Thursday, October 12, 2017

INCO WEEKLY NEWSLETTER 10/12

Our apologies for the delay. A technical glitch and a bit of human error interfered with our usual Monday morning delivery.
ACTION PRIORITIES
 www.indivisible.org
Contact your Members of Congress now.
How will they know what you want if you don't tell them? 

1. Strengthen hurricane recovery in Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. Read Indivisible's report here.

2. Enact sensible gun safety laws to prevent gun-related murders and suicides. "Thoughts and prayers" are not enough. Read Indivisible's report here.

3. Reauthorize the Children's Health Insurance Program.
 Congress delayed reauthorizing a program giving 9 million kids health insurance. Oregon's funds run out by December, Washington's by March. Read Indivisible's report here.


4. The Trump-GOP tax scam.  The GOP is pushing boggling budget cuts to provide more tax cuts for the wealthy. Indivisible's report is here. The Tax Policy Center analysis is here.

5. DACA. Congress needs to enact legislation that provides permanent relief to childhood arrivals. Read Indivisible's updated report here.
INCO Indivisibles in Action
"Thanks to Nancy Cook and Clatsop Community College for encouraging kindness at the Ales & Ideas lecture last night (October 5) at Fort George Brewery, and for inviting us to share info/education about Immigration in this country, how it works and how we can be supportive to many members of our community. Astoria Community Group co-organizers Tiffiny Whitney Mitchell & Steve Bronstein manning the table - a great evening, great subject matter, great energy to spread out in our lives." 
-- 
Nancy Montgomery, INCO Events team leader

Thanks to Nancy for organizing this exciting example of community and business cooperation and outreach.
 If you know of other events that INCO might be able to participate in with publicity, a table, attendance, etc., please contact INCO at incoregon@gmail.com.   
INCO's Faces of Democracy
At recent rallies in Astoria
HAPPENINGS
Check for details and new posts on our events page.

THIS WEEK
NEW DATE & LOCATION: Thursday October 10 - Astoria INCO Monthly meeting, 6 pm - set up & social, 6:30-8 - meeting; Winekraft, 80 10th Street, by the Riverwalk.

Thursday, October 12 - Resistance School - Sustaining the Resistance and Sharing Stories; 6 -8 pm; Seaside Library Community Room


Saturday, October 14 - Warrenton INCO meeting, 11 a.m., Dooger's, Warrenton

UPCOMING
Tuesday, October 17Town Hall - US Representative Suzanne Bonamici, 6:00pm,
Cannon Beach Chamber of Commerce, Community Hall, 207 N Spruce Street

Wednesday, October 18 - INCO Vote the Future Team meeting, Wednesday,  6:30 pm, Seaside Library Board Room

Wednesday, October 25 - Cannon Beach Indivisible, 6 PM, Tolovana Hall. Our special speaker will be Julie Bosworth from Moms Demand Action, a national group formed to work to prevent gun violence and monitor national and regional proposed gun legislation.  The meeting will also include planning for the "Get Out the Vote, 2018" and a Fall and Winter to-do list.  See you there & bring a friend!

Saturday, October 28 - Warrenton INCO meeting, 11 a.m., Dooger's, Warrenton

Tuesday, November 7 - INCO Oppose Bigotry Team meeting, 6 - 7:30 pm, Joan Herman's home in Astoria. All are invited to 
help us plan what proactive activities we want to organize and support. For directions, email Joan at catladyjoan@gmail.com.

Wednesday, November 8 - INCO Reading Group, 6:30 pm, Carolyn Eady's home in Astoria.  This month's book is 'This Flight Is Our Fight: The Battle to Save America’s Middle Class.' For directions, email Carolyn at cebeady@outlook.com.
MEET OUR INDIVISIBLES
A co-leader of the Cannon Beach-Manzanita INCO, Tracy is inspired by these words, "In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends." Read more here.
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"The worst form of liberal arrogance is to dismiss the forces that brought Trump to power and are feeding resurgent nationalism around the world. Nobody was ever persuaded by being made to feel stupid.”

- Roger Cohen, New York Times, September, 2017
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COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS

Public Citizen is a national non-profit that takes on all kinds of issues with government, such as banking regulations that affect our daily lives. Here's a sample of information and suggested action you can take.
 
The power of grassroots activism helped defeat coal trains along the Columbia River. Victory video here with Brett VandenHeuvel, Executive Director of Columbia Riverkeeper.

Get involved with your INCO Community Group today in Manzanita-Cannon Beach, Seaside, Warrenton, Astoria, Washington Peninsula.

The '5 calls' app is a convenient way to make your calls. The app provides phone numbers and scripts so calling is quick and easy. Sign up here.  
 
Questions, suggestions, & photos to INCO at incoregon@gmail.com
Share this newsletter and our website with other resisters. They can join INCO here and ask to join our closed Facebook group.

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INCO Weekly Newsletter   October 9, 2017

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