A day of action to honor Angela Ingermann
Whether you are family, a friend, or ally through civic engagement, you were among those touched by Angela’s light, warmth, and life.
On Saturday, October 27, 2018, the day before her memorial service, Angela’s friends are hosting a day of action to honor her.
If you’d like to participate, choose any of the three actions below that were important to her.
Option 1: Take action
Anyone, anywhere can participate by joining in some political, social, or personal activism in your area. Support your favorite candidate, ballot measure, or cause in Angela’s honor. Post your action below to help grow Angela’s community of activism. Angela’s Indivisible friends will be participating across the state.
Local Coffee and Canvass option
If you’re local to Hillsboro and the Portland area, we’re meeting up at Angela’s happy place, Starbucks, then advocating for Kate Brown’s re-election as Oregon’s governor. All training, materials, and friendly walking buddies provided. If you’re not local, show up in your community. Remember: If Angela could canvass, so can we.
Location: Starbucks on 102 E Main St. in Hillsboro (map).
Date: Saturday, October 27, 2018.
Time: Meet up at 10:00am, Canvass will launch at 11:00am from Bagley Park, 201 NE Jackson St, Hillsboro OR 97124
Snacks and water provided.
Option 2: Donate to support gun sense and safety
Angela was engaged with Moms Demand Action and was instrumental in closing Oregon’s “boyfriend loophole” that protects people from domestic gun violence. Honor her memory by making a donation to this life-changing organization.
Option 3: Support kind, clear activism.
Angela was a crucial team leader for the Americans of Conscience Checklist, a weekly bi-partisan publication that empowers people to advocate for democracy, equality, and voting access. On Angela’s day of action, commit to doing at least three things from the latest edition.
Sign up here: https://americansofconscience.com
Most importantly, share below.
Whether you do one or all of these actions, please comment below with a description and/or photo of your participation, and any thoughts or memories about Angela you’d like to share.
Through us, Angela’s legacy of kindness lives on.
“When you feel guilty for feeling happy, remember that when we can squeeze joy into our lives, we fortify ourselves to sustain this work. In other words, we need the joy to strengthen us and help us advocate for those immigrant families and for our democracy. Moments of joy are our hidden strength.”
~ Angela Ingermann