This week, we celebrate our 150th episode, and our three-year anniversary. We kick things off with Indivisible co-founder Ezra Levin. On the heels of the GOP Senate voting to acquit Trump, Indivisible is launching the Payback Project, a campaign directed at unseating nine GOP senators in 2020. And there is very much a role for us here to play in Washington.
Then, in a special segment, we talk about anxiety and memoir writing with Courtenay Hameister, author of the very funny book chronicling her experiences with anxiety, “Okay Fine Whatever.”
All that, and we have our weekly call to action.
Join Indivisible’s Payback Project here: www.paybackproject.org/
Courtenay’s talk at Seattle Public Library: events.spl.org/141622367/Courten…tOkayFineWhatever
Courtenay’s class on memoir at Hugo House: hugohouse.org/store/class/the-se…urtenay-hameister/
Make sure you’re registered to vote! voter.votewa.gov/WhereToVote.aspx?Org=WADems
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“Pure Joy” by Otis Galloway
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