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The Indivisible Chicago Summit

  • Malcolm X College 1900 W Jackson Chicago, IL (map)

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Admission is free, although we suggest a donation of $10 to help us reach our goal of $10,000 to cover the cost of the event. Click here to donate.

It's officially 2018 and that means one thing: the midterms are coming! Indivisible Chicago is teaming up with Let America Vote, Chicago Votes, Voto Latino, Swing Left, Flippable, and more to ensure the coming election is not just a Blue Wave, but a Blue Tsunami. Join us for the first All-Chicago Indivisible meeting in over a year! We will gather together to re-energize, re-engage, and re-orient towards taking back the House and Senate in 2018. We will hear from the leaders in progressive, grassroots election organizing and find out how Indivisible Chicago can take action and take back Congress.

We will win in 2018. We will finally have a real check on the executive branch. And you can make a difference.

Speakers Include

  • Jason Kander, Let America Vote

  • Stevie Valles, Chicago Votes

  • Angelica Magaña, Voto Latino

  • Ezra Levin, Indivisible

  • Catherine Vaughan, Flippable

  • Adrienne Lever, Swing Left

...and more!

The main program will run from 5pm-7pm with a reception afterwards from 7pm-8pm to meet local neighborhood chapters and other local organizers.

And join us from 4pm-4:45pm for a special panel discussing Millennials in politics with our guests Nicole Johnson, Bushra Amiwala, and Ugo Okere.

Nicole is a native of the Englewood community on Chicago's southside and aldermanic candidate. Bushra, age 19, is a DePaul student and also running for Cook County Commissioner. Ugo, age 21, is a Loyola student, 40th Ward community Organizer, and an Aldermanic candidate.

Seating will be first come, first serve. A ticket does not guarantee a seat in the main room, but we have ample overflow room in the beautiful Malcolm X auditorium with theatre viewing. Free parking included with the event in the adjoining parking garage.

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