Monday, December 19, 2016

Get Organized!....Getting REFUSE Fascism!

Read and Sign on to the Call from RefuseFascism!  And then ACT!

Get connected with Hawai`i organizers!  (YES, there's a Hawai`i site with BIG plans!).  And then ACT!

"Our resistance must spread rapidly to every sphere and every corner of the country. Because we refuse to accept a fascist America, millions must rise up in a resistance with a deep determination such that we create a political crisis that prevents the Trump/Pence fascist regime from consolidating its hold on the governance of society."  [From the Call from RefuseFascism]

There are things every person can do!  Here are just a few:

*    Hold house-parties, meetings, discussions, family gatherings about the the danger of the Trump Regime and what we can do about it.   Come to the Meeting being organized by World Can't Wait-Hawai`i this Thursday evening (December 22) from 6-8 at the Friends Meeting House (2426 Manoa Road).    What better time than the holidays?

*   Make signs against the Trump Regime.   Hang them on fences, from your house, from office buildings and anywhere you can!  Keep them in your car and hold at signholdings anywhere! Even a group of 2 can be effective.   World Can't Wait-Hawai`i is organizing a signholding every Friday between now and January 13th from 4-6pm.  This Friday (Dec. 23) the signholding is at the corner of Atkinson/King (at the Diamond Head entrance to Ala Moana Park).  

*   Make Resistance  Viral on social media!   Post memes, photos, calls, anti-Trump websites on facebook, twitter and Instagram.  Spread messages by e-mail.

*   Connect and Organize!   Go to the J20 website and get ready for January 20!   Begin organizing seminars, talks, gatherings in your churches, your clubs, your campuses and your classes on January 20th.  Organize your friends and your organizations to join the marches on J20.  If you're part of an organization, secure their endorsement for the day.  For information contact  

Following are some photos from a signholding held today at the State Capitol:

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