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Indivisible Durango

Attend the SW Movement for Black Lives

Attend the SW Movement for Black Lives Friday eve vigils, featuring all BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) speakers. Every Fri rain or shine, 7pm at Buckley park. Opportunity to learn and get involved! On FB: @swmovement4blacklives


Indivisible Durango

Make Sure You & Your Friends are Registered to Vote!

Ensure everyone you know is REGISTERED TO VOTE! Local, County, and State elections are as important as Federal. Google “Go Vote Colorado” and it’ll take you to CO’s website. Or, nationwide! As we approach the Nov 3rd election –

Indivisible Durango

02/02/19: Be A Snowdown Hero!

The Durango Food Bank really needs donations, as they got hit unexpectedly hard during the Federal Government shutdown. Can you help Indivisible Durango by volunteering for the Durango Food Bank?

Time & Date: Sat, Feb 2, 11 a.m.

Indivisible Durango

Join the 2019 Women’s March!

Speakers will include Katie Young, Planned ParenthoodCommunity Organizer; Captain Gail Harris, (United StatesNavy, Ret.); April Yazza, 2018-2019 Ms. Hozhoni, FLC; Barbara McLachlan, Colorado State House Representative, and Katie Kandarian-Morris, Minister, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango. Emcee will be Allie Wolfe, Activist, Comedian, &

Immigration Committee

9/20/18: PROTEST I.C.E. At the La Plata County Courthouse

Angry about families being ripped apart at the border?
It’s happening here, too.

Concerned citizens – members of Indivisible and beyond – have been DAILY protesting the round up of undocumented immigrants in our community, at our Courthouse.

Civil Rights Committee

ACLU Speaker Coming to Durango on Oct. 3!


SUPPORTED BY CIVIL RIGHTS COMMITTEE“Protecting the Constitution in the Age of Trump.”  Dr. Kathleen Hyne from the American Civil Liberties Union is speaking.  This is a presentation free and open to the public.

Civil Rights Committee

09/09/18: Defend Durango’s Homeless

ACTION:   Communicate with Durango City Council about safety concerns of the homeless community due to: 1) potential health risks associated with the dog park at the former uranium mill, and 2) ceasing the requirement for the homeless to set up and break down their tents every day.