Indivisible Events – Two Opportunities to Get Involved in Early February, Join Us!
speakers, postcards, pizza, + kid’s art table
Join local activists:
- learn about issues
- support legislation
- all materials provided
Saturday, FEBRUARY 9, 11am – 1pm, Preservation Hall, 335 Main Street, Wellfleet, Mass. 02667, info: 508 237 3133 ~ this event is free ~
Presented by: Cape Cod Student Activists, Cape Cod Women for Change,capecool.org, Climate Action, Indivisible Outer Cape, Wellfleet Dems, Wellfleet Families for Peace and Justice and Down Cape Downwinders, Lower Cape Indivisible, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, Outer Cape Democratic Coalition, Sunrise Movement, and more!
DEMOCRACY IN PERIL: AND WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT!
An Interactive Talk With Common Cause Massachusetts *Executive Director Pam Wilmot
SUNDAY, FEB. 10, 3:00 – 4:30, First Parish Brewster Unitarian Universalist
1969 Main St./Rt. 6A, Brewster, MA 02631
America is at a crossroads. More than any other time in recent history, we are facing increasingly aggressive onslaughts to our democracy from:
• A president who disregards norms upon which we have long relied
• Party loyalists who purge voters & twist the truth to disenfranchise hundreds of thousands
• Weak voting & anti-corruption laws across the country, & more
Pam will discuss the democracy agenda at state and national levels including reforms like National Popular Vote, Automatic Voter Registration, Campaign Finance Reform, Redistricting, and HR1. Learn about the four major issue areas Common Cause Massachusetts addresses and how YOU CAN ACT:
• Ethics & Accountability
• Money & Influence
• Redistricting & Gerrymandering
• Voting & Elections
The event is free and open to the public.
Arrive early to ensure seating.
Parking is located behind the church & across Rt. 6A in special events parking lot.
*PAM WILMOT is Executive Director of Common Cause Massachusetts, a post she’s held since 2002, as well as from 1989-1993. An advocate for government reform and consumer and environmental issues for over 20 years and a frequent commentator on Massachusetts public affairs, she is responsible for leading democracy reform efforts statewide, as well as serving as a lobbyist and managing Common Cause’s Boston office. She is a graduate of Brown University, Northeastern University School of Law, and Smith College School for Social Work.
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