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What is Happening

ICC members write postcards to help Democratic candidates for Nov. 8 Mid-terms and races around the country in 2023 
  • Jenna Nichols Curtis, Professor of Health from SUNY Cortland, spoke about challenges to women's mential and physical health at the ICC public meeting on March 7, 2020.
  • Informational presentation on the 2020 Cenus and the role of the Commerce Dept. in funding which is by local communities for programs and assistance for small businesses. Katherine Dillon, Partnership Specialist Census, is shown above discussing how the census works and 
  • why it is so important to communities (funding).
  • Powerful presentation on Adverse Childhood Experiences: Poverty, Moms, and Children on September 14 at UPC (link here to flyer)
  • NYS Indivisible Convening in Albany, weekend of July 27th, 2019.
ICC representatives attended the Indivisible Convening and Training.
"Bearing Witness: Helping Asylum Seekers at the Border," a presentation by Julia Ganson, government Accountability Project on August 17 at UPC from 2-4 pm.
Indivisible Cortland County (ICC) hosted meeting on the Mueller Report took place on June 15 at 1:00 pm in the Center for the Arts in Homer, NY. SUNY Cortland Professor Robert Spitzer led our discussion.

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