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May 24 Meeting Notes

If you missed A4D’s May meeting and want to learn about the app tool that can amp your activism—Climate Action Now—plus other meeting content, you can read the meeting notes here. Mark your calendars now:

  • next general meeting on Tuesday, June 28 at 5:00pm;

  • in-person outdoor summer gathering on Tuesday, July 26 (details to come); and

  • taking a break the month of August!


Indivisible Tuesday with Senator Wyden & Representative Blumenauer

Tomorrow

Tomorrow, Tuesday, June 7, from 11:30am to 12:30pm it’s time for Indivisible Oregon’s regular Zoom meeting with staff from the offices of Senator Wyden and Representative Blumenauer. It’s a great way to join fellow activists, make your voice heard, and be sure members of Congress know what’s important to you. Register here.


It’s Time to March for Our Lives

It’s time to take to the streets again in the wake of the unthinkable gun tragedies in Uvalde and Buffalo. It’s time to demand lawmakers act to save lives! Join a March for Our Lives march near you. Marches are taking place this Saturday, June 11, from 11:00am to 2:00pm Pacific time across the country and locally in Portland, Beaverton, Sherwood, Vancouver, and Salem. To sign up for the Portland march, go here. To learn more about March for Our Lives, follow this link.


Damned to Extinction

COIN Movie Night & Panel Discussion

Care about salmon? Care about orcas? Join COIN for a screening of Dammed to Extinction, a film about how four dams on the lower Snake River are causing a scarcity of chinook salmon and pushing the critically endangered southern resident orcas toward extinction. A panel discussion will follow the film. Join the Zoom event on Tuesday, June 14, from 6:00-8:00pm by registering here, where you can also submit questions for the expert panel members.


Clackamas County Clerk Has Got to Go


Th vote count debacle in Clackamas County, which resulted in significantly delayed returns in Jamie McLeod-Skinner’s Congressional race, was disturbing. County Clerk Sherry Hall, who is an elected official, has had many missteps in her 20 years in office. This is such a crucial time for elections; we cannot afford more inefficiency and poor publicity.

Please consider writing a letter to the editor to make your concern known, prevent future mishaps, and replace Sherry Hall this November with her opponent Catherine McMullen, an experienced election professional.


Write GOTV Letters

United Power PDX in conjunction with Swing Left is sponsoring a Get-Out-the-Vote letter writing campaign. To participate, please visit this site. Once you place an order for letters, you can pick them up and drop them off at Olive Or Twist’s patio, located at 925 NW 11th Avenue. For more detail, visit United Power PDX’s website.


Match Success!

A4D’s fundraising campaign, which was matched by national Indivisible up to $500, paid off! In April $190 was received and in May, $310. Thank you to everyone who donated!!

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