Our ICC Archives
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Our ICC has been active since our formation before the induction of Donald J. Trump as "President" in January 2017. Archives here give insight into some of our activities and work in the resistance,
Due to COVID-19
VIRTUAL TOWN HALL on HEALTH ACT
Indivisible Cortland County was pleased to welcome, along with New York State Assembly candidates Jason Leifer and Lisa Hoeschele, local business leader Susan Beckley for a virtual Town Hall presentation on the New York Health Act on Thursday, June 4 from 6 - 8 p.m.
Susan Beckley is a local business administrator with years of experience in manufacturing, medical practice and billing and management of small to mid-size companies. She has been making presentations throughout Upstate New York to highlight the proposed New York Health Act and how it can positively impact small municipalities, small to mid-size businesses, and the general public.
ICC Hosting Pat Sewell of the Citizens' Climate Lobby (CCL)
POSTPONED due to "shelter in place"..
March 7th Meeting at UPC at 2:00 pm
Issues and 2020 Elections: Focus on Women's
Health, the ACA, contrasts in candidates'
proposals, costs and coverage;
Dr. Jena Curtis to present.
Meeting on Census and Role of Commerce Dept. at UPC on February 9, 2020.
Work session/meeting took place December 14th at UPC.
Visit from Congressman Anthony Brindisi
on November 2nd at United Presbyterian Church in Cortland
Public Program "Bearing Witness: Helping Asylum Seekers at the Border,"
a presentation by Julia Ganson, with the government Accountability Project,
at UPC in Cortland on August 17
Discussion : "Adverse Childhood Experiences, Poverty, Moms, and Children"
Kick off Fall Season with Panel of Experts led by John Suarez, Director of SUNY Cortland's Institute for Civic Engagement; Kathy Suarez, MacCormick Secure Center at Brooktondale; and Chea Snyder, Lecturer, SUNY Cortland's Communication Sciences and Disorders Department. September 14th from 2-4:00 pm at UPC (Open flyer here:)