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This group from Indivisible Denton has visited Congressman Burgess's office in Lake Dallas every Monday for more than 2 years. Their protest is focused the need for independent investigation into Trump's conflicts of interest, including Russia.
This is a peaceful, law-abiding, friendly event.
Stuck with Stucky
Every Thursday during the legislative session, between 11 and 12, this stalwart group meets at the corner of Live Oak and Carroll Blvd to protest outside the office of State Representative Lynn Stucky, He represents Texas House District 64, which includes Denton, Krum, Corinth, Shady Shores, Hickory Creek, and Lake Dallas. The protests generally focus on public education.
This group is ready for anything! Rapid response protests, chalking events, and the ever popular Handmaids to name a few. If you have a flexible schedule and a passion for protest, get your name on the list. We're always looking for (legal) actions to get out out message.
Redistricting is officially meant to reflect population changes, but state lawmakers in Texas and a number of other states redrew the boundaries of their congressional districts according to a practice called partisan gerrymandering, where district lines are redrawn to protect one particular party. Denton County Commissioners recently withdrew a plan to redistrict prior to the 2020 census.
Letters to the Editor
Writing a letter to the editor is easier than you think! Letters to the editor are great advocacy tools. After you write letters to your members of Congress, sending letters to the editor can achieve other advocacy goals. Letters can reach a large audience, are often monitored by elected officials, can bring up information not addressed in the news, and create an impression
of widespread support for or opposition to an issue.
The ID Speak Easy group teaches voters how to speak up in a meeting or town hall, how to craft questions to candidates, and how to express goals and opinions in ways that will generate a response.
Watch our calendar page for the next training.
Small group meetups specially designed for new members. New members will be invited within a few days after joining. Learn how to get connected with your interests in activism and learn more about Indivisible Denton. Enjoy a beverage and the company of like-minded progressives.
Throughout the year, Indivisible Denton is involved in special projects in the community. Our floats in the annual July 4th parade are legendary. ID also sponsors service projects and tables at local events. Let us know if you have events to share or ideas for projects.