Concerned about where the country is heading? You're not alone. Join others who care about what's happening to democracy, equality, human rights, social justice, sustainability, and other important topics. It's ok if you've never been to a protest, march, or town hall -- start here. You really can make a difference.
WHAT YOU CAN DO - Join this group now - Schedule one of our Meetup ideas in your neighborhood - Discuss your own Meetup ideas in the group conversation
OUR COMMUNITY GUIDELINES - Be Peaceful - Be Safe - Be Kind - Be Respectful - Be Real
The group began eleven months ago in response to the frustrations and anger raised by the Trump presidency and administration and the Republican/Conservative Congress. The group is organized with volunteers who coordinate sign making for demonstrations, a press person who handles news releases, a photographer, writers who have developed a library of letters on various subjects that can be accessed by anyone wanting to write a letter to an editor of a newspaper or an elected official but is inexperienced in letter writing for public consumption, a person who coordinates post card campaigns, an environmental committee, a coordinating committee that organizes the group’s participation in demonstrations and marches, a person who coordinates phone call campaigns on behalf of Democratic candidates in Florida and other states and a person who handles the Facebook page for the group which can be accessed by entering "Democrats for Action" in the search box.
The group is made up of 250 people, many with no previous political experience, who reside in Cascade Lakes and other communities throughout the county. We encourage people who live outside of Cascade Lakes to join the group and consider starting similar grass roots activist groups within their own communities.
Anyone interested in attending the next meeting should contact Bruce at (561)[masked] or by email
Hosted by the Women's Foundation of Florida.
Three of the nine Supreme Court Justices are women. Only 33 percent of active United States district court judges are women. There are 83 women of color serving as active federal judges across the country. We need more women on the bench.
Join us for the Women on the Bench Speed Mentoring lunch with our PBC judges. Learn from their experiences about how to successfully be appointed or elected in Palm Beach County.
You don't want to miss this unique opportunity to have a small group lunch with local judicial leaders.
During lunch you'll have the opportunity to meet with several judges and ask them questions about how to plan for your future in judicial service.
Tickets are $10 per person. (34 spaces left as of 4/18) Please note tickets are non-refundable. ... Register NOW: https://wfpbc.networkforgood.com/events/12122-women-on-bench-speed-mentoring-lunch