Friday, August 16 - Marie Newman Canvass / Asamblea Comunitaria / Unlock Civics Cookout
ctions You Can Take Today
Meet at 9:30 a.m. at 5539 N Broadway for training
Action 2: TOMORROW - Asamblea Comunitaria with Organized Communities Against Deportations from 10 a.m. to noon at 3253 W Wilson Ave
Action 3: Chicago Votes Unlock Civics Cookout on Saturday, August 24 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at La Villita Park (2800 S. Sacramento)
Action 1: TOMORROW - Canvass for Marie Newman in Bridgeport
We will provide scripts, clipboards, pens, water, and any other supplies you need. You can also download the MiniVAN app on your phone in advance. Be sure to dress for the weather--wear comfortable shoes and bring sunscreen.
We will meet at 5539 N Broadway, Chicago, IL 60640 at 9:30a. Promptly at 9:30a, we will have a brief deep canvassing training, then we will drive to Bridgeport and knock on doors. We estimate returning to 5539 N Broadway by 1:30 p.m. at the absolute latest.
Action via Coalition for Change IL3
Action 2: TOMORROW - Asamblea Comunitaria
Join Organized Communities Against Deportations for a community conversation covering current issues that impact the immigrant community. Refreshments and childcare provided.
When: Saturday, August 17 from 10 a.m. to noon
Where: 3253 W Wilson Ave
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Action via Organized Communities Against Deportations
Action 3: Chicago Votes Unlock Civics Cookout on 8/24
Join Chicago Votes for our upcoming Unlock Civics Cookout where we will be re-imagining democracy and uplifting the effects of racial capitalism. This is the last of a series of Give A Sh*t Happy Hours that Chicago Votes is doing with the University of Chicago’s GenForward Survey.
The intersection of racial capitalism and democracy has been at the core of Chicago Votes’ work over the course of 2019; from registering voters in pretrial detention to passing two laws that increase access to the ballot box for black and brown people in the criminal justice system. This event will be a celebration of our volunteers and partners to highlight the progress we have made together to break the civic chains that have confined black and brown people's voices for far too long. We have taken a huge step this year in dismantling the power structure that has given oppressors control over the lives of the oppressed. We have a long way to go, but we should celebrate these victories when they are achieved! And we all love a good party, so join us!
When: Saturday, August 24, 4-7pm
Where: La Villita Park, 2800 S. Sacramento (underneath the canopy)
Action via Chicago Votes