Outdoor potluck dinner on the 99th anniversary of the 19th Amendment guaranteeing women the right to vote
Come join other Americans and friends in an outdoor potluck dinner. We'll enjoy each other's company, share a great meal and cook up ideas for how we here will help tip the balance and win the 2020 election.
August 26 is the 99th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution which guaranteed women the right to vote. At this time when women's rights are under assault in the U.S., it's all the more important that we strategize and mobilize ourselves in the coming months. We need to reach out to the thousands of U.S. citizens in our area to register and vote. And, we can organize phone banking here for critical campaigns in the States -- including some coming up soon.
For the potluck, please RSVP on this site. Dems Abroad Hamilton chair David Mivasair will respond with details and ask you about what you'd like to bring. We'll provide tableware. We need main dishes, side dishes, salads, drinks, desserts and whatever else is your specialty.
If you have questions, comments or suggestions, please contact David Mivasair.
Make your voice heard! Come out and join us monthly as we write postcards to our letters of Congress. We'r'e coming to you! Every month we will be in a different city. This is not a time to be silent, use your voice. Make sure your representatives are listening.LOCATIONS:August - Den Haag (Bar/Resturant Pavlov Spui 173)September - AmsterdamOctober - TBANovember - TBA
Hey everyone! Join DAN partner Drinking Liberally for a lively social pub meet up on the last Tuesday of every month. Do you have opinions to share? Come on out to talk some politics with like-minded people. We look forward to meeting new friends and seeing old friends alike! See you there!
There aren’t many Americans in Fiji, and even fewer are registered with Democrats Abroad in Fiji, but though our numbers may be little, we are fierce.
We are organizing and pizza and postcard event on Wednesday, August 28th at Paradiso Restaurant in Suva and would love for you to attend! Friends and family welcome!
Training for New Admins
Wednesday, August 28
8:00 am New York Time / 2pm Berlin Time / 8:00 pm Taipei Time
Overview of Membership Management, Email Administration and WebPosting for all Admins
Training will be done in the new Nationbuilder interface.
RSVP Below to receive meeting details!
- Meeting password= dems
- Meeting URL = https://democratsabroad.webex.com/democratsabroad/e.php?MTID=me146d97238f1a3ab5b39f1e1ee87234b
Join us for Democrats Abroad Sweden's “Drinking Liberally,” our monthly afterwork that takes place on the last Thursday of every month.We will be discussing how members can be active in Democrats Abroad Sweden and help our party win elections in 2020. Make sure to join us!RSVP for this event here.Democratically yours,Beth and Alexander
Join us for the August gathering of the Democrats Abroad book club! We'll discuss Americanah, a novel by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
The goal is to provide a shared reading experience and relaxed discussion space for Democrats Abroad members. Please share this event with your American friends and acquaintances in Berlin! As always, we welcome new faces, even if you've never attended a meeting or an event before.
Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
"A powerful, tender story of race and identity by the award-winning author of Half of a Yellow Sun." 477 pages.
It's not required, but on this page so we have a rough idea of how many people to expect.
Other upcoming Democrats Abroad events:
Tue. August 6th, 2019:
Democratic Primary Debate Bingo & Fundraiser
Tue. August 13th, 2019
Taco Tuesday in Dresden
It’s the final Friday of the month! You made it! Join us and celebrate as we wrap up the month of August with our Final Friday Pub Night in Riedel's Ottensen's lovely Biergarten. It's a great way to meet other Americans, talk about current events and politics, and kick off the Labor Day Weekend in style. So come and join us for a drink!
A two-part event in which we first discover Mary Matsuda Gruenewald's book "Looking Like the Enemy" over Happy Hour drinks.
During World War II, America committed the shameful act of interning American citizens of Japanese origin. Now, internment camps are back in the news and we find our current administration routinely detaining refugees, asylum seekers and, in several cases, already naturalized American citizens because of their "looks."
The second half of the event will be for aiding participants in contacting their representatives through writing, emailing and calling. This event is organized by the Women's Caucus.
According to Wikipedia, Christopher Street Day (CSD) “is an annual European LGBT celebration and demonstration held in various cities across Europe for the rights of LGBT people, and against discrimination and exclusion. It is Germany's counterpart to Gay Pride or Pride Parades.” That sounds about right. This year will mark the first time that our chapter will be actively taking part in Münster’s festivities.
11:30 – Equality Demo
Join DA members as we demonstrate through the street of Münster with hundreds of others in support of equality. We will provide signs. All you need to do is tell us you are coming (see below).
13:00 – 19:00 – DA Information Stand at the Hafenfest
If you are interested in helping out with this effort, please sign up, and we will provide you with detailed information.
Sign-up sheet for both: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1U0DVXnY3fGd9g10d-NT2svSsIg24qoQ0CQBEkUuAB9s/edit?usp=sharing