Feeling frustrated and angry about what’s going on in our country? Feeling powerless to change it?
Come join your neighbors for an evening of INSPIRATION and EMPOWERMENT that will include:
- Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant: The fight for Single Payer health care.
- King County Councilmember Rod Dembowski: Protecting Puget Sound from the Trump EPA.
- Expert speakers on critical issues: Immigrant Rights and Sanctuary Cities, Investigating Trump ties to Russia, Defeating Dave Reichert, Flipping the 45th LD, and more.
- Activist Fair: Learn easy, effective ways to take your activism to the next level, and network with other progressive activist groups.
From newbies to seasoned activists, this event is made for you!
Indivisible groups across the country are organizing and growing stronger. We are winning key battles against Trump and unjust policies based on exclusion, hate, and greed. Defeating Trumpcare and the Muslim travel ban was just the beginning… Activists, Assemble!
In cooperation with
- WA Indivisible
- Edmonds Neighborhood Action Coalition
- WA District 9 Indivisibles
- Everett Resistance Movement
- and other local Indivisible chapters
Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant
The Fight for Single Payer Health Care
Kshama Sawant is not a career politician. She is an activist who brings a passion for social justice to her work as a public servant. As a member of the City Council, Kshama pledges to be a voice for workers, youth, the oppressed and the voiceless. She only accepts the average workers’ wage and donates the rest of her six-figure salary to building social justice movements.
King County Councilmember Rod Dembowski
Protecting Puget Sound from the Trump EPA
As a member of the King County Council representing District 1, Rod Dembowski is working to improve transportation, protect the environment, ensure equal opportunities, and reform County government. Rod has represented District 1 on the County Council since February 2013, and since that time has not missed a single vote. Rod serves as the Chair of the Transportation, Economy, and Environment Committee.
State Committeewoman, Democratic Party, Simone Gomes
Immigrant Rights and Sanctuary Cities
My name is Simone Gomes. I was born in Brazil and I became US Citizen in 2006. I am a passionate and dedicated Immigrant’s rights activist. In January 2017, I was elected State Committeewoman for Snohomish County, for Democratic Party. I am currently working as Program Support Manager at Edmonds Community College, ESL Department. I have been serving Immigrants & Refugees and elevating their voices.
My mission has been empowering immigrants and refugees students to accomplish their educational goals and guide them through the citizenship process so they may be successful in their own pathway. My goal is provide support to my customers and community using my voice for everyone that struggles for equality and inclusiveness and for those who are mostly in a venerable position suffering in silence and each person that calls this country home: Immigrants, Refugees/Asylees, Women, People of Color, and LGBTQ.
Judith Kolokoff, @IndivisNSeattle
Understanding and Fighting Fascism
Judith Kolokoff has been a teacher and an activist for human rights all of her life. She worked for the American Friends Service Committee for seven years as the regional director of the Pacific Northwest Region with particular emphasis on peace with justice in the Palestinian/Israeli conflict. She has made her mission stopping fascism in the United States government by educating Americans at the grass roots level, so we may recognize early the fascists’ climb to power, and understand how to cut short that climb.
Stephen Wilhelm, @Indivisible_WA8
Indivisible Washington’s 8th District Activities – Defeating Dave Reichert
Stephen Wilhelm is a retired engineer living in Edmonds. He was not politically active previously, but now he thanks Donald J Trump for helping him discover a new passion for politics.
Leslie K. Brown, @Edmunds_NAC
The Facts: Mr. Trump and The Russia Connection
Leslie K. Brown has been an activist her whole life, working with community advocacy programs which support women impacted by violence and sexual assault. She also has been working in international development since 2008 on humanitarian and children’s rights issues. She has recently become a community organizer with the Edmonds Neighborhood Action Coalition and the Outreach Team Leader for the Save The Children Action Coalition-Washington.
As an activist committed to fighting Trump’s agenda, Leslie is focused on the key issues confronting us today: the GOP’s failure to establish an independent commission to investigate Trump’s ties to Russia, the continuous violations of the Emoluments Clauses of the Constitution which prohibit Mr. Trump from receiving anything from a foreign power, and Trump’s refusal to release his tax returns.