Inclusion, respect, diversity, integrity, transparency, and accountability * Equal rights, opportunity, and representation for all * Freedom of the Press, Religion, Speech, of the People to peaceably assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances United we stand, divided we fall - we are Indivisible!
Rogue Indivisible members decide which bills, legislation, representatives to communicate with via postcards, emails, and calls; in person meetings with representatives; marches and more. Join the group that speaks to your interest, whether it’s writing letters to the editor to researching Oregon State legislation, we have need of your assistance.
Rogue Indivisible is a volunteer group of non-partisan activists trying to make a positive difference both in our community, as well as, influencing issues impacting our country.
When: TBD depends on #45's actions. Description: Rally to show that all Americans need to be clear that we will not stand for anyone being…
Details: “The Healthcare Movie” tells the story of how the health care systems in Canada and the United States evolved to be so completely different, when in the 1950s they…
Workshop conducted by: Rural Organizing Project Overview: Strengthening your group’s security skills, strategies, and tactics for planning public meetings, private gatherings, rallies, and marches, including…
“Fix It!” is a compelling documentary film exploring the crisis in healthcare from the perspective of business owners and employees. Most people are surprised to learn…
Civil discourse is our ability to have conversations about topics about which we disagree, and our ability to listen to each other’s perspectives.
NPR Journalist Diane Rehm
Civility in our democracy is not about squelching assertiveness, protest, civil disobedience, or rigorous discussion of the issues. Civil discourse and deliberation is a set of attitudes, behaviors and skills that support thoughtful, fact and values-based discussions when citizens and public officials do come to the table to talk.
LWV Washington’s Civility in Our Democracy Program
Civil discourse is the forgotten difference between dialogue and confrontation.
Steve Fehl, Saybrook University
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.