She will be joined by Dr. Amy Gross, a licensed school psychologist and meditation teacher, for Q&A. Join Zoom Meeting here:

Meeting ID: 493 856 609
Password: 62694

Despite coronavirus, there are still village elections in Westchester on Wednesday, March 18th. Click here to read who is on the ballot.

Stuck At Home? Postcard!
Help CD17-Indivisible send postcards informing voters that one of the congressional candidates running to replace Rep. Nita Lowey blocked progressive legislation by helping Republicans gain control of the State Senate. 
                  – or- 
Fight Voter Suppression in NC. Postcard to bring 10,000s of purged voters back on line – we sent out 2,000 postcards just last week. Email communications@indivisiblewestchester.
org to get started.

DISINFORMATION WEBINAR Disinformation is at an all-time high as we head into the 2020 election, and coronavirus and the upcoming Census are additional targets. Understanding the dynamics of disinformation is a crucial first step in disarming it. Learn about disinformation from the comfort of your home! Kim Snyder is presenting and the grassroots media group, Demcast is sponsoring. Register for the webinar here.

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Indivisible Westchester is a movement of neighbors and friends working together to protect the core values of this great nation. We promote policies and legislation that are based on inclusion, respect, justice and nonviolence. With a focus on the local level, we support progressives running for office and we hold elected representatives accountable.

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