Saturday, Aug. 25, 2018 at 10 a.m. “Where’s Walden?” Rally and Caravan Send Off Downtown Bend, OR at NW Greenwood & Bond Street Bend event is one stop on the cross-district “Where’s Walden?” caravan led by Oregon District 2 Indivisible culminating in a town hall in Hood River On Saturday, Aug. 25, Bend residents will rally at NW Greenwood & Bond St. as part of a weekend, district-wide “Where’s Walden?” caravan led by Oregon District 2 Indivisible. From the Rogue Valley to Hood River, the caravan will cross Oregon, looking for Congressman Greg Walden, who hasn’t had a town hall for
#StopKavanaugh with us on Sunday, August 26 at 3 p.m. at Peace Corner (Bend & Wall), Downtown Bend On August 26, all across the country, Americans will stand united in commitment to our freedom and our future to demand that the U.S. Senate stop Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination for a lifelong appointment to the Supreme Court. United, we will to fight to ensure Brett Kavanaugh never gets confirmed by the Senate. We will #StopKavanaugh. Join us. Be a part of history on this Sunday’s Unite for Justice National Day of Action to rise up for our democracy and our fundamental rights. We
We now know what measures will be on November's ballot. As part of Indivisible Bend's mission of voting for and defending progressive values, the membership recently voted on formal endorsements related to the following Measures: 102, 103, 104, 105 and 106. Below is a brief summary for each Measure. Indivisible Bend will be supporting the various campaigns that are working to get information out to the public regarding the impact of each of these measures. Measure 102 What is it? A statewide constitutional amendment that will make local affordable housing bonds go further without added cost to taxpayers. The amendment would
Promote - Learn - Advocate - Vote This is our first rodeo of 2018. Let’s post a win right out of the gate and keep up the momentum through the year at each upcoming election cycle! We need your support in promoting, advocating, getting out the vote (canvassing / calling / texting) and voting for Yes on 101. Below is your guide for how to get involved. Promote Yes on 101 with a YARD SIGN! Do you want a yard sign? Reply to this email and we’ll get you hooked up with a yard sign for you to display your support
It was a full house on Thursday, December 7 at the Latino Community Association’s annual fundraiser luncheon hosted at the Unitarian Universalist’s beautiful sanctuary. We heard from a mother of three children who fled the violence in her hometown in search of a better life for her children. She joined her cousin in the US and left behind everything that she knew and turned to a country whose language she did not speak with an unfamiliar culture with the dream of providing hope for her children. She shared with us her story of how she found support from the
As many of you know (some because you joined us at City Hall in a show of support; thank you!), Bend has declared itself a "Welcoming City" to immigrants and refugees and has joined other cities in becoming a member of Welcoming America. Tonight is the start of Bend's official Welcoming Week, which includes a host of activities spanning 10 days: September 15-24. Please see the attached flyer with a listing and short description of those activities and plan to attend as many as you can to show your support for diversity and inclusivity in our fair city.