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Monday June 5 – An Evening Event – Resistance Can Be Fun

Join us for some fun Resistance activities hosted by Indivisible Shasta on Monday June 5th, 6:30 pm at Upper Lodge, Mt. Shasta City Park. Bring friends and family for an evening of learning from others and sharing your own action skills. Get silly or get serious.

Get your photo taken with our new and improved substitute Congressman, then turn that photo into a postcard expressing your opinions and mail it to Doug LaMalfa. We’ll help you video a message using your own smartphone. Discover a new app for sending video messages to your members of Congress.   Share “phone a Member of Congress” techniques and learn how important personal phonecalls are.  Learn how to write and send a letter to the editor to inspire and inform others, and find new ways to turn your social media time into a more effective resistance tool. It’s an evening guaranteed to boost your spirits! Everyone welcome!

Join us and have a little fun with others who are also working hard to resist the Trump/Pence/Ryan agenda.

Indivisible Shasta community meeting

On Wednesday March 29th at 6:30pm newly formed Indivisible Shasta will hold an introductory meeting at POPS Performing Arts and Cultural Center, 5819 Sacramento Ave, Dunsmuir, California 96025.

Everyone is invited to attend and to bring friends.

We are a nonpartisan group of Siskiyou County citizens who want to make sure that our Members of Congress understand the impacts of their votes on the lives of local people. We are formed to resist the Trump agenda as the impact of his policies become clear to people who voted for Trump as well as those who didn’t. All our efforts will be focused over the next four years on influencing the actions of our three members of Congress.”

The Indivisible Shasta Steering group will explain the Indivisible strategy and show how people can become involved in the organization. Over 5000 Indivisible organizations have been formed throughout the United States. Come discover how you can be a part of our local Indivisible group.