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Women March On

On 1/19/19, we will be marching again, continuing to demonstrate our resistance to hatred and bigotry in all forms.  This year, though, we’ve made a few changes.  Chief among them is that we’ve changed our name.  We are now Yavapai County Women March On.  We have...

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Your Input Needed to Save the Dells

There is still time to protect and preserve the crown jewel of Prescott's outdoor treasures, the Granite Dells. Currently, Save the Dells activists are asking area residents to let the Prescott Planning and Zoning Commission know how imperative it is that they serve...

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December PI General Meeting

  Saturday, December 8, 2018 3:30-5:00 pm Granite Peak UU 882 Sunset Ave., Prescott Acker Night Bumps PI General Meeting to Saturday, Dec. 8 The Prescott Indivisible General Meetings normally occur on the first Friday of each month. This year our GM  happens to...

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Take Action on Environmental Threats

Here is a list of actions we can take on upcoming legislation. Pick 3 to comment on before the listed closing date.Pay special attention to the items on climate change, the EPA and Ryan Zinke. Let us know what you did and we'll put it in the PI-Environmental Team...

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PI Environmental Team’s Facebook Page

Prescott Indivisible Environmental Committee We have new posts going up all the time on our Facebook Page: Click JOIN so it is always on your fb newsfeed Like us to build community. Here's how to use the Clean Energy for a Healthy AZ Facebook information page...

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Cornucopia Community Advocates, Food Recovery Program

This program helps organizations by facilitating the transportation of food through linkages established between sources (i.e. farmers, grocery stores, etc.) and emergency food providers (food banks, Meals on Wheels, etc). Some scary statistics for Yavapai and other...

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Four of the candidates that Prescott Indivisible endorsed won office. These statewide contests were very close. Your hard work to get voters to the polls made a difference.

Congratulations to  

Krysten Sinema, US Senate;

Katie Hobbs, AZ Sec. of State;

Kathy Hoffman, AZ Sept. of Public Instruction;

Sandra Kennedy, AZ Corp. Commission;