We believe that the next four years depend on Americans across the country standing indivisible against the Trump agenda. Our Portsmouth group is committed to raising our voices to influence our Members of Congress and to organizing local opposition and activities that will make a difference for our community, our state, and our nation during these challenging times.
Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/1626875727326097/ and on Twitter at @IndivisblePNH
Creating positive change through grassroots action focusing on protecting the environment, peace, human rights, respect and inclusion for all. Find us on Facebook:
Facebook: Indivisible New Hampshire (closed group- request membership)
We were started on January 15 by Linda Rhodes and Peter Miller, as part of a nation wide effort by MoveOn and Indivisible. We organized to influence our MoC's using the Indivisible Guide, and decided to focus on the national issues Indivisible highlights, and also to focus on voter rights in New Hampshire.
Our facebook group grew to over 1000 members in three months. We are action oriented and are building an organization for the long haul.
Resist Trump Tuesdays - a weekly 4pm rally at Sen Jeanne Shaheen's Dover office (340 Central Ave) to let her staff know our concerns, support her when she does the right thing, and question her when she has not yet taken positions. We then stand outside, hold signs, and make our presence known.
Weekly call to action - Sunday night or Monday, we post a weekly list of 4-5 phone calls or other simple actions our members can take that week to make a difference. This will include at least one action focused on voter rights in NH.
Periodic group meetings - getting members together in informal 'coffees' or in larger more formal meetings to plan actions, write postcards and letters to teh editor and to get to know each other.
Wednesday Phone banking 5-7pm to support America Vote's efforts to defend voting rights in NH
Facebook: New American Africans
A 503(3) (c). When a refugee family is resettled, they get support from the federal government for about three months. We step in as that period ends, and work to ensure successful acculturation. Our most vibrant program is our youth program; we offer a free African urban-hip hop class and one on one academic tutoring. Our dance class is how most teens come into our program; from there, they meet up with our youth director and frequently, they begin to come to his after school sessions where they can strengthen their academic skills.