Bias and Racism Workshop on Saturday, May 18
This is a reminder to register for Indivisible Ferndale’s “Bias and Racism Workshop.” Join the entire Ferndale City Council, Ferndale Schools Superintendent and Ferndale High principal, Beth Anderson, Ferndale Elementary principal, Jeremy Griffith along with members of our community at this event. We believe this workshop will be a transformative experience for all of us.
LUNA de colores needs our help
In 2003, Lynn McCulloch started Latinos Unidos con Norteamericanos de todos colores (LUNA de colores) as a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit. LUNA’s primary mission was and still is to fund scholarships for Latino preschoolers and for graduating Latino high school seniors. The group sponsors two 2-day preschool scholarships at $1,711 each and $500 scholarships for graduating seniors. To date, 21 high school and 29 preschool scholarships have been awarded.
IF members, Jackie Cory and Sylvia Tubb, are LUNA board members.
Right now, the donation jar on the left is empty. LUNA needs our help! Let’s fill that donation jar and help out Latino students in our community.
If you want to support scholarships for the 2019 year, please send your donations to LUNA, PO Box 1213, Ferndale, CA, 95536. Please accept our heartfelt thanks for your donations.
Take the Indivisible 2020 Pledge today
When Indivisible Ferndale began in January of 2017, we made a pledge to ourselves and the Indivisible grassroots movement:
- Resist Donald Trump’s agenda.
- Focus on local community issues and state and national issues that affect us.
- Model the values of inclusion, respect and fairness.
We continue to focus on these goals. As the 2020 election cycle begins to ramp up, Indivisible is asking us to pledge our support again. Here’s the pledge:
- Make the primary constructive.
- Rally behind the winner.
- Do the work to beat Trump.
Together, We are Indivisible!