Category Archives: Press Releases

PRESS RELEASE: Indivisible Gainesville Partners with Black Men United and UF Chapter of LADIES for Backpack 2 Success


Back Pack 2 SuccessIndivisible Gainesville is proud to announce our partnership with Black Men United and the UF Chapter of L.A.D.I.E.S (Leadership-Advancement-Development-Involvement-Engagement-Service) as co-hosts of Backpack 2 Success on August 12th at the Faith Mission Community Center at 3701 NE 15th St. from 10am to 2pm. This event is also supported by the Alachua County Young Democrats.

Backpack 2 Success will distribute high-quality, stylish backpacks filled with school supplies to 150 children of all ages from the surrounding east Gainesville neighborhoods. Local barbers will give free haircuts to kids, just in time for back to school. Read more

Indivisible Gainesville: Ted Yoho Fails With His Vote to Dismantle the ACA

TED YOHO FAILS WITH HIS VOTE TO DISMANTLE THE ACA

Indivisible Gainesville, a local group of nearly 2000 citizens, would like to express our dismay at Congressman Ted Yoho’s vote in favor of dismantling the Affordable Care Act (ACA). This decision will negatively impact millions of Americans. Despite broad constituent disapproval, many of our own members received a form letter from Mr. Yoho explaining his vote. Read more

PRESS RELEASE: INDIVISIBLE GAINESVILLE JOINS THE GAINESVILLE AREA EQUALITY MARCH FOR UNITY AND PRIDE

Gainesville, FL (Wednesday June 7, 2017) – Today, Indivisible Gainesville announces they will join the Gainesville Area Equality March on Sunday, June 11. The event is hosted by the Pride Community Center and other community groups. The march and rally coincides with the National Pride March and marks the one year anniversary of the tragedy at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, which will always be remembered as the deadliest incident of violence against the LGBTQIA community in United States history. Read more

PRESS RELEASE: Indivisible Gainesville Engages Community and Promotes Peaceful Town Hall Message

Indivisible Gainesville Counters the Independent Alligator’s Focus on Violence.

On April 4th, the Independent Alligator published an article about the upcoming town hall with Representative Ted Yoho. Indivisible Gainesville found ourselves shocked and disappointed at the coverage. Not only was the article filled with errors—including the incorrect date for the previous town hall—but also it was inflammatory. Read more

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