Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Resist... and have some donuts.

Lots of ugly, stupid, and frankly frightening things coming out of the Trump administration just in the first few days. But we are organizing, resisting and standing up for our country and our neighbors here in Barron County. Join us to...
  • Defend the rights of our Somali community and other immigrants
  • Protect Affordable Healthcare, Medicare, and Social Security
  • Demand meaningful action on Climate Change and protect our clean water
  • Hold Trump accountable for flagrant conflicts of interest and appointing white supremacists to the highest levels of government
  • Protect our great public schools from private takeovers, and more...
Part of this effort will be Donuts with Democrats events, where we will discuss tactics and actions including the Indivisible Guide strategy for influencing elected officials and opportunities within the Citizen Action Western Wisconsin Co-op:

Monday, Feb. 6 at 10:00am - Cumberland Public Library (map)
Monday, Feb. 27 at 10:00am - Rice Lake Public Library (map)

Lots of other opportunities to take action coming up as well...

Climate Change Film Screening
Monday, Feb. 6 at 6:30pm - Cumberland Public Library (map).

Citizens Climate Lobby is presenting the film "Before the Flood" followed by a discussion of the carbon fee and dividend option, which may be the most likely option for moving us closer to a hydrocarbon-free future.

Citizen's Water Lobby Day
Wednesday, Feb. 8 at 11:30am - State Capitol, Madison

Conservation groups from around the state are holding a Citizen's Water Lobby Day in Madison to defend our right to clean water and demand that our lawmakers protect our lakes, rivers, wetlands, and groundwater.

There are FREE buses to the event leaving from Eau Claire and Ashland. Click here to reserve your seat on the bus.

Monthly County Party Meeting
Thursday, Feb. 16 at 6:00pm - 16 W. John St, Rice Lake (map)

Our regular monthly meeting will get you up to speed on all of these activities, as well as local spring elections, updates from the state party, and more.