Connect. Inspire. Act.

Palouse ProActive connects people to information, resources, and one another to inspire dignity and promote democracy.

Contact us if you have events for the calendar or know someone who needs support.

Interested in joining our email list?  Send an email to contact@palouseproactive.org with JOIN LIST in the subject line.

Join our rapid response text/email system if you want to be contacted in real-time with information regarding community members who need assistance or to hear about important local events that unfold quickly. 

Palouse ProActive would like to thank the numerous volunteers, sponsors, and community members who made 2017, our founding year, a success.  The following are some of the organizational accomplishments for which we are particularly proud, including being the recipient of a 2017 Cougars Against Hate, Extremism, and Terrorism Award!

  • Distributed information on how bills, laws, and policies impact citizens
  • Sponsored a "How to Run for Office" workshop
  • Maintained an up-to-date calendar of events informing the community of local events
  • Sponsored a letter writing workshop to help people learn how to contact their government representatives
  • Sponsored an open house at the proposed location for the Pullman City Hall
  • Sponsored a Pullman City Council and School Board candidate forum
  • Distributed and posted on our website answers to our candidate questionnaires (for Moscow and Pullman CityCouncil and School Board candidates)
  • Created a rapid response text system
  • Co-sponsored a pro-immigration rally in Moscow City Park
  • Sponsored Planned Parenthood speaker
  • Sponsored a "Communicating Across Difference" workshop

Please visit our website and Facebook pages often.  2018 promises to be an exciting year, and we will need your support!

IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND RECENT EVENTS  

2018 Election Season Information (Coming October 16:  Candidates answer our questions)

“I VOTED!” PARTY
Take a selfie mailing or casting your ballot and join us for an “I VOTED!” election night party on November 6! The party will be frmo 5:30-7:30pm at South Fork Public House (in the Wheatland Shopping Center, 1680 S Grand Ave, Pullman) and will celebrate voters of all affiliations exercising their right to vote. There will be food and drink specials for those who
show their voting selfies. Watch for more details on our on our Facebook page .

Communicating Across Difference Workshop 

Thank you for attending our workshop. Read more about the workshop facilitator, Anna Plemons,  in the Inland 360.

Pullman ArtWalk 2018

Thank you for joining us at Pullman's ArtWalk!  Our community art piece will be on display in Neill Public Library in January 2019!  Here's a preview of the banner:

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Palouse ProActive gladly welcomes donations of your time and skills at events we are planning! We are also interested in your donations of paper goods, printing services, and meeting spaces. Contact us if you have something to share!

Calendar of events on the Palouse

September 22, 2018
  • Finding the Center Conference

    September 22, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
    1912 Center, 412 E 3rd St, Moscow, ID 83843, USA

    Sat. Sept. 22: Finding the Center Conference at Moscow 1912 Center. Full day of speakers and workshops.

    See more details

October 4, 2018
  • Fantasyland

    October 4, 2018 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
    WSU: CUB Junior Ballroom

    The United States has widely divergent opinions from the rest of the world
    when it comes to issues such as evolution, gun control, and climate change
    amongst many others. How has this happened and why are Americans so
    prone to fantastical thinking?

    Kurt Andersen, author of the bestselling book “Fantasyland: How America
    Went Haywire” will speak about the crumbling border between opinion and
    fact in America in the age of fake news.

    Cosponsored with the WSU School of Politics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs,
    and the Departments of History and English

    See more details

October 13, 2018
  • 38th Roger Williams Symposium speaker Dr. Miguel De La Torre on “The Death of U.S. Christianity”

    October 13, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    Ensminger Pavilion, 455 Lincoln Dr, Pullman, WA 99163, USA

    The Common Ministry at WSU will be sponsoring the 38th Roger Williams Symposium October 13-15, 2018. This series features nationally-known speakers at the crossroads of faith and social justice. This year our speaker will be Dr. Miguel De La Torre. We want to inform communities in Pullman and Moscow.

    For the 38th Roger Williams Symposium Dr. Miguel De La Torre will speak on “The Death of U.S. Christianity”, Saturday, October 13 at 7 p.m. at Ensminger Pavilion, WSU. Dr. De La Torre is a professor of Social Ethics and Latinx Studies at Iliff School of Theology, Denver, CO. He is an author, scholar-activist and an ordained Southern Baptist minister. He will show his film on immigration titled “Trails of Hope and Terror” followed by a discussion from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, October 14 at St. James Episcopal Church in Pullman. He will present a Thomas Foley lecture on “Why They Come” on Monday, October 15 at noon in Bryan Hall Room 316, WSU. This event is sponsored by The Common Ministry at WSU and the Thomas Foley Institute

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October 14, 2018
  • Film showing: “Trails of Hope and Terror”

    October 14, 2018 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
    St. James Episcopal Church, 1410 NE Stadium Way, Pullman, WA 99163, USA

    The Common Ministry at WSU will be sponsoring the 38th Roger Williams Symposium October 13-15, 2018. This series features nationally-known speakers at the crossroads of faith and social justice. This year our speaker will be Dr. Miguel De La Torre. We want to inform communities in Pullman and Moscow.

    For the 38th Roger Williams Symposium Dr. Miguel De La Torre will speak on “The Death of U.S. Christianity”, Saturday, October 13 at 7 p.m. at Ensminger Pavilion, WSU. Dr. De La Torre is a professor of Social Ethics and Latinx Studies at Iliff School of Theology, Denver, CO. He is an author, scholar-activist and an ordained Southern Baptist minister. He will show his film on immigration titled “Trails of Hope and Terror” followed by a discussion from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, October 14 at St. James Episcopal Church in Pullman. He will present a Thomas Foley lecture on “Why They Come” on Monday, October 15 at noon in Bryan Hall Room 316, WSU. This event is sponsored by The Common Ministry at WSU and the Thomas Foley Institute

    See more details

October 15, 2018
  • Thomas Foley lecture: “Why They Come”

    October 15, 2018 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
    WSU: Bryan Hall Room 316

    The Common Ministry at WSU will be sponsoring the 38th Roger Williams Symposium October 13-15, 2018. This series features nationally-known speakers at the crossroads of faith and social justice. This year our speaker will be Dr. Miguel De La Torre. We want to inform communities in Pullman and Moscow.

    For the 38th Roger Williams Symposium Dr. Miguel De La Torre will speak on “The Death of U.S. Christianity”, Saturday, October 13 at 7 p.m. at Ensminger Pavilion, WSU. Dr. De La Torre is a professor of Social Ethics and Latinx Studies at Iliff School of Theology, Denver, CO. He is an author, scholar-activist and an ordained Southern Baptist minister. He will show his film on immigration titled “Trails of Hope and Terror” followed by a discussion from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, October 14 at St. James Episcopal Church in Pullman. He will present a Thomas Foley lecture on “Why They Come” on Monday, October 15 at noon in Bryan Hall Room 316, WSU. This event is sponsored by The Common Ministry at WSU and the Thomas Foley Institute

    See more details