Indivisible Roosevelt Island Group Formed To Fight President Donald Trump's Agenda - Indivisible RI NYC Meeting Tonight March 28 At Senior Center
Roosevelt Island resident Janet Falk reports:Our next in-person meeting is Tuesday, 3/28/2017, at 8 pm in the Senior Center, 546 Main Street.— Indivisible RI NYC (@indivisible_ri) March 25, 2017
Indivisible Roosevelt Island, one of 4,500 local groups in the national Indivisible network, will meet on Tuesday, March 28 at 8 p.m. at the Carter Burden Senior Center, 546 Main Street. Join your neighbors to discuss new and continuing forms of grassroots activism and issues of concern.
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According to Indivisible, it is:
A practical guide For resisting the Trump agendaIndivisible Groups are located
Former congressional staffers reveal best practices for making Congress listen.
all over the United States
Ms. Falk reported on the January 21 NYC Women's March:
... I attended the march with a group of about 150 people from Roosevelt Island....and:
...It was an amazing day, both for the camaraderie of everyone sharing and photographing their signs, guesstimating the size of the crowds, cheering when helicopters and drones appeared overhead to photograph the enormous size of the crowds and feeling that you were a part of something bigger than yourself.The group that was formed following the NYC Women's March is Indivisible Roosevelt Island.
Over drinks at Riverwalk, we decided to form a group for Social Action in connection with the Roosevelt Island Seniors Association, to keep our elected officials aware of our concerns and keep them motivated to fight the good fight. Schumer, Gillibrand and Maloney have a tough road ahead. They need to know that we support them and are keeping our eyes on them....
Ms Falk adds:
Indivisible Roosevelt Island is an advocate for equality and justice. We serve as a clearinghouse for:
We had our first meeting on February 9.
- information about the current administration
- how to contact our elected officials to express our concerns about proposed legislation, regulation and nomination that we believe are detrimental to American society and the US economy
- meetings, rallies plus letter-writing and phone calling campaigns.
There is a weekly newsletter, a private Facebook account and a Twitter account. The email address is Indivisiblerinyc@gmail.com