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Indivisible Greenwich to Host “Vigil to End Human Concentration Camps”

As of Monday vigils, rallies, protests and other events are being planned in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and eight international locations to stand against “inhumane conditions faced by children and others in detention camps at the southern border.” Continue Reading →

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Indivisible Greenwich: We submitted a letter to the editor to Greenwich Sentinel. What happened next was not okay.

“While The Sentinel is known as a very conservative leaning publication, even we were surprised by its reaction when we submitted a letter to the editor taking issue with one of its pieces. We decided to chronicle this experience, which we’ve set forth below, not only to shine a light on this particular paper’s bias, but also as a cautionary tale about the dangers of press censorship of submissions by the public that take issue with what is printed.” – Indivisible Greenwich Steering Committee Continue Reading →

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CT Indivisible Groups Laud Diversity in Lamont Administration

“We are incredibly pleased with the determination and speed with which Governor-elect Lamont is constructing an administration that looks like the people who they will represent and work for.” – Indivisible Greenwich, Indivisible Stamford, CT Shoreline Indivisible, Indivisible CT, Farmington Valley Indivisible, Take Action CT-Glastonbury , Indivisible Connecticut District 4 (ICT4), Fairfield Standing United, Democracy First!, Indivisible Orange Continue Reading →

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Carl Higbie to Co-Host Panel Discussion at Greenwich Town Hall, Expects Fireworks

A year ago, Greenwich native and former Navy Seal Carl Higbie, was riding high. The married father of two who served two tours in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom, was a regular on Fox and CNN. Then was given a job in the Trump administration. But it all came crashing down when remarks he made in 2013 as a radio host on Sound of Freedom surfaced. Overnight he became the target of global media outrage. A year later, he says he has learned from the painful experience and is planning a bi-partisan Town Meeting discussion with panelists on the left and right discussion guns, immigration, taxes and foreign policy. Continue Reading →

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