We’ve been trying to get out more – networking with activists, meeting candidates, a rally now and then. We even went to a Tea Party meeting, but that’s another story. We’ve met a lot of people, most of whom weren’t doing anything like this a year ago. We’ve learned a lot. 

But the casual conversations almost always come down to something like this: “blah blah I don’t know if I’m making a difference. I’m probably not doing enough.” Enough is enough.


  • Monday, June 12, 6:30-8:30 Citizens Town Hall with with State Rep Brigid Kelly and State Senator Cecil Thomas. Artsville in Madisonville. So much happens at state level! Free. Limited seating. Reserve a spot!
  • Monday, June 12, 6:30-8:30 SW Ohio Healthcare Town Hall with State Rep Alicia Reese and ProgressOhio. Urban League, 3458 Reading Rd.
  • Wednesday, June 14, 6:30-8:30. Wesley Lowery, Author of They Can’t Kill Us All: Ferguson, Baltimore and a New Era in America’s Racial Justice Movement. Mercantile Library. $10. Free to Mercantile members. Reservation required.
  • Volunteer! If you want to touch the past touch a rock. If you want to touch the present touch a flower. If you want to touch the future touch a life. Anonymous


The Senate works on Healthcare this week. Hear what Claire McCaskill told Orrin Hatch in the Finance Committee meeting after an aide whispered in his ear. Make sure committee member Rob Portman hears from you!


It its review of Republican Senators who questioned Comey last week, the conservative National Review praised their “high minded pursuit of the truth [and] good sense not to commit themselves to the defense of indefensible actions and statements by Trump.”We hope these Senators value Country and Constitution over Party. Maybe it helps when they know their constituents are paying attention.Need new talking points? Great suggestions at the bottom of this template.  


Most of us have never lived through a time like this. We have much to do and it will take a long time. But there are many of us. This map shows just the Indivisible groups! This story provides an overview of resistance groups and describes the myriad ways people are getting involved. 

Many people over a sustained time, nudging the needle a little bit closer to justice. It’s worked before. Do something.