The University of Florida is home to many students who are referred to as DREAMers, individuals who were brought without documentation to the United States at an early age, who have assimilated to U.S. culture and have been educated by U.S. school systems.
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CALL TO ACTION: Last weekend, Donald Trump intentionally threw gasoline on the flames of the culture wars when he called for the firing of NFL players who refuse to stand for the national anthem. His statements have bounced around the internet and grabbed the attention of the media. While all of this has been going on, there is still a bill in Congress to repeal and destroy Obamacare. Read more
We did it! We united as a community. We stood up against hate. Our hearts are full of pride and love for the people of Alachua County, Gainesville, and the University of Florida. We thank you for calling and writing in opposition to Richard Spencer speaking in our town. We also thank President W. Kent Fuchs for protecting his students, faculty, staff, and community from the risk of imminent violence. Read more
Indivisible Gainesville is proud to participate in the Gainesville Area Equality March for Unity and Pride. Our mission explicitly states that we resist any and all regressive movements—which includes codifying discrimination in our laws, ordinances, and statutes. We march to show our support for the LGBTQ+ community, communities of color, and all who are marginalized and disenfranchised by this administration. Read more
Senator Marco Rubio sent out a survey today (“Paid For By Marco Rubio For Senate”), so we thought we would share a few of the survey questions with you. We have a lot to say in answer to the questions we’ve outlined below. Let us know what YOU think.
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