The Tenth Congressional District Democrats needs volunteers at its Waukegan office to help build a Blue Wave during the upcoming November election. State Representative Rita Mayfield is helping to organize efforts to help our Democratic candidates on a regular basis. The Tenth Dems Waukegan office is located at 118 N. Genesee Street in downtown Waukegan and is open Monday through Thursday from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
North Shore Indivisible is committed to helping citizens exercise their right to vote and make their voice heard. If you seek to help others register to vote, you may be eligible to become a deputy registrar. However, you must act right now. Training classes are forming and you must register at least 48 hours before the training date.
To become a deputy registrar you must:
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Be registered to vote in your county of residence
- Complete a free training program in your county of residence
Training Schedule Spring 2018
LAKE COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY
- Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at 6:00pm Lake County Central Permit Facility, 500 W. Winchester Rd., Libertyville
- Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 10:00am 10th Floor – County Building A, 18 N. County St., Waukegan
COOK COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY
- Saturday, February 3, 2018 at 10:00am Glencoe Union Church, 263 Park Ave., Glencoe
Registration at least 48 hours before training is required
Join us on Wednesday, Jan 31st for a Fossil Free Fast: The Climate Resistance Live Event watch party in Lincolnshire. Meet others in our community who want to organize to build local power and take climate action. Find out what we can do to begin to build the Fossil Free future we need – and connect with folks from Northshore Indivisible and other activists equally passionate about this work. Please RSVP so we can send you updates and last-minute details.
What can we do to protect our environment in 2018? How do we keep up the fight for climate justice? How can our towns still make progress in the face of the Trump administration’s attacks? How do we organize for power outside the capital when the government shuts down?
We know the dangers this administration poses to people and our planet are immediate and real — but we don’t just want to resist Trump. We want to move past him, and rally like-minded people around the country to start building a Fossil Free world now, instead of just playing defense.
That’s why on Wednesday, January 31, the day after the State of the Union, we will come together for Fossil Free Fast: The Climate Resistance.
Fossil Free Fast: The Climate Resistance Live Event
6:30 PM, Wednesday, January 31
UAW Region 4 Office
680 Barclay Blvd
This Affordable Care Act Open Enrollment toolkit provides proven strategies and templates for use in outreach to media and your community in order to raise awareness about Open Enrollment and drive traffic to HealthCare.gov, assisters, navigators, and brokers, and community enrollment events.
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Date: October 17, 2017
Immigrants are our neighbors and shouldn’t have to live in fear. Please call Gov. Rauner today.
Here’s the script:
My name is ___. I am an Illinois resident. I’d like to thank the Governor for his commitment to sign the TRUST Act, and ask that he sign the bill immediately. Thank you.
Springfield: 217-782-0244 Chicago: 312-814-2121
Join us this Friday, August 18, for a Peace Rally in Solidarity with Charlottesville, taking place at Memorial Park (405 Prospect Avenue) in Highland Park at 6:00p.m.
The rally will give community members the opportunity to show solidarity with rejecting the white supremacist ideology that took over Charlottesville, Virginia this past weekend.
It is imperative for all of us – community leaders, faith leaders and all residents – to speak out against racist and anti-Semitic ideology whenever and wherever it surfaces. Hatred and violence have no place in our communities, our state or our country.
In partnership with Consumers Union, North Shore Indivisible’s Camilla Dadey is holding a “How to Maintain a Sustainable Diet” workshop on August 27th at 2 pm. RSVP is requested.
Do you have “Ecoanxiety,” the feeling of dread and helplessness that come with “watching the slow and seemingly irrevocable impacts of environmental degradation?”
If you want to learn easy, actionable steps to help reduce food waste and gain a bit of control over the feeling of ecoanxiety, this workshop is for you.
Consumers Union, the policy and action division of Consumers Reports, is experimenting with a series of training workshops to help people like you think through important purchasing decisions. Camilla has been working with Consumers Union experts to learn about strategies for making our diets more sustainable — good for us and good for the planet. This event will introduce the importance of eating sustainably and what we can do right away to adopt better food habits.
Will you join Camilla? RSVP by email to Camilla by August 22 to reserve your seat. Space is limited. email@example.com
When: Sunday, August 27, 2 – 3:30 pm
Where: Trinity United Church of Christ, 760 North Ave, Deerfield, IL 60015
For nearly eight decades, Consumers Union has been a leader in food policy and advocacy on issues that affect consumers food choices every day, such as genetically modified organisms (GMOs), the excessive use of antibiotics in factory farming and meat production, use of pesticides and chemicals like arsenic in food production, and Bisphenol A (BPA) in consumer food packaging.
Consumers Union seeks to create a more safe, transparent, and equitable food system for all people by leveraging our collective impact with other policy and advocacy partners. You can join Consumers Union in unleashing the world-changing power of consumers by engaging them on social media, taking calls to action for their campaigns, and raising your voice for a trustworthy and transparent food system.