You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today.

— Abraham Lincoln

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Indivisible Asheville/WNCSaturday, January 22nd, 2022 at 2:37pm
For those who can access it, here is an excellent opinion piece from today's New York Times. If you are left of center you may disagree with the assessment of the two conservative authors about the "sins of the left." If you tend toward the conservative side then you may find what they say about today's Republican Party hard to accept. In either case it's worth considering what they have to say.
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Indivisible Asheville/WNCFriday, January 21st, 2022 at 9:40pm
* ACTION ALERT * Sign by Monday Jan 24 *
The Biden administration is proposing to reverse Trump's disastrous rule that opened up the Tongass National Forest in Alaska. The comment period to voice your support to restore key protections to this national treasure closes on January 24th. Sign today!
https://actnow.lcv.org/hWXeUsh
Indivisible Asheville/WNC
Indivisible Asheville/WNCThursday, January 20th, 2022 at 8:05pm
Buncombe County Board of Elections is hiring a new Election Program Coordinator to oversee and manage absentee by mail voting. Application deadline Jan 30. ***PLEASE SHARE***
https://buncombecounty.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Buncombe_County_Careers/job/Asheville-NC/Election-Program-Coordinator---Absentee_R01728
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Indivisible Asheville/WNCWednesday, January 19th, 2022 at 3:21pm
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Indivisible Asheville/WNCWednesday, January 19th, 2022 at 3:11pm
We are fortunate to live in a democracy. Here at Indivisible AVL we believe that the vast majority of Americans support the key concepts that every vote should count and that every voter should have reasonably easy access to voting.

So why are some politicians opposed to legislation that would protect voting rights and access? Why are they still lying about voter fraud? Is it because they see short-term political gain in sowing division and suppressing voting rights?

Let’s hold all of our elected officials - national, state and local - accountable for supporting voting rights. It's simple - protect our democracy and protect voting rights! #TruthBrigade

For more info, check out some of these references:

FiveThirtyEight: What Might Democrats’ Voting Rights Bill Entail? https://53eig.ht/3fBIVtF

The Washington Post: What Martin Luther King Jr. said about the filibuster: ‘A minority of misguided senators’ https://wapo.st/3nFLPSu
Indivisible Asheville/WNC
Indivisible Asheville/WNCWednesday, January 19th, 2022 at 1:55pm
TAKE ACTION: Call Burr & Tillis to Support the "Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis Act"

Following Martin Luther King Day, we call on everyone to advocate for one of the most crucial pieces of voting rights legislation ever, the Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis Act.

Republican senators have persisted for months in opposition to both the Freedom to Vote Act (the current version of the For the People Act) and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act (the reauthorization of the longstanding Voting Rights Act, with provisions that would restore protections recently gutted by the Supreme Court). Republican obstructionists have refused even to allow either bill to come up for debate. So late last week the House took a bill the Senate had already passed, added both the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, renamed it the Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis Act, and sent it back to the Senate. This means that the Senate can no longer simply ignore it.

For the first time, this crucial voting rights legislation can bypass procedural motions to open debate and go straight to the Senate floor.

Debate on H.R. 5746, the Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis Act, is now scheduled to begin when the Senate reconvenes at noon on Tuesday, January 18, with a vote expected on Wednesday.

TAKE ACTION: Call Burr & Tillis to Support the "Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis Act." For more info and links for calling, go to https://bit.ly/IAVLJLewisAct.

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Buncombe County Board of Elections is hiring a new Election Program Coordinator to oversee and manage absentee by mail voting. Application deadline is Jan 30. ***PLEASE SHARE***
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These numbers do indeed show "the gravity of the crisis that currently plagues American democracy" and should inspire us ALL to action on this #MLKday2022.
https://t.co/6GO7C3LODd #ncpol via @ncpolicywatch
"If the courts uphold the maps, Republicans are very likely to have a majority in both state legislative chambers even if votes favor Democrats by up to 56% across the state." #FairMapsNC #FixOurMaps
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This week's update from #IndivisibleAVL has news on the redistricting trial, MLK Day celebrations in Asheville, and our upcoming 2022 kickoff event: https://t.co/SqiWFfoLHu https://t.co/Sy2E24QGpx indivisibleavl photo