Cafe 7: Summer Speakers
Tribal leaders Newsletter (April
Tribal leaders Newsletter (May)
Cafe 7 - ApriL 30
Daily Kos Article
Local Arizona Native Organizers for the Win–2022 Elections
On May 9th, 2021 we are launching the Family Votes Program and getting local organizers back to work on Apache, Hopi, and Navajo lands in Arizona. The 2022 elections are every bit as consequential for Native Voters as the 2020 races and we need to invest in tribal communities now. [Read more here]
Cafe 7: april 16 Recap
The Cafe 7 event on April 16 was a great and informative presentation by Joe Bia about the Independent Redistricting Commission (IRC) and process. The IRC will set our legislative districts in Arizona for the next 10 years and is really important for us to pay attention to and take part in. Ephraim Infante, AZ Democratic Party, also spoke with us about a new tool called Representable that can help us document and map our communities so we can share this with the IRC.
Watch a recording of this session here: https://youtu.be/URNUjTF0deM?t=19
Learn about the Representable tool and sign up for a training with Ephraim here: https://tinyurl.com/RepresentableTraining
Contact info.: Joe Bia, Diné Organizer and Independent Redistricting Commission (IRC) Liaison Ph: 928-863-5140 email: email@example.com IRC Website: https://azredistricting.org
Ephraim Infante, AZ Democratic Party, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cafe 7: april 2 Recap
Join us for our first Cafe 7 event Friday, April 2 and meet state Rep. Jasmine Blackwater-Nygren!
When: 9AM Arizona / 10AM Navajo Nation/MT
We'll spend some time taking a look at LD7 issues and discuss her new role since being sworn in February.
Rep. Jasmine Blackwater-Nygren, Diné/Navajo Nation, is the youngest member of the AZ state House of Representatives and was appointed to fill the vacancy left by former state Rep. Arlando Teller, Diné, who resigned last month to accept a position in the Biden administration. You don't want to miss this community conversation.