Women’s March 2018

According to The Sacramento Bee:

“An estimated 36,000 people marched to the state Capitol for the second Sacramento Women’s March, according to event co-chairwoman Annie Adams.

The number rose well above attendance estimates for last year’s event, when police said about 20,000 marchers participated.”

The incredible turn out for the women’s marches all over the country is a symbol of the fortitude of this movement.

In 2017, we hosted more than 30 meet-and-greets.  We knocked on nearly 1,000 doors.  And we are just getting started.  Today. we have over 113 active, engaged volunteers.  We are tabling in our community and reaching out to voters.

A record number of women are running for office in the United States.  We are proud to be a part of the movement.

Nevada County Stands for Love

On Friday September 29th, hundreds of Nevada County residents took to the streets of Grass Valley to show the world that racism will not be tolerated in our community.

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On Tuesday September 26th in the afternoon, a young black man was taunted with racial slurs on Mill Street in Grass Valley. His father made an internet video explaining what had happened.  The video went viral.

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The Grass Valley Police Department spoke with the family the next day about the incident and the community banded together to create an event to show the family and the world that Nevada County stands for love and the inclusion of all.

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This is who we are.  This is Nevada County.