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  • Sunday
    Jan 28 2018
    Southwest WA Virtual Organizing Meeting (Whole Washington)


    Calling all organizations, groups and individuals who are ready to organize the biggest impact we can have at gathering signatures for Whole Washingtons I-1600 in SWWA.

    SWWA Friends:

    We have a final ballot initiative to the people from Whole Washington to bring universal healthcare to WA state: No. 1600!

    All residents would be covered under a single plan with no deductibles, copays or networks. It is time to do what every other major country has adopted and provide healthcare for everyone. Let’s take insurance profits and administrative burdens out of doctors’ offices and save our state about $9 billion a year while covering everyone. Now is the time to end medical debt and bankruptcy. We have the power to change our system - let’s use it this year.

    If you would be willing to help get signatures, let me know. We need 300,000 & everyone counts!

    Please use one of the methods below to join the meeting.

    Hi there,

    You are invited to a Zoom webinar. When: Jan 28, 2018 6:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Topic: Whole Washington I-1600 SWWA Super Voluteers

    Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://zoom.us/j/733977147

    Or iPhone one-tap :

    US: +14086380968,,733977147#  or +16468769923,,733977147# 

    Or Telephone:

    Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location): 
        US: +1 408 638 0968  or +1 646 876 9923  or +1 669 900 6833 
    Webinar ID: 733 977 147
    International numbers available: https://zoom.us/zoomconference?m=dqwkDHtimPm22U6q9miNUy42OL0_AxkM
  • Sunday
    Jan 21 2018
    Disability March 2018: march with us online!


    Disabled and mad? March with us online at disabilitymarch2.com by uploading a photo and a short statement describing what issues you are facing in the US today. Conducted in solidarity with the Women's Marches of Jan. 20-21. See more at disabilitymarch2.com.

  • Thursday
    Jan 4 2018
    Support the Clinton Street Theater with a Kiva Loan


    On a blustery winter's day, I want to shout out to the world, "Thanks to all my generous investors!!"

    I am now in the public phase of the project, and I have until February 22nd to secure all of the funding. This is an "all or nothing" fundraiser!

    We are 31% of the way there, and includes almost 200 individuals and lending groups from all over the United States and the world. Your generosity is humbling, and I am so grateful for your belief in what we are creating together at the Clinton.

    Our mission is to support the community through the power of independent film and live events, and receiving this Kiva loan means we can continue to do this better than ever.

    Kiva is an international nonprofit, founded in 2005 and based in San Francisco, with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty. Kiva celebrates and supports people looking to create a better future for themselves, their families and their communities.

    Running a small business is difficult in the best of times, and I'm proud that we've been able to keep the Clinton Street Theater running mostly in the black for the six years of our ownership, but we have a lot of goals that we can't reach on our day-to-day operating budget. This $25,000 loan will be used to pay off some debt, and then fund some serious infrastructure projects. The list is long, but here are some of the things we want to do: build a new door to the auditorium, replace the 35mm platter system with Reel-to-Reel projection, make the bathrooms more accessible, lay new carpet, install LED lights in the marquee--like I said the list is long.

    Unlike other crowdsourcing endeavors like Kickstarter or IndieGoGo, there are no perks. This is a business investment. Kiva helps folks put together this no-interest loan for us, and you will be paid back without interest over the next three years.

    If you're interested in making this loan a reality and helping us get to the next level, please go to this page:


    Let me warn you--Kiva is quite addictive. When I received the first loan and became a Kiva member, I found lots of ways to help other entrepreneurs both locally, in other parts of the United States and the world. My own lender portfolio includes a hot sauce maker here in Portland and a women's cheese coop in Kenya. Take a look around on the site. We can do lots of good when we work together in community. Thank you for believing in what we do and for your support of the Clinton!

  • Thursday
    Apr 13 2017
    Democracy for America DFA


    Democracy for America is committed to identify, recruit, train, staff, and elect the next generation of leaders who are ready to fight for racial and economic justice. DFA Night School is crucial to that work.

    Night School is our online campaign skills instruction, where some of the savviest campaigners in the movement lead you through virtual trainings on field strategy, volunteer recruitment, coalition-building and power mapping, paid/earned media and messaging, finance planning, grassroots fundraising, and more.

  • Sunday
    Apr 9 2017
    Ready to Resist


    MoveOn, Working Families Party and others provide weekly webinar training on resisting the current administration. On this Sunday's Ready to Resist call, we'll hear how we can raise our voices in support of the people of Syria and against reckless, dangerous, and illegal military action. We'll also prepare for the next two weeks of action over the congressional recess, when members of Congress will be home and during which MoveOn members and allies are already planning hundreds of actions including the Tax Marches on Saturday, April 15. Rep. Maxine Waters and Rep. Barbara Lee are among featured speakers.