Have a Great Weekend!

W&W Friday 6:30pm

Start your weekend off with our monthly Wine & Whine social on Friday, April 26 from 6:30 to 8:45 pm at Capri Cellars in Issaquah.

This is a Indivisible social event for us to gather, giggle and gab about the world around us. You, your friends and family are welcome to join. Wine & Whine starts at 6:30, and you are welcome to drop in and leave as you like. The venue offers a selection of adult beverages, non-alcoholic drinks and food items. No purchase is required. Please note: This event is 21+ and we ask attendees to be vaccinated for Covid, if eligible.

DEI Training Saturday 10:30am

In order to save our democracy, grass-roots organizers must have the awareness, skills & language to be good partners & collaborators without doing harm.

Join Washington Indivisible Network and trainers Lillian Hawkins and LaTricia Kinlow for part 2 of the DEI training, Saturday April 27th from 10:30am – 12:00pm. This week’s theme is Intersections of Identity & Racial Privilege. If you registered for last week’s training, you will be sent this week’s link automatically. If weren’t able to make the first one, it’s not too late to join in! Please preregister at this link.

Through lecture, discussion, and experiential exercises we will take a laser-like focus on unpacking racial privilege, exploring what it means to be White within a society that is racially stratified. We will discuss common ways that privilege manifests itself on an institutional level and how it influences relationships within and across cultures.

Meaningful Movie Sunday 4:00pm

The Meaningful Movies Project along with Fix Democracy First proudly presents an exclusive, free online screening of the thought-provoking documentary,John Lewis: Good Trouble by Dawn Porter. Mark your calendars for Sunday, April 28th, at 4:00pm PST, as we embark on a journey towards positive societal change. John Lewis: Good Trouble isn’t just a film; it’s a powerful call to action and a reminder why it’s important that we exercise our right to vote.

John Lewis: Good Trouble is a documentary film that provides an intimate glimpse into the extraordinary life and enduring legacy of legendary U.S. Representative John Lewis. Spanning over six decades of remarkable activism, the film portrays Lewis’s evolution from a bold teenager at the forefront of the Civil Rights movement to a formidable legislative force.

Following the movie, there will be a panel discussion after the film with activists continuing the work for democracy and justice:

Barbara Arnwine is the President & Founder of the Transformative Justice Coalition, an organization focused on systematic change that achieves racial justice, gender, economic and social justice and human rights.

The Rev. Dr. Derrick Harkins is a senior advisor with Raben, a public affairs and organizational consulting firm, where he uses his extensive political and ministerial experience to help advance the firm’s Faith Strategies Group.

Cinthia Illan-Vazquez is the Executive Director at The Washington Bus, a movement building organization that increases political access and participation for young people across WA.

Cost is free, but donations gratefully accepted to support democracy in action! Please register for the link on Eventbrite.