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Blockwalk The Talk


Every Saturday

10 am

307 S Main St.

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Ready to create REAL CHANGE on a local level? Time to #BlockwalkTheTalk! Every Saturday morning, Young Dems BCS will be blockwalking targeting crucial precincts in Bryan and College Station to make sure residents know about our upcoming municipal elections, where their nearest polling place is, who is running, and make sure they are registered to vote!

Don't worry--we will give you materials to hand out plus a script to read!

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Voter Registrars and bilingual speakers are especially encouraged to participate; however, you do not need to be a voter registrar or bilingual speaker to participate. If you're willing to help, we need you!

Bring walking shoes, water, a smartphone, car charger, sunscreen, and a hat. Voter registrars--don't forget your DVR pad!

We leave from the parking lot of 307 S Main St Bryan at 10 am sharp.

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7:00 PM19:00

September General Meeting: Medicare For All


Join us for our September meeting where we will learn about Medicare For All directly from an expert on the matter--Clayton Tucker, State Organizer for Our Revolution Texas.

Clayton has been featured on The Young Turks as well as other national news programs for his expertise on the healthcare policy. Bring your questions!

Tuesday, September 24

7 pm

Square One, downtown Bryan

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2:00 PM14:00

Workshop: How to Organize a Protest

Do you know how to host a successful protest? How to ensure great attendance? How to make sure media is there? How to navigate the red tape designed to get in your way? How to follow up the protest with meaningful action?


Learn how to organize a successful protest / demonstration at this workshop featuring a panel of organizers from Indivisible Houston and March for Our Lives Houston.

Saturday, September 7
2-5 p.m.
Square One
211 W William J Bryan Pkwy, Bryan

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7:00 PM19:00

August General Meeting: How to Live a Zero Waste Lifestyle

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The U.S. produces more than 30 percent of the planet's total waste, though it is home to only 4 percent of the world’s population.

For our August general meeting, activist and former Texas Senate District 5 candidate Meg Walsh will present tips for living a zero waste lifestyle, based on her own waste reduction journey. This judgement-free workshop will include ways to reduce consumption of single-use plastic. 

Thursday, August 29
7 p.m.
Square One
211 W William J Bryan Pkwy, Bryan

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