Throughout North America and globally, May 1 is a day to remember and respect workers’ rights as human rights. As working people take to the streets in communities around the world, a quieter but equally important movement of workers on both sides of the United States–Mexico border has been growing. Read more here…
** Action Item – Help flip the State Senate to a pro-environment majority **
Join Washington Conservation Voters , Washington Environmental Women’s Alliance and other community partners to kick off election season with 100 days of action! They will share with you some of the strategies this election season, discuss some key issues and themes for this election, and talk about how we will engage our friends, communities, and neighbors in this critical election. Come ready to take action, ask questions, and share your most pressing issues!
What to do – Plan to attend a neighborhood canvas in the 45th or one of the special election events hosted by Washington Conservation Voters (WCV) this month.
Why it’s important – We must make sure our state government can resist federal environmental rollbacks AND make real environmental progress here in Washington by electing a pro-environment majority in the Senate.
Regardless of what district you live in, this election is going to take all of us working together as Washingtonians, fighting for environmental progress and justice.
Ready for secure, affordable, and comprehensive health care coverage for all? Come to the screening of the new documentary “Now is the Time” and panel discussion including a perspective on Senior issues with 32nd Senior Opportunity Committee Chair Birgit Ages.
32nd District Telephone Town Hall Thursday, March 30 @ 6:00 PM
Who – 32nd Legislative District legislators: Rep. Ruth Kagi and Rep. Cindy Ryu.
What – Telephone town hall meeting.
When – 6:00 – 7:00 PM Thursday, March 30, 2017.
Where – Calls will go out to thousands of homes throughout the 32nd legislative district. Residents will be able to listen live and speak with their lawmakers. Those who do not receive a call can participate by dialing 877-229-8493 and using ID Code 116285.
Alternatively, the telephone town hall can be live-streamed:
Sen. Maralyn Chase, D-Edmonds, will host two town hall meetings on Saturday, March 18. The first meeting will be from 10 to noon at the Mountlake Terrace Senior Center and the second will be from 1:30 to 3:30 at the Lynnwood Fire Department. Sen. Chase looks forward to speaking with constituents of the 32nd Legislative District at both events.
Millennial March Meeting – the 32nd LD Millennials are taking over!
The next meeting is brought to you by our 32nd LD Millenials: 1st Vice Chair – Alan Charnley Young Democrats Rep – Victoria Valentine, King County Rep Alternate Jinah Kim, Parliamentarian Dakota Solberg
Breaking News!! See the message below – we are humbled and honored to accept the dinner invitation!
Feb 8th, 2017 32nd District Democrats Meeting
6pm – Dinner curtesy of our Latino Community partners
6:30- Open Mic – welcome to organizing groups
7PM – Becoming and Citizen Activist with Nick Licata
The Latino community would like to attend the first part of your meeting to personally thank the Democrats during these trying times.
We would like to donate a full hot Latin American dinner for 120-150 people.
All the donations will go to the 32nd and we may collect more money this way than with raffles.
This is how Cesar Chavez funded his movement
We can start serving dinner at 6:00.
I would also like 5 mins to address the collective.
If this works, we can do it every month. It is a good fundraiser and great for getting to know us better.
Rosamaria GrazianiComing up: February 8th, 2017 Wednesday
Special Guest Nick Licata – Becoming a Citizen Activist
Join us in welcoming former Seattle city councilmember Nick Licata when he comes to talk about his book Becoming a Citizen Activist: Stories, Strategies, and Advice for Changing Our World.
Licata, one of Seattle’s most effective leaders of political and social change since the 1960s, has written a smart and powerful book, explaining how to get organized, congregate power, and master the tactics for change. Licata s observations on the intricacies of power will not only educate activist who wants to make a difference in today’s world, but will empower them through insightful tools such as effective communication methods.
Now is the time to make a difference.
2017 Legislative Agenda
A discussion and update on 2017 with our 32nd Legislative Action Committee – learn where to put your new skills on how to lobby in Olympia to work!