Last year's inaugural Indivisible March was a joyous celebration of the movement's successes and goals -- and a commemoration of Women's Equality Day. This year we're focused on the hard work of flipping Congress -- recognizing that only by electing progressive candidates can we achieve real equality for women and other Americans threatened under Trump.
From budget cuts to the purging of entire departments within federal agencies -- and even to the intentional pushing of "alternative facts" about climate change, natural disasters, pollution and more -- public science has come under fire like never before. The L.A. Alliance for Science plans to build on the success of 2017's March for Science while functioning as a bridge between the communities that it brought together.
Indivisible: Conejo will join Indivisible Los Angeles, the Pasadena-based Indivisible Suffragists, and other organizations for this march from City Hall to Pershing Square. The march celebrates Women's Equality Day, marking the anniversary of women gaining the right to vote via the 19th Amendment.
In Los Angeles, the April 29 People's Climate March will take place in the L.A. Harbor Area to call attention to a massive merger/expansion of the Tesoro Refinery with BP Carson, that will have global climate change impacts.
Indivisible: Conejo invites you to join our Science/Technology Action Team at this Earth Day Science march bringing together scientists, educators, students, advocates, and community leaders. We'll call on policymakers to champion and fund science and evidence-based policies that uphold the common good. Meet up with us ahead of the event to carpool in honor of Earth Day.
Join us to honor the legacy of Cesar Chavez by marching with us in solidarity with the farm workers in our community. We're meeting ahead of the march, and we'll head over together.