Aug
2
7:30 PM19:30

Cannon Valley Indivisible Meeting

Location TBA

https://www.facebook.com/cannonvalleyindivisible/


Cannon Valley Indivisible, inspired by the Indivisible Guide
Our CVI Resource Guide
Contact Rep. Jason Lewis: District office @ 
(651) 846-2120, DC office @  (202) 225-2271
Contact Sen. Al Franken: St. Paul office @ (651) 221-1016, DC office @ (202) 224-5641 
Contact Sen. Amy Klobuchar: Metro office @ 612-727-5220, DC office @ 202-224-3244

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Jul
13
7:30 PM19:30

Cannon Valley Indivisible Meeting

Location TBA

https://www.facebook.com/cannonvalleyindivisible/


Cannon Valley Indivisible, inspired by the Indivisible Guide
Our CVI Resource Guide
Contact Rep. Jason Lewis: District office @ 
(651) 846-2120, DC office @  (202) 225-2271
Contact Sen. Al Franken: St. Paul office @ (651) 221-1016, DC office @ (202) 224-5641 
Contact Sen. Amy Klobuchar: Metro office @ 612-727-5220, DC office @ 202-224-3244

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Jun
22
6:00 PM18:00

Release MN 8 Fundraiser

From The Facebook Event Page:

Last fall in Minnesota, eight Cambodian men were detained by ICE. These are Cambodian refugees who came to the US when they were very young. Five of them have been deported to Cambodia, some having never even been there because they were born in refugee camps outside of Cambodia. The RELEASEMN8 team has been working for months to achieve justice for these families, and fundraising for legal costs to fight for their release. For the families of those deported, the financial and emotional strain is heavy.

Jewish Voice for Peace - Twin Cities is partnering with the RELEASEMN8 to hold a fundraiser for families to help with legal costs, as well as day-to-day costs associated with meals, rent, medical care, clothes, etc., anything that would make their lives a little bit easier during this time.

DETAILS:
Film Screening of Sentenced Home, a documentary about deported Cambodian refugees
Thursday, June 22
6-8pm
Boneshaker Books

Following the film we will have a discussion with folks from the RELEASE MN 8 organization to go more in depth about this crisis. We will discuss the current situation here in Minnesota, as well as racist immigration polices that allow these situations to happen.

We ask for at least a $10 donation.

BACKGROUND ON RELEASEMN8:

https://www.cambodiadaily.com/weekend/foreign-homeland-129951/

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/deporting-refugees-is-wrong-the-case-of-chamroeun_us_58df0c7ce4b03c2b30f6a673

http://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/the-minnesota-eight-dont-want-to-be-deported-to-a-country-theyve-never-lived-in

https://www.mprnews.org/story/2016/11/23/under-deportation-threat-cambodian-refugee-awaits-hearing

https://www.mprnews.org/story/2016/09/15/cambodians-facing-deportation

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Jun
13
6:30 PM18:30

MELT Meeting

From MELT:

In these divisive political times it’s easy to get wrapped up in headlines and become distracted from attending to the immediate needs of people around us. If we truly care about the well-being of our country, it’s important that we actively demonstrate compassion to keep community members in need from getting lost in the partisan divide.

At MELT’s next meeting we will discuss members’ ideas for activities to participate in over the next few months that would help our communities thrive. These activities could be done as a group or individually. They could possibly involve providing something tangible that someone needs through donating garden produce to the local food shelf; or maybe time could be spent offering emotional support to people who feel marginalized. Bring any ideas you have for demonstrating compassion in your community. Every idea involving compassion is a good one. Hopefully we will motivate and inspire each other to actively help make this country become the best experience it can be for our neighbors.

You are invited to join us for our next meeting on:

 

Tuesday, June 13th

6:30 - 8:30 pm

Culver's Meeting Room

960 Hwy. 3 South

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Jun
5
7:30 PM19:30

Cannon Valley Indivisible Meeting

From CVI:

Dear Friends,

Our next general meeting is coming up on Monday. We're pleased to announce that most of the meeting will be devoted to a candidate forum with Angie Craig, 2016 DFL candidate for Congress from CD-2. Just as CVI seeks to pressure our current elected officials to represent our priorities and interests, we're also invested in reaching potential future elected officials and helping them get in the habit of listening to their constituents. Stay tuned for additional candidate fora in the next few months.

Here are the meeting details:

Monday, June 5, 7:30-9 p.m.
First UCC of Northfield, Sanctuary
300 Union Street


Please join us, and bring a friend!

Please also consider attending he event "This is Medicaid" - part of a campaign to protect Medicaid in Minnesota - which takes place tonight at 6 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran Church, 500 3rd St., Northfield. Here's a link to the event page so you can learn more. 

Did you know that Congress is on recess this week? Consider calling Rep. Lewis's Burnsville office (651-846-2120) and asking when he'll be around. Or stop by the office - no need to make an appointment, although you can try doing that, too - and maybe you'll catch him in the act of serving his constituents. Stranger things have happened!

Your in solidarity,
Kathy, Louis, and the whole CVI coordinating team

 

https://www.facebook.com/cannonvalleyindivisible/


Cannon Valley Indivisible, inspired by the Indivisible Guide
Our CVI Resource Guide
Contact Rep. Jason Lewis: District office @ 
(651) 846-2120, DC office @  (202) 225-2271
Contact Sen. Al Franken: St. Paul office @ (651) 221-1016, DC office @ (202) 224-5641 
Contact Sen. Amy Klobuchar: Metro office @ 612-727-5220, DC office @ 202-224-3244

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Jun
4
3:15 PM15:15

SURJ Meeting

From SURJ:

Hi all -
 

A reminder that we're meeting this Sunday at 3:15 in the Cannon Valley Friends Meeting (512 Washington St. South), where we'll be discussing dominant narratives about immigration in Northfield and how to design living room conversation activities that target these narratives.

Additionally, a giant thank you to everyone who has been involved with tamale sales the past few weeks - we raised $300 two weeks ago and $450 this past week, and the funds are now also going towards mental health/anxiety relief trainings for members of Northfield's Latinx immigrant community. Thank you all for all of your support, and please continue donating to the youcaring fund as you are able (https://www.youcaring.com/ricecountyvecinosunidos-824484) since there will not be any tamale fundraisers while Carleton students are on summer break.

Thank you again, and hope to see you Sunday!

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May
26
10:00 AM10:00

Buy Delicious Tamales, Support Vecinos Unidos

From SURJ:

This week we will be hosting another fundraiser for Rice County Neighbors United/Vecinos Unidos and the establishment of a Northfield Immigrant Rights Coalition. Please support our fundraiser Friday, May 26th from 10:00am-2:00pm in Sayles. The money we are raising will support the weekly costs of the Latinx community like child care, travel expenses, and healthy snacks. It takes money to keep organizing going, and we need you to help out!! All are welcome!!

Northfield's Latino and immigrant community is at constant risk from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the deportations, harm, and anxiety they cause. Immigrants and allies are coming together to form a coalition of people, institutions, and local government officials committed to prevent the harm and danger that deportation causes to Northfield. We need your help to fundraise money to keep organizing efforts going!! Right now, we need a small amount of money each week to pay for travel costs, childcare, and healthy snacks that organizers from Rice County Neighbors United/Vecinos Unidos, Northfield are paying out of pocket. Please come to support our fundraiser on Friday: there you can learn more about organizing in Northfield as well as buy a tamal and donate money to the cause.

In solidarity,

- Cruz Morales, SURJ-Northfield, and friends

 

Also, you can always donate directly to the cause here:

https://www.youcaring.com/ricecountyvecinosunidos-824484

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May
21
3:15 PM15:15

SURJ Meeting

From SURJ:

We will have our next open meeting Sunday at 3:15 at Cannon Valley Friends Meetinghouse (512 Washington St. S) - we will be discussing Northfield culture and working together to brainstorm topics and goals for our living room conversations around immigration

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May
21
2:00 PM14:00

Gender 101: A Facilitated Discussion


GENDER 101 is a facilitated discussion about the nature of gender and the way that our ideas about gender impact our daily lives. The event is inclusive and non-judgmental. All are welcome to attend - no prior knowledge is required.

Held at the Northfield Public Library, Sunday, May 21st from 2-3:30pm.

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May
20
7:00 PM19:00

Latino (And Friends!) Play Festival

The Latino (And Friends!) Play Festival is this weekend, put on by Northfield High School students, and it's incredible!! Please go if you can. There are two more performances: Friday May 19th and Saturday May 20th at 7 pm at the Northfield Arts Guild Theater. 411 3rd Street W. Suggested donation, $15

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May
19
7:00 PM19:00

Latino (And Friends!) Play Festival

The Latino (And Friends!) Play Festival is this weekend, put on by Northfield High School students, and it's incredible!! Please go if you can. There are two more performances: Friday May 19th and Saturday May 20th at 7 pm at the Northfield Arts Guild Theater. 411 3rd Street W. Suggested donation, $15

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May
19
10:00 AM10:00

Buy Delicious Tamales--Support Vecinos Unidos

SURJ Northfield will be selling tamales Friday in Sayles from 10-2 to raise funds for Vecinos Unidos' organizing around immigration in Northfield. If you can't make it by but would like to donate, there is also a YouCaring page here: https://www.youcaring.com/ricecountyvecinosunidos-824484. All donations are greatly appreciated and make a big difference!

Directions for people unfamiliar with the building: When you enter the front door of Sayles, if you turn right, just past the info desk and across from the pastries and drinks Bon Appetit sells, there's a series of tables against the front wall. Some of them will be selling flowers from Forget Me Not florist, but the others will be students tabling for various initiatives including us selling tamales! There's also a definite chance we'll sell out before 2, just FYI, although we purchased more than last time so we should be good.

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May
18
6:30 PM18:30

Exploring Faith and Compassion in Rice County

From ISAIAH:

“May 18th, 6:30-7:30: Exploring Faith and Compassion in Rice County: 6:30-7:30 at Northfield United Methodist Church. The agenda will include a faith reflection and relationship building; stories from three local faith leaders about how their faith calls them to act in the areas of health care, immigration, and clean energy. Then we will have a brief discussion of what it looks like to put our faith into action in these areas and offer some possible next steps. There will be lots of time for engagement and questions.”

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May
12
5:00 PM17:00

Town Hall w/ Time Walz & Angie Craig

From Cannon Valley Indivisible:

Greetings, CVI-ers!

Representative Tim Walz (MN-CD01) has organized a town hall meeting, co-hosted with Angie Craig, for Minnesota's Second Congressional District.  Since Jason Lewis won't schedule public meetings with constituents - and yes, it's once again a recess set aside for representatives to do just that - this is a great chance to hear about what's going on in Washington, DC.  Great chance to ask questions about health care, the investigations into Trump administration ties to Russia, James Comey and whatever other issues are on your mind.

Change your plans and make time for this important event:


Friday, May 12
5:00-7:00 p.m.
Apple Valley Senior Center
14601 Hayes Road, Apple Valley


Hope to see you there!
Kathy, Louis and the whole CVI coordinating team -  Andrea, Angelique, Beth, Christine, Jeff, Karla, Kate, Kristi, Lisa

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May
4
4:00 PM16:00

Join MELT in Packaging Food for Kidz

Due to other commitments, MELT will not be meeting in May, but we will be trying to actively help lives thrive.

You are welcome to join MELT in packaging Food for Kidz. The mission of Food for Kidz is to package and distribute nutritious meals to hungry children and their families where crisis has struck and there is an immediate need. Please consider donating your time to help package food for one or both shifts:

4:00 - 5:30 & 5:30 - 7:00 pm

Thursday, May 4th, 

Crusader Civic Center, 116 Alabama St. SE, 

Lonsdale, MN

For more information about this charity, check out www.foodforkidz.org.

If you can't make it to this event, we hope to see you at our next meeting in June!

Best Regards,

Julie

www.MELTintheUSA.org

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May
2
7:30 PM19:30

Cannon Valley Indivisible Meeting

Location TBA

https://www.facebook.com/cannonvalleyindivisible/


Cannon Valley Indivisible, inspired by the Indivisible Guide
Our CVI Resource Guide
Contact Rep. Jason Lewis: District office @ 
(651) 846-2120, DC office @  (202) 225-2271
Contact Sen. Al Franken: St. Paul office @ (651) 221-1016, DC office @ (202) 224-5641 
Contact Sen. Amy Klobuchar: Metro office @ 612-727-5220, DC office @ 202-224-3244

 

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Apr
24
6:00 PM18:00

Meeting of the Coalition on Immigration

From an email:

I am attaching the list of groups and what they shared during their participation at the meeting on Friday April 7th 2017.

Our next meeting of the coalition is next Monday April 24th at 6 pm at the Emmaus church.

If you know of other people or groups that couldn´t come to the first meeting and wish to participate please invite them!

Mar Valdecantos with Marlene Rojas, Lucy González Mirón and Taide Rodriguez Marcial

Rice County Vecinos Unidos/Neighbors United, Northfield and El Super Barrio Latino

Attachment Content:

Notes about the groups that participated in the Great Coalition meeting on Friday April 7th 2017 at 5:30 pm, Emmaus Church Northfield.

Presenter, Mariano Espinoza. Event sponsored by El Súper Barrio Latino and Rice County Neighbors United, Northfield.

 

David Bly, representative of the Northfield district

 

-People can contact him about anything related to the government, Rice County.

-Supports and signed the bill of driving licenses.

-He also worked with Mariano Espinoza and others and was a co-sponsor of the Dream Act so children of immigrants had access to education.

 

Daniela Kohen

 

-Part of a group of support created by residents that are citizens

-Still in the process of being created: They are working on organizing a network of people volunteer to drive people without driving license.

-Still in the process of being created: Organize a fund of donated money to help people on immigration matters. –Already made: An alert message system to warn the community when immigration services are in Northfield. People will get a message with the alert.

 

Marie Grey

 

-Over 15 years in the community.

-UCC member.

-The UCC church has an apartment available and people who wants to help.

-UCC is a sanctuary church.

-At 5pm she and Regi were going to be at the apartment in case people wanted to see it.

 

Julie Ryan

 

-Represents MELT (Make Every Life Thrive)

-She gave an example of how to interact with sharing cards with a message to initiate conversation and share.

-The group meets at Culver´s meeting room every month.

 

Carol and Dottie

 

-They are members of the Bethel Church/members of ISAIAH/ and the Indivisible Group

-They participated in several of the meetings prior to the coalition one.

-They announced the Indivisible meeting on Tuesday April 18th, St. John´s Lutheran Church at 7:30.

 

Father Denny Dempsey

 

-St. Dominic church.

-All the churches are ready to help in case of an emergency.

-There is a room available in his house in case of an emergency.

-If you want a list of people available to offer a secure place contact:

 UCC and St. Dominic´s churches.

-He can help finance bail ($7.500)

 

Susan Moreno

 

-She is part of a network of neighbors offering their houses as sanctuary.

-They have at least 4 homes.

-They are putting together two teams of quick response and they are working on more.

 

 

Heather Lawrenz

 

-She is part of the administrator of the Northfield Arts Guild.

-They came to offer their help.

-Heather came to learn more about what it´s been done and what is left to be done.

 

Corinne Smith

 

-Northfield Commission of Human Rights: Responds to any unfairness in the community.

-The commission meets every second Thursday of every month at 7 pm.

-Educate the community about diversity and create connections.

-It is present after the Spanish mass in Spanish every Sunday to collect the complaints.

 

Kathryn Lozada

 

-Co-coordinator of the community school with Laura Berdahl.

-They offer academic resources and other programs.

-They create connections within the community.

-Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:30 - 8:00 pm.

-Space available to meet with lawyers, teachers, etc...

 

Carolyn Fure-Slocum

 

-ISAIAH leader.

-They have worked on immigration related issues

         Examples: Driving licenses, sanctuary cities, help churches to train them on becoming sanctuary churches.

-Help lobby for this.

-Summer program with Carleton students to help fill documents to build their immigration case by going door to door.

 

Diana Montero and Helen Forsythe

 

-From the group YPAC (Youth Group who helps with social justice)

-They are here to help.

 

Cecilia Cornejo

 

-Professor of media studies at Carleton College (non fiction film maker)

-Working on a project in documenting the Latino community, especially the Mexican community.

-During next summer she will travel to the hometown of the Northfield Latino community with Father Denny Dempsey and students to the cities in Veracruz of Maltrata and Orizaba.

 

Kassa and Clara

 

-Carleton College students.

-They are interested that “white people” talk more about what “people of color” have to suffer.

 

Mar Valdecantos

 

-Project to create a book with the stories of people in the Latino community to have it be a part of the Northfield History.

-It is a project lead by the Northfield Human Rights Commission, the City of Northfield, Carleton students and professors and the Northfield Historical Society.

 

Ben Casper

 

-Summer program at Carleton with 2 native Spanish speaking students, 3 total.

-They will work family to family need based to build their immigration cases.

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Apr
23
3:15 PM15:15

SURJ Meeting

From their most recent newsletter:

We wanted to provide some updates after cancelling last week’s meeting. The core team (Sarah T, Kessa A, Clara H, Gus L, Cathy O, and Linne J) has been meeting regularly to try to figure out exactly what role SURJ-Northfield can fulfill in the community without duplicating the efforts of other groups or taking up unproductive space in racial justice organizing. (We’ve also been thinking a lot about the critiques put forth in this article, which we definitely recommend reading: https://theestablishment.co/whites-only-the-caucasian-invasion-of-racial-justice-spaces-7e2529ec8314.) What seems clearest to us right now is that SURJ has a unique capacity to help fundraise for POC-led organizing as needed, while focusing on education around race and racism in predominantly-white spaces. What this looks like going forward:

  • We’re going to restructure our open meetings so that they’re more of an opportunity for us to educate ourselves more about race and whiteness/practice strategies for having conversations on these topics. We’re going to start this new structure at this Sunday’s meeting - April 23rd at 3:15 PM at the Cannon Valley Friends Meetinghouse, 512 Washington St S - an agenda is attached if you want to look at it (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1L_p9OwkC1HAQxKcvQ3rGE1WjOFpN0q-1COy8DFfu5eM/edit?usp=sharing)!

  • Rice County Vecinos Unidos, El Super Barrio Latino, and a number of other groups have been holding coalition meetings to organize support for our Northfield immigrant community. They would love a large showing from SURJ members - the next meeting is Monday, April 24th at 6 PM at Emmaus Church, and feel free to contact one of us if you need help with transportation. In addition, they need funding for consistent, reliable childcare, lawyer's fees for lawyers speaking at the meetings, and snacks and other side costs. A few organizers have been paying this out of pocket, but could use our support. We’ll be collecting cash and checks at the next meeting or in person/Carleton mailboxes (if you can make them out to Sarah Trachtenberg, I promise to get the funds directly to Mar Valdecantos, who is organizing this - we’d just rather not have to make her deal with depositing a number of separate checks. You can also Venmo @Sarah-Trachtenberg-1) Any excess funds will be used to support future organizing and/or costs associated with legal fees, etc. Please, please bring a few dollars to the next meeting or send them our way beforehand - this is an easy way to redistribute resources and support local organizing in Northfield.

  • If you’d like to be more involved in helping with this restructuring and visioning process or planning the trainings we’ll be doing at Sunday open meetings, please reach out - we’re always happy to have more voices!

 

Best,

SURJ-Northfield Core Team

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Apr
22
11:00 AM11:00

March for Science Minnesota in St. Paul

March for Science Minnesota in St. Paul. Facebook event page here.

From the event page:

*NOTE* March starting point to be announced at a later date.

March will start at 11 am. Rally will start at 12 PM.

Welcome to the OFFICIAL Satellite March in St Paul, Minneosta. Everyone is welcome to participate, this includes all genders, nationalities, and races. We are nonpartisan.

Website: www.MarchForScienceMN.com
Twitter: @ScienceMarchMN
Facebook: www.Facebook.com/MarchforScienceMN
Email: info@marchforscienceMN.com
Instagram: @marchforsciencemn

Mission Statement:
The March for Science champions publicly funded and publicly communicated science as a pillar of human freedom and prosperity. We unite as a diverse, nonpartisan group to call for science that upholds the common good, and for political leaders and policymakers to enact evidence-based policies in the public interest.

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Cannon Valley Congressional Recess Town Hall
Apr
18
7:30 PM19:30

Cannon Valley Congressional Recess Town Hall

Town Hall Hosted by Cannon Valley Indivisible. From their newsletter:

We're hoping to see you all Tuesday night!
 

Dear Cannon Valley Indivisible,
 One week from today we'll host our second Town Hall, and we need your help to make it a success. Here are the important details:

Congressional Recess Town Hall at St. John's Lutheran Church,
500 3rd St. W., Northfield, 7:30 pm, Tuesday, April 18


And here's how you can help:

  1. Spread the word. Forward this email or download and send this poster (designed by the fabulous Doug Bratland) to as many people as possible. Share our Facebook eventVolunteer to put up printed posters in your church, school or town. (We're especially eager to see posters up in Cannon Falls, Burnsville, Lakeville, and Eagan.) We have some extras to hand out, or you can print the poster yourself.
  2. Play a role at the Town Hall. We need volunteers to serve on the welcome committee, to collect and sort question note cards, to set up and strike chairs.
  3. Show up. If you need a reminder of the stakes of the work we're doing, read Jason Lewis's recent letter to the editor in the Northfield News, in which he dismisses Sarah Weeks's valid criticisms and accuses his constituents of being incapable of respectful, reasoned discourse. Show up to the Town Hall and help us prove Lewis wrong.

Office visits!  Lewis is in his office this week, and we're organizing groups to drop in and say hi. Reply to this email with your preferred day and time if you'd like to join one of the groups already going.

Can't go in person?  We'll help you record a video greeting for Jason Lewis, and get it to his attention via social media.

Finally, here's a reminder of the dates for upcoming general meetings:

  • Tuesday, May 2nd
  • Monday, June 5th
  • Thursday, July 13th
  • Wednesday, August 2nd

Hope to see you Tuesday and then again on May 2nd!

In solidarity,
Kathy & Louis

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Apr
10
6:00 PM18:00

A meeting of Socialists in Northfield!

From the Facebook Event Page:

We are hosting a meeting of socialists (or if you are interested in socialism) to talk about what socialism means for us in Greater Minnesota and what a socialist strategy could look like for the Northfield area.

Some things we will address:
- Overview of socialism: its analysis and strategy
- How we can work together to take action here!

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Apr
7
5:30 PM17:30

A Coalition of Groups with Rice County Vecinos Unidos/Neighbors United

Friday April 7th, at Emmaus Church, 5:30-8:30 (Not on Thursday to avoid a conflict with Growing Up Healthy)A Coalition of groups. We are inviting all the groups working on this (diversity issues in Rice County), Rachel Matney´s group, Olivia Frey´s group, Churches: St. Dominics and UCC, Isaiah, Growing Up Healthy, Indivisible, Nortfhield United in Love, and whoever wants to come so we create this big coalition and work together to avoid duplication of efforts.

 

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Apr
5
7:30 PM19:30

Cannon Valley Indivisible Meeting

From their newsletter:

Our next meeting will take place Wednesday, April 5, 7:30-8:30 p.m.
, location TBA. We'll do some role-playing to prepare for further visits to Rep. Lewis's office (I'll pretend to be Jack Dwyer!) and you'll have an opportunity to record additional questions via video to ensure that Lewis is receiving a steady stream of messages from his constituents, regardless of whether he attends the town hall. We may also hear from a group of St. Olaf students who will be visiting Lewis in Washington, D.C. later this week.

In other news, we've scheduled the next few monthly meetings (all at 7:30 p.m., location TBA) to make it easier for you to plan ahead:

  • Tuesday, May 2nd
  • Monday, June 5th
  • Thursday, July 13th
  • Wednesday, August 2nd


Cannon Valley Indivisible, inspired by the Indivisible Guide
Our CVI Resource Guide
Contact Rep. Jason Lewis: District office @ 
(651) 846-2120, DC office @  (202) 225-2271
Contact Sen. Al Franken: St. Paul office @ (651) 221-1016, DC office @ (202) 224-5641 
Contact Sen. Amy Klobuchar: Metro office @ 612-727-5220, DC office @ 202-224-3244

 

 

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Mar
26
3:15 PM15:15

SURJ Meeting

We'll be having our next open SURJ meeting this Sunday at 3:15 PM at the Cannon Valley Friends Meeting (same location as two weeks ago), 512 Washington St. We'd love to see you there, and as always, childcare is available if necessary!

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Mar
23
5:30 PM17:30

Rice County Vecinos Unidos/Neighbors United

Emmaus Church, 5:30-8:30: Jesús Torres, immigration lawyer from the De León and Nestor immigration law firm will come to answer questions and start the process for everybody to be ready with their power of attorney letters and delegation of parental rights. After this first visit of the lawyer we will have a better idea of what is needed and if and when he can come back.

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