Episode 11: Gun Violence Prevention
We are joined by Barry Graubart, Deputy Chapter Leader for Advocacy for the NY State Chapter for Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, and Indivisible Westchester’s own Amy Gross, a volunteer with Moms Demand Action. Also, an interview with Student Activist Kelly Marx.
Get involved at www.momsdemandaction.org or text READY to 64433.
Barry Graubart, Shannon Powell and Amy Gross
Episode 10: County Legislators Forum
Recorded live during our Westchester County Board of Legislators Forum. Hear excerpts from each of the candidates who are running in contested elections. Election Day is Tuesday, November 5, 2019! Early Voting has come to New York THIS year. Find out more at Voteearlyny.org. Watch the full forum here:
Find out more about the candidates here:
Catherine Borgia: www.electborgia.com
Kitley Covill: electcovill.com
Vedat Gashi: www.vedatgashi.com
Damon Maher: electdamonmaher.com
Colin Smith: www.colin4westchester.com/
Ruth Walter: www.electruthwalter.com
Episode 9: NY State Indivisibles
We are on location at the NY State Indivisible Convening with members of our sister group NYCD-16 Indivisible to talk about what’s next for the resistance in New York State. Also, an interview with Jarret Berg, co-founder VoteEarlyNY, who gives us the basics on Early Voting in NY State and how we can spread the word.
Find out more about Early Voting in NY at www.voteearlyny.org.
Follow our sister group at nycd16-indivisible.org.
Episode 8: Mueller
We talk with two activists about “reading” the Mueller Report and his recent testimony, and an interview with Justin Hendrix, co-founder of the Mueller Book Club
Find out more:
Shelley Berlincourt, Shannon Powell and Jessica Ettinger
Episode 7: Census 2020
We discuss why the Census matters, the damage Trump has done, and how we can help make sure everyone is counted.
For more information on the Census or to sign up to help: www.census.gov/partners/2020
Kim Snyder, Ximena Francella, Harley (IW summer intern), and Shannon Powell
Episode 6: Reproductive Rights
We discuss reproductive rights and the Reproductive Health Act with Acacia Bamberg Salatti*, Executive Director of Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic Action Fund, and Annemarie Uhl, Chair of the Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic Action Fund and PPHP Votes. Also, an interview with Catherine Lederer-Plaskett from WCLA Choice Matters.
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*Since taping this episode, Acacia Bamberg Salatti has become the Chief of Staff for Rep. Jahana Hayes, CT.
Episode 5: Disinformation
Watch video of the forum here.
Episode 4: Get Involved in Local Elections
How and why to get involved in local elections, and an interview with Catherine Parker, Westchester County Board of Legislators Majority Leader, who previews upcoming local races.
Take the 2020 Indivisible Pledge here.
Episode 3: Youth Speaks
We hear from two high school seniors about Trump, climate change, abortion right, gun violence and more. Plus an interview with Abe Baker-Butler, 17-year-old co-founder of the Westchester Student Coalition Against Gun Violence.
Shannon, Angelina and Brandon.
Episode 2: The Lazy Activist
How to get involved in big and small ways and an update from Sarah Reeske, NY Upstate Organizer for Indivisible Project. After listening visit the websites and pages mentioned in the episode:
Indivisible Westchester on Facebook
Sign up for the Indivisible Westchester weekly newsletter
Email IW to find a group near you: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Reeske, NY Upstate Organizer for Indivisible Project
Episode 1: Ten Things I Hate About Trump
Such a big list but so little time plus a chat with Dr. Suzanne Burger about the dangerous situation in the White House. After listening find out more about Westchester Citizen Therapists at westchestercitizentherapists.com and read Donny’s full blog post here.