BUMPED – Because this is tonight. And I helped organize it. And it’s badass. – Rosi
Because these badass women – Hetty Rosenstein, Analilia Mejia and Phyllis Salowe-Kaye – will be there, headlining Thursday’s Progressive Hunterdon Democrats (PHD). A great deal of leadership, courage, mobilization and progressive forward movement has been driven by these 3 this year. Today is Day 250 of Trump, and we’re going to talk about What’s Next. National, state & local.
Who can come: We have lots of visitors from outside Hunterdon, so you’re welcome whether you live here or not. Independents and Greens also come. If you’re part of the Resistance against Trump, and what the Republicans are doing to the country, come join us.
Leaders of the NJ Resistance
Hosts: Progressive Hunterdon Democrats (PHD)
When: Thursday, Sept. 28 (6:30-8:30pm)
Where: Stangl Factory, 4 Stangl Rd, Flemington (Parking lot in front)
Drinks: Factory Fuel Coffee‘s next door. Feel free to bring their coffee, tea or pastries to the meeting
Who’s who: If you read Blue Jersey, you already know these folks, or their orgs. Hetty Rosenstein leads CWA, Analilia Mejia leads Working Families, Phyllis Salowe-Kaye leads NJ Citizen Action. Special Guest: Kira Lawrence, from Indivisible Garden State Values, speaking on the impact of climate change on Hunterdon County.
Since November 2016, as a nation and neighborhood, political activity has ramped up because of the Resistance movement. There are many issues threatened by the Trump administration and GOP-controlled Congress. Health care. Immigration. Environment. Women’s rights. More. We’ve bonded together on Main Streets, at Rep. Lance’s Town Halls, and buzzing Trump’s golf course. Now, we’ll talk about what we learned as a group and what’s next for the future of the NJ Resistance movement.
Coming from work? Come late if you want. We don’t care. We’ve got a big, cool meeting space.