*(If you are in a rush, skip directly to the ACTION ITEMS below) Hi, Michelle here. Yesterday I traveled up to Albany to meet with other NYS Indivisible leaders to discuss our goals for 2018. My brain is full, and I took copious notes. It will take a few blog posts to get it all … Continue reading Indivisible NY 2018 Meeting
Dear Fellow Indivisible Glen Cove Members: Over the summer our meeting came up with some questions to ask local candidates for City Council. We have the first in what we hope will be a series of responses. Thanks Annie Phillips, for getting back to us! (Our words are in italics; Annie's are in regular font.) … Continue reading Candidate Questions: Annie Phillips Responds
These are images from Charlottesville, Virginia last night. These are white people in their twenties and thirties. Like me. These are people who are in my generation, the millennial generation, the one frequently lambasted for “participation trophies” and “needing safe spaces.” These are people that look like my coworkers, my colleagues, my brothers, my cousins. […] … Continue reading Repost of A Blog about Charlottesville: To My Fellow White Americans
Okay, at this point I think we can all agree the #45* White House is a clown car of crazy. Some of us may feel compelled to rubber-neck the wreck, while others of us are turning away in disgust, vowing never to read another newsfeed again. But it is time to re-focus our energies. Whatever … Continue reading Resist Federally, Act Locally
Annie Phillips is one of the founding members of Indivisible Glen Cove: Let's help her get elected to City Council in 2017!
Our next meeting is this coming Thursday, 6/15/17, at 7 pm, at the Glen Cove Public Library. We realize that this conflicts with the Glen Cove Democratic Party fundraiser, and as a result some of you won't be able to attend. But for those of you who can, we have decided this is a … Continue reading Next Meeting 6/15/17
On November 7th, Glen Cove will elect a new mayor and city council. Our Indivisible group should play a large role in shaping the progressive platform locally, and in educating and turning our our constituents. Because there are more than 300 of us, we can influence the local Democratic platform. To that end, we will spend … Continue reading We Need a Platform!