Indivisible Yolo newsletter 1/16/23

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Indivisible National Guide to Defeating MAGA- new time

Just a quick update to let you know that the new, updated Indivisible National “Practical Guide to defeating MAGA” is available:

The online “Deep Dive” into the Guide has been rescheduled for Thursday Jan. 26th at 5pm PST. Register here:

New Indivisible Guide!

Download and read: “A Practical Guide to Defeating MAGA”

Thursday Jan. 26th at 5pm PST on Zoom: RSVP for a deep dive into the Guide to Defeating MAGA:

“At Indivisible, a new Congress means it’s time for a new Indivisible Guide. Join us for the formal launch of Indivisible: A Practical Guide to Defeating MAGA, where we’ll break down just exactly how to activate on our new strategy in 2023, whether you live in a community that’s red, blue, or something in between.”

Register here:

Contact info for this session’s members of Congress:

California’s 2 Senators:

A lot of Indivisible Yolo members have a new representative! You can find out whether your representative is Rep. Mike Thompson or Rep. Doris Matsui here.

Open House for Mike Thompson

Monday, January 23 from 4pm-6pm
622 Main Street, Suite 106, Woodland, CA 95695

Mike Thompson is the new representative for a lot of Indivisibles in Yolo County. He’s announced the opening of a new office in Woodland and an open house:

If you attend, you can let him know you’re an Indivisible Yolo member and that you expect him to stand up to MAGA extremism, support progressive policies, and not cave in to Republican attempts to use the budget and the debt ceiling as hostages!

Community event: “Remembering Roe” hosted by Planned Parenthood Mar Monte

In Davis Saturday, Jan 21 12pm or virtual Sunday, Jan 22 6pm.

“Come together with friends, family, and neighbors to reflect on what would have been the 50th Anniversary of Roe v Wade. As we embark on a new Post-Roe era, let us decompress within a creative community space as we discuss the realities of the reproductive rights movement, abortion stigma, and a sneak peak at the 2023 policy landscape for protecting reproductive rights in California and Nevada.”

Details here:

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