Peninsula Voices for Change
Peninsula Voices for Change (PVC) began as a group of people who were shocked and disappointed after the 2016 presidential election results and needed a source of comfort and a place to voice their frustrations and fear. A coffee group that came together through Pantsuit Nation evolved to a politically minded, focused group of people who decided that becoming organized and determined was the best way to make large scale changes in the current government. In February 2017, Peninsula Voices for Change was officially named, a board was nominated, and task forces were formed, and congressional district committees were identified.
The game is rigged. We can whimper, we can whine, or we can fight back. Me? I'm fighting back.
- Senator Elizabeth Warren
We are here to resist the regressive values and policies of the 45th administration, to advance policies of inclusion and respect for all, and to push Virginia toward a more progressive future.
How to get involved
If you live in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia and are interested in attending a meeting, joining a task force, or learning more about Peninsula Voices for Change, please check out our twitter page or contact our communications chair at email@example.com
Peninsula Voices for Change (PVC) currently boasts 500 members, and is still growing. Members are encouraged to attend meetings within their Congressional Districts and sit on task forces. PVC believes "the most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don't have any" - Alice Walker.
We refuse to give up our power.