Download our presentation about Get Out the Vote volunteer opportunities and an info sheet about the Ministerial Association of Colusa County's work to end hunger and food insecurity and create a food bank.
In June 2018, Indivisible Colusa volunteer Linda Masuhara traveled through the South with her husband Kevin on a “civil rights road trip”—an itinerary they created to deepen their understanding of Black Americans’ struggle for equal rights. In our July 6, 2020 newsletter, we published a condensed version of our interview with Linda about their trip. This is the complete interview.
What inspired you to take this journey?
After watching the movie Selma in 2015 I decided to research that event more because I felt like I really didn’t know very much about it. I had heard the term “Bloody Sunday” and knew about the fight for voting rights in the south but only vaguely... Read more
Kevin and Linda Masuhara with Helen Turner, owner of Helen's Bar B Q in Brownsville, Tennessee.
Colusa County is solidly purple - 31% of its registered voters are Democrats and 40% are Republicans. We work to make sure our local, state and federal elected officials hear the voices of the county's Democrats and progressives.
We take action to hold our elected representatives accountable for supporting progressive policies like healthcare for all and compassionate immigration reform.
Our volunteers register voters, write postcards to voters, knock on doors to get out the vote, and share information about issues that matter in our community.
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