COURTHOUSE Women’s March – Bans Off Our Bodies Bring your signs and your fury. We will be standing up for reproductive rights. It’s time to take action to let the Government know we disagree with the decision to over turn Roe V Wade. Now is the time to act.
WHERE: Grants Pass High School 830 NE 9th St, Grants Pass In front of the school WHEN: Wednesday June 8th. 1:30 pm WHY: They are asking us to show up as they take their stand against this national horror-show. Join us in letting them know we have their backs!
We need a volunteer to help us at our booth this Saturday May 7th from 11 – 2 pm. Merlin Community Park off Galice Rd. If available to lend a hand, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Much obliged!
Come to the Growers Market this Saturday (no rain in the forecast) to help Get Out the Vote this primary season! Get your steps in by placing no-contact door hangers in mapped neighborhoods. Please meet us at the Grants Pass Growers Market near the railroad tracks at 11am. Any questions? Please contact email@example.com
In 2010, trans advocate Rachel Crandall, head of Transgender Michigan, created the Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV) to raise awareness about transgender people and draw attention “to the poverty, discrimination, and violence the community faces.” Every March 31st, the TDOV is a celebration of the lives and contributions of a wonderful tapestry of trans lives, […]
Senator Merkley’s office is sharing scholarship and internship opportunities that they’re hoping to get some great Oregonians to apply for. They’re currently accepting and interviewing applicants for the Summer and Fall intern cohorts. The plan is to have interns in DC, remote around Oregon, with some full time in-person or hybrid, depending on number of […]
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson Is Poised to Become the First Black Woman to Serve on the Supreme Court. Her parents told her that her name translates to “lovely one.” On February 25, 2022, President Joe Biden named Judge Jackson to become the 116th Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, a historic nomination […]
The Legislature ended its 32-day session after approving a balanced budget and making investments in communities across Oregon. The new funding will support construction projects, services, and economic development that move Oregon forward. Democrats passed policies to address homelessness, support working families and small businesses, drive down the cost of living, invest in community safety […]