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Get Ready, Get Set…

Event links: MoveOn, Facebook
Hi everybody!

Saturday is coming up fast!

We look forward to seeing you at 2:00 pm at the Corner of Victoria and Telephone, in front of the Ventura County Government Center.

We are thrilled to be a part of a huge day of protests that is uniting Ventura County residents! PLEASE COME TO AS MANY RALLIES AS YOU CAN as we hold hands across city borders to support our immigrant neighbors as well as those whose pilgrimage for asylum ended in cages. (Updated schedule links below). We show people, with our presence, our signs, and our American flags, how important this moral issue is. Please wear WHITE if you can. However, don’t stress if your closet is currently white-clothing-free. Your presence is more important than clothing.

People are wondering if the “Families Belong Together” issue is as strong as before, due to Trump’s Executive Order to halt the mess he started. The answer is “YES“, “YES“ and more “YES”.

  • +2000 children are still “missing”.
  • When the 20-day limit imposed by the Flores agreement comes into play, kids will be taken away again or end up indefinitely detained. In the phrase “Families Belong Together”, the corollary “and not in cages” can be assumed. However, feel free to add that to your signage.
  • Everyday, ICE takes peaceful, tax-paying parents away from their kids here in America. You’ve been seeing the articles and videos on the heartbreaking separations for a long time. We can never allow ourselves to let that become “business-as-usual.”
  • The kids who had to make to our border for safety by themselves are still being locked up, unable to join with family anywhere.
At a meeting last night, a lot of ideas for signage were brought up and we’ve listed some below. Feel free to use or modify if they appeal. Remember, much of your audience will be in slow-moving cars. Big graphics, big lettering (3″ tall is great), not too long.
  • “Free Immigrant Families”
  • “Where are the children?!?”
  • “No human is illegal”
  • “Stop traumatizing kids”
  • “Remember the 2000!”
  • “Where are the children?!?”
  • “Stop traumatizing kids”
  • “Reunite families now.”
  • “Kids aren’t pawns.”
  • “Families belong together.”
  • “End family detention.”
  • “There is no humane way to detain families.”
  • “Human cages and internment camps are illegal”
  • “Zero Tolerance has Zero Heart”
  • “This is a moral choice, not a political one”

Here are some great sign graphics to use if you’d like.


Can’t use a great sign just once! Give it a tour! Ventura County is INDIVISIBLE!

Warm up your rally muscles in Oxnard at 10:00 am


If you have a chance, head up to Ojai for their event at 12:00


Then zoom in for ours in Ventura!

Just got the information for the Camarillo event that we’re heading to after our own. Join us!

 Santa Barbara County will be busy too.

Carpinteria will be holding their event at 3:00 pm at Peace corner:

Santa Barbara is meeting at 11:00 am at De La Guerra Plaza


Santa Maria is holding theirs at 5:00 pm.

If these events aren’t close enough for you, go here and find one that is.

We look forward to seeing you all on Saturday!

Additional note: Your day doesn’t need to stop after the last rally.
Come out and support “Loud & Queer: A queer artist movement” at the Majestic Ventura Theater. Various leaders in the non-profit sector have collaborated to organize a collection of arts based performances of Ventura County and Los Angeles LGBTQ+ & gender expansive talent. Proceeds will be donated to the LGBTQ+ youth groups of Rainbow Umbrella, One Step a la Vez and Coalition for Family Harmony. Doors open at 6pm, event begins at 7pm. VIP tickets guarantee you seating.


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3/13 – Get ready for the walkout – Part 1 – Students

WASHINGTON, DC – FEBRUARY 21: Students From A Maryland High School Organize Walkout And March On Capitol Demanding Gun Control Action From Congress: (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Pass this information on to any student protesters you know…

(from TheTrace.org)

  • The ENOUGH National School Walkout follows weeks of individualdemonstrations that began to pop up in the days after the February 14 shooting.
  • The youth outreach branch of the Women’s March has provided planning support to the teen activists who have become the face of the movement.
  • There are more than 2,000 different events registered on the official walkout website.
  • Teenagers are leading the demonstrations to show solidarity with Parkland students — and to flex their political potential and put politicians on notice: “We want Congress to pay attention and take note: many of us will vote this November and many others will join in 2020,” the protest’s call to action reads.
  • The walkouts pose a disciplinary problem for school administrators: Some school districts are allowing students who walk out to return to class; others, including the Minneapolis public school district, will ban students who leave school grounds from returning. According to the ACLU, schools may sanction students for missing class, but they may not enact harsher punishments “because of the political nature of or the message behind” the demonstrations.

On getting pushback: Advice for young people walking out of school (truthout)



Original Content from Indivisible Ventura

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Indivisible MARCH Los Angeles

Saturday August 26th 1PM – 5PM

Hosted by Indivisible March Los Angeles and Indivisible Suffragists

Los Angeles City Hall, 200 North Spring St. Los Angeles, CA 90013

We need to show Congress that there is broad resistance to Trump’s agenda. Join us. The predominate voting demographic in the United States currently happens to be women. The date of August 26th was purposefully chosen for the 1st Annual INDIVISIBLE MARCH to rally the voting base for future elections. Women in the United States were granted the right to vote on August 26, 1920, when the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution was certified as law. Thus in 1971, August 26th became designated as “Women’s Equality Day” in America. This August Recess, we intend to acknowledge the 97th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment in 2017 and beyond. Please see the Facebook Event Page for full details.

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