Indivisible Chatham, NY

INDIVISIBLE CHATHAM NY

In northern Columbia County, in the 19th Congressional District, hundreds of citizens are following the efforts of Indivisible Chatham NY (ICNY), a chapter of the grassroots movement based on the principles outlined in the Indivisible Guide. We are working with our fellow Indivisible chapters and other resistance groups throughout the district, opposing the agenda of the Trump White House and pressuring our members of Congress to uphold the democratic ideals upon which our nation was founded.

We also publish a weekly email Newsletter:

What’s new?

Bum Rap

Having given lots of thought to the rap-focused attacks against Antonio Delgado, we created the following graphic for our social media campaigns.  Let us know what you think.  There is also a link so you can download a pdf version to share with your own contacts, friends and family.  Bum Rap6

 

 

Their Worst Nightmare

This may also be downloaded in pdf form here – Worst Nightmare2

 

 

 

 

And see our new Faso Facts Cards.  

They are available in print form.  Contact us if you’d like some to share.

 

INDIVISIBLE CHATHAM NY

ICNY was established in January 2017 with two foundational principles:

  • In order to work together, we must model the values of inclusion, tolerance, and fairness.
  • Donald Trump’s agenda will take America backwards and must be stopped.

Moving effectively toward our goals, we have active teams working on:

  • Voter Education, Registration and Get Out The Vote
  • Immigration
  • Speak-Out Educational Forums
  • Resistance Research

Indivisible Chatham NY Steering Committee:

Alan Gelb, Brenda Gevertz, Elizabeth Hess, Judith Katten, Jeffrey Lick, Gwenn Mayers, Michael Robbins, and Joanne Trapanese

If you’re ready to resist, contact us at moc.l1537281334iamg@1537281334ynmah1537281334tahce1537281334lbisi1537281334vidni1537281334   OR   signup for our Weekly eNewsletter here.

 

ICNY Wins Acclaim at UofA event - Die In

IndivisibleChathamNY hosts a Die In at Congressman John Faso’s Kinderhook office

 

 

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