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Assist the Prescott Indivisible Immigration Team

From the Prescott Indivisible's Immigration Team Leader, Maria-Elena Dunn:  Sadly, our Nation's path of destruction has gone on virtually unabated since Jan. 2017.  Through the courts, and sometimes our actions, we have been able to put temporary brakes, yet the...

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HUBDIALER

If this impeachment process and the stonewalling by Senate members has you steaming, take action! Using Indivisible's hubdialer gives you the opportunity to put pressure on Senator Martha McSally, who as we know is an appointed Republican senator who regularly votes...

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THANK CONGRESSMAN SCHIFF AND COUNTER NEGATIVE CALLS

Adam Schiff’s (D-CA) Congressional office and his campaign offices are receiving many abusive, awful phone calls, with staffers reporting that around 95% of his calls are negative. Let’s turn this around! We can use these numbers: (818) 450-2900, (818) 841-2828, (323)...

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Attend PI December General Meeting

Thursday, December 5, 6-7:30 pm Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist Church, 882 Sunset Ave., Prescott Let’s Send some Holiday Cheer to Those Detained by partnering with the Florence Immigrant  Refugee Rights Project (FIRRP), and Casa Mariposa Visitation Program  to...

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Friday Peace Vigils

Friday Peace Vigils

Every Friday at Cortez and Gurley Every Friday at 4:00pm-5:00pm a peace vigil occurs at the corner of Cortez and Gurley.  Grandmothers for Peace, Veterans for Peace and others attend. The insanity of war and the needless loss of life motivate them. Some of the reasons...

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Opportunity Scholarship at Yavapai College Update

Dreamers now must pay out-of-state tuition, but thanks to everyone who donated to the scholarship for Dreamers set up at Yavapai College by Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation, two DACA students received full tuition for this year.  But more can use our...

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Endorsements

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  

Kyrsten Sinema, US Senate;

Katie Hobbs, AZ Sec. of State;

Kathy Hoffman, AZ Sept. of Public Instruction;

Sandra Kennedy, AZ Corp. Commission;