Anne Arundel County Indivisible sponsored a town hall in Annapolis with Senator Cardin and Representative Sarbanes. On May 26, 2017, over 300 people braved the rain to discuss health care, the environment, Russia and the election, and diversity in public office.
Learn more and view a video of the event at The Arundel Patriot.
anti- racism vigil
Anne Arundel Indivisible joined with the Caucus of African American Leaders, the Anne Arundel NAACP, and Anne Arundel Huddle Network to stand in solidarity with those mourning the deaths in Charlottesville and to oppose racism and hatred.
To learn more about the event and see pictures: http://www.capitalgazette.com/news/annapolis/ph-ac-cn-charlottesville-reaction-0814-20170813-story.html
Indivisible members have been a strong and consistent voice at Anne Arundel County Council meetings, speaking in favor of the anti-hate resolution, against the 287(g) program, against Michael Peroutka's racist stances and associations, and supporting active citizens who haven't participated in public speaking and advocacy efforts in the past.
From protesting Executive Schuh's immigration policies in front of Blackwall Hitch, to a health care die-in in front of the Governor's mansion, to participating in many national actions for health care and immigration in Washington D.C., Indivisibles have stood together with our neighbors to fight for our values. When Donald Trump came to Annapolis for the Naval Academy graduation, we greeted the graduates with warm congratulations while standing strong against the Trump agenda through signs, speaker, and protests.
We have stood with our neighbors when they needed assistance, accompanying people to ICE checkins, standing with a neighborhood in danger of losing school bus service, and supporting transgender students in the district
Standing with our community
Indivisible members are trained voter registration volunteers and have donated countless hours and resources to the many progressive candidates in Anne Arundel County. We encourage you to do the same!