“Ordinary people committed to action in extraordinary times”
(Indivisible guide)

On the morning of November 9th, 2016, millions of Americans awoke in shock and disbelief — Donald J. Trump was our president!  We knew that simply keeping up with the news and posting on social media would never be enough to resist his agenda, so a group of about 25 friends in Huntington, New York, decided to meet and discuss specific actions we could take.  We gave our group a name, Long Island Network for Change (LINC). Monthly meetings were scheduled and we wrote a mission statement:

To be a force for social justice, racial justice, economic justice and environmental justice through personal engagement, education and political action.

Since then, LINC membership has grown dramatically.  Although we’ve accomplished much, the critical work has just begun.  This year, throughout the country, thousands of grass root groups like LINC are working passionately and in coordination to elect as many progressive candidates as possible in November.  That’s just one of our goals among many.  Here is what we do:

  1. Endorse and campaign for local and national candidates whose goals coincide with LINC’s mission statement. Click here, to read the LINC Endorsement Policy.
  2. Advocate for relevant issues with elected officials through telephone calls (there’s a script).
  3. Present community forums on voting rights, upcoming elections, racism, the environment and much more.
  4. Initiate strategically timed letter writing and e-mail campaigns.
  5. Publicize and distribute up-to-the-minute action alerts.
  6. Attend and speak up at town hall meetings, rallies, and demonstrations.
  7. Meet monthly to strategize and take action.

LINC is an active social action group:  We march, we call, we write, we meet.  Everyone is invited to our meetings.  We welcome new members.  If you have read this far, we hope you have decided to join us.  We need your energy, enthusiasm and ideas.

LINC is a member group of the Indivisible Project ( www.indivisible.org ).


Launched by the League of Women Voters Education Fund (LWVEF) in October of 2006, VOTE411.org is a “one-stop-shop” for election related information. It provides nonpartisan information to the public with both general and state-specific information on a variety of aspects of the election process — including registration to vote in all U.S. zip codes. Check it out at: www.vote411.org


LINC members are participating in Indivisible Automated TextBanking Campaigns for progressive candidates in critical Presidential, Senate and House elections. We choose the candidate, receive a list of names and then text these voters all over the country. All you need is a computer or an iPad. Our phone numbers are not used or visible to anyone.
You can sign up for this program at https://indivisible.org/payback-project-p2p
You can register for a one-hour online training at https://indivisible.org/indivisible-texting-schedule
You can read Training Instructions at https://demvolctr.org/resources/textbanking/textbanking-indivisible/


Click https://www.vote.org to Register to Vote, Check Your Registration, Get an Absentee Ballot, Find Your Polling Place . . and more


Check out our Web site regularly. Join us at our events. Come to our LINC meetings. But most important of all, we all must stay active, my friends.


As always,  please do not forget, if you are interested in participating in The Rapid Response Network in Huntington, please call The Huntington Rapid Response Network at   516-387-2043  to see how you can get involved.  There are many opportunities — Distributing Know Your Rights information, Accompanying people to court, community witnessing, and taking calls for their hotline, to name just a few.

LINC Meetings & Events


7:30 PM Tues Mar 9

To Join Zoom Meeting, click
Meeting ID: 427 272 1860
Dial +1-929-205-6099



10 AM – 3 PM Sat Mar 20

For more information, click Food Drive



Contact LINC by e-mailing linetworkforchange@gmail.com


To join our Facebook Group,

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click LINC Facebook Group