Here are some resources and links to helpful information. Let us know about links you find that are useful.

Herndon-Reston Indivisible Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/herndonrestonindivisible

Activists
Robert Reich
Michael Moore
The Indivisible Guide

The Indivisible National Facebook page

Indivisible Moving Forward Together — a group working to challenge us in questions about liberty and representative democracy

US Indivisible – a national group located in Washington, D.C. for grassroots action

Indivisible District 10 has several localities and Facebook pages, as well as an Discussion and Action page:
Indivisible District 10 Discussion
Indivisible District 10 Ashburn/Sterling
Indivisible Lovettesville
Indivisible NoVa West
Indivisible District 10 East
Indivisible District 10 Winchester (includes Haymarket, Gainesville, Manassas)

Indivisible District 11

Kimberly Smith – area organizer helping progressive groups

Media
Ten Best Investigative Reporting Sources
The Washington Post.
The New York Times
Reston Patch
Huffington Post
The Hill
Fairfax Times
Connection Newspapers
Blue Virginia

Other Groups
Northern Virginia Grassroots
Dumbledore’s Army
Action Groups

OFA Healthcare Campaign

Progressive Majority Action Fund

Ten Questions Every Liberal Should Ask Every Republican

Twitter Tutorial
One of our members, Anne Moriarty, has developed a quick tutorial for those who have a Twitter account but want to learn to use it more. You may download it here.

The Brand New Congress is a group of grassroots organizers seeking to upend the current bi-partisan stalemate.

Daily Actions

Action Network

Michael Moore’s Resistance Calendar

swingleft.org

5 Calls – a place to focus your energy toward making calls to representatives. Download the mobile app at the link, too.

Week of Action – a personalized to do list from District 10

Here (https://50waysrockbridge.wordpress.com/write-to-the-newspaper/) is a great tutorial, produced by the VERY ACTIVE folks around Rockbridge County, Virginia. It lists the requirements and preferences of area newspapers, which enhances chances of getting published.

NetworkNOVA