“What’s Next” This Week Meeting & Events this week for Liberals and Progressives @ NWSOFA-Indivisible A Guide for the week Week of April 9th – April 16th (times vary by event)

“What’s Next” This Week

Meeting & Events this week for

Liberals and Progressives

@ NWSOFA-Indivisible A Guide for the week

Week of April 9th – April 16th (times vary by event)

Your Everyday Source:

Meetings, Events, Hero’s

Deep Dives into the Facts ..

you choose

Just click on the image on the right

to see a complete calendar of events from

NWSOFA-Indivisible —->>>>>

(Updated Daily)

Monday thru Friday

Daily @ 9 AM


Start Your Day off with great conversations.. We talk“Stuff” of the Day!.

Click Here to RSVP and get the Zoom link for Coffee and Conversation

Tuesday April 11th 7:00 PM

Fiscal & Economics April Meeting

We are summarizing the fiscal and economic news.

That news is Amazing:

– New Jobs rose by 236,000 in March,

– The unemployment rate decreased to 3.5%,

– Average hourly earnings climbed 4.2% from a year ago,

– Leisure and hospitality, and government led job creation by sector.

What are the current causes of the Global Inflation Crisis (how is the US doing) ..Is the Economy slowing down .. if so ..is there a soft landing in the future.

Click here to RSVP for the Fiscal & Economic Tuesday Night 7 -8:30 pm April Meeting

Tuesday April 11th 7:00 PM

Freedom from gun violence is one of the many reasons that we are all fighting for progressive values, messaging and candidates.

Please join us for our April 11 meeting and learn what’s happening at the federal, state and local level to reduce and end gun violence. Bring your questions about recent legislation and activism, and learn how you can take further action to prevent gun violence. Featured speakers:

Representative Jennifer Gong-Gershowitz, IL-17

Nina Vinik: Project Unloaded, Founder & Executive Director

Emily Jakobsen: Moms Demand Action, Evanston Chapter

Student Activists from Northwestern and Highland Park High School

Click Here to RSVP for the Zoom Indivisible Evanston “Do We Have to Live Like This – Fredom from Gun Violence”

Wed. April 12th @ 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Gun Violence Survivor’s

Poetry & Storytelling Zoom Presentation

FEATURED READING of poetry and storytelling from gun violence survivors Tamika Howard, Milagros “Millie” Burgos, and Alice Norris

Plus domestic violence survivor Nina Purple Reign

non-violence trainer Orion Meadows, and arts-educator Sista Yo!

The featured reading will be followed with an OPEN MIC @ 8 PM

Click Here to RSVP for Wednesday’s gun violence survivors – poetry and storytelling

Thursday, April 13th @ 7:00 PM – 8:15 PM Zoom

Special Guest Speaker: Sara Knizhnik On Understanding Gun Violence and what we can do!

Need to understand some of the causes – the realities that people face that brings them to violence

How are we as a society failing them

How we can begin to make a difference. As Bill Davis shared-

Click Here to RSVP for Thursday’s Stand With Women (SWW) April program with Special Guest Speaker

Thursday, 4/13 from 7:30-9 pm

Indivisible Rural Illinois Presents: How Can We Find Good Progressive Candidates, and What Resources Are Available to Them?

Recruiting progressive candidates to run for office in downstate Illinois, as well as in other smaller communities and rural areas in the country, poses many challenges.

When they are recruited, these candidates have difficulty finding the financial resources, the training and the volunteers to help their campaigns work. Indivisible Rural Illinois will host a panel of experts that work very hard recruiting progressive candidates to run for offices in Downstate Illinois.

Click Here to RSVP for Thursday Night’s 7 pm .. Indivisible Rural’s “Finding good Candidates”

Every Friday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM

“Happy Hour” every Friday @ 5 PM

End your week off with fun,

lively convesation …

What happened this last week.

Click Here to RSVP for Friday’s 5 PM Happy Hour

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