Indivisible Roaring Fork meets March 12
People concerned about America’s political agenda are invited to a community meeting sponsored by Indivisible Roaring Fork, a local branch of a movement to resist the Trump administration, to learn about the Indivisible movement and work toward pairing online resistance with real world activism.
A panel representing Indivisible Roaring Fork will present updates on issues under treat by the Trump administration, such as immigrant rights, education, civil rights for the LGBTQ community, health care and the environment, according a press release from the group.
The meeting will be at the Third Street Center in Carbondale at 3:30 p.m. Sunday.
“‘Indivisible’ is the name of a guide for political action written by former Congressional staffers who witnessed the rise of the Tea Party. Simple strategies and grassroots organization allowed Tea Party members to oppose a popular president and a supermajority in Congress,” the group wrote. “Now that times have changed, members of Indivisible groups across the country are using those same strategies to restore equality, freedom, opportunity and peace of mind to targeted groups and their allies.”
All are invited to come listen, speak, share, connect and plan. For more information on Indivisible Roaring Fork, visit indivisiblerf.org or the group’s Facebook and Twitter pages.
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