Indivisibles,  You heard it here first — registration is now open for our summer webinar series!  Our Organizing and Training Department has been working hard to launch a series of webinars to keep you engaged through the summer. We invite you to join us around a virtual campfire for a few meaningful conversations centered around leadership, team-building, and inclusivity.  From leaders in rural organizing discussing issues specific to their communities to how to make a strong and inclusive Indivisible group, we’ve got a webinar for just about any issue you can think of.  Check out our summer webinar schedule below: 

1. Red and Rural Webinar Series Episode #3 – Transformational Conversations  If you’ve been following our Red and Rural Webinar Series, you’ll know we aren’t afraid to get our hands dirty here at Camp Indivisible. In the final episode, we’re joined by special guest Emily Baird-Chrisohon from the Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition, who will guide you through transformational conversations in Red and Rural Communities.  What: Red and Rural Webinar Series Episode #3 Date: Wednesday, June 10th at 8:00pm EST RSVP HERE

2. Making a Recruitment Plan Summer camp is a safe place for people with different skills to come together as a team for field days, challenges, talent shows – you name it! At Camp Indivisible, we’ve identified that recruiting a strong team is not only crucial to us winning in November, but also crucial to all your other organizing goals. What: Making a Recruitment Plan Webinar Date: Wednesday, June 17th at 3:00PM EST RSVP HERE   Date: Wednesday, June 17th at 8:00PM EST RSVP HERE 

3. Building Inclusive Groups  For this webinar, we’ll be covering what it means to organize from an anti-racist standpoint, the impact of white privilege and white supremacy in team dynamics, and how to change the practices of your group for the better. This training is framed for white Indivisible Group Leaders who are ready to do the necessary work of undoing racism in day-to-day organizing, though all Indivisibles who are interested in this content are welcome to attend.  What: Building Inclusive Groups Webinar Date: Monday, June 22nd at 8:00PM EST RSVP HERE 

Date: Tuesday, June 23rd at 3:00PM EST RSVP HERE  4. Payback Project: Planning a Virtual Town Hall  Are you an Indivisible Group planning a virtual town hall for the Payback Project week of action on July 6th-12th? If so, join us to learn how to plan virtual town halls in the time of COVID. You’ll have a chance to hear from Indivisible Groups who have successfully planned virtual events since the pandemic and brainstorm ways to make your townhall successful. What: Payback Project: Planning a Virtual Town Hall Date: Wednesday, June 24th at 8:00PM EST
RSVP HERE  

5. Rural Voices Summit After a long summer, it’s important to gather as a community and have some fun! You won’t want to miss the chance to connect with rural Indivisible groups and rural organizers from across the country for a day of digital celebration, self-care, and rural power building in anticipation of the November election. Hear from rural powerhouses such as People’s Action and RuralOrganizing.org and Indivisible’s own raucous rural caucus about the power of the rural electorate, how to build your rural coalitions, and rural relational organizing in the time of COVID-19.  What: Rural Voices Summit Date: Saturday, June 27th from 11:00AM – 5:30PM EST
RSVP HERE

We hope you’re as excited as we are to kick-off our summer webinar series. We can’t wait to see you there! In solidarity, 
Indivisible Organizing and Training Team
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