Stand in Solidarity with Charlottesville

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In light of the tragic events in Charlottesville, VA this weekend and the ongoing white supremacist attacks throughout the country, we, along with our friends at Women’s March, Campus Democrats, Working Families Party, Progressive Coalition of Santa Barbara, #Resist, 350.org, MoveOn.org, Sierra Club, Pantsuit Nation, Planned Parenthood and many, many others, will come together in peacefully solidarity with our brave friends in Charlottesville who put themselves at risk to fight against white supremacy.

Meet us at De La Guerra Plaza. Bring signs, bring materials to make signs, bring flowers, bring hugs.

Date: Sunday, August 13th at 5:00 pm

Location: De La Guerra Plaza

More information at indivisiblesb.org

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Flicka Aug 15, 2017 09:47 AM
Stand in Solidarity with Charlottesville

The Prez declaring "hate on both sides" is an insult to the protesters wanting peace. He and his buddy Steve Bannon promote racism.

BuddySB Aug 14, 2017 11:42 AM
Stand in Solidarity with Charlottesville

Standing against this kind of extreme nationalistic, Neo-Nazi white supremacy, ugly racist stuff is a non-partisan issue. We fought WWII for this reason. I'd like to see some GOP type orgs join this march. There is only one side of this issue. Where are the orgs on the other side of the aisle?

420722 Aug 14, 2017 10:47 AM
Stand in Solidarity with Charlottesville

I am ready to fight white supremacy at any time of day. I am white and I don't know who these people think they are. We are all equal whether you like that or not or agree or disagree. This is supposed to be 2017 not 1934.

yourfakereality Aug 13, 2017 03:34 PM
Stand in Solidarity with Charlottesville

Isn't it interesting that the Chumash have never even hinted at removing statues or other memorials to Junipero Serra, and no NGOs that I know of have come boiling out of the woodwork`to support the tribe's effort to exercise land use rights that are guaranteed under federal law. Not sure why this situation is so different, especially after reviewing images of father Serra - I'd much rather look at a statue of Robert E. Lee than Serra, because that 'do the padre had on his head, was a crime all by itself;-)

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