E-Newsletter: Resistance Report, Mar. 15, 2018

Students Demand ‘Common Sense’ Gun Laws

After a lone gunman killed 17 people last month at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, Chelsey Morgeson of Lexington was determined to do more than call her legislators about the scourge of gun violence. Read More

E-newsletter: Resistance Report, Mar. 1, 2018

The Big Blue Wave Needs You!

Kentucky District 49―a district that Donald Trump carried by a 72-23 margin in 2016―flipped from red to blue last month when Democrat Linda Belcher won a state house seat in a special election. Her win is one of 39 legislative seats that have flipped since Trump’s inauguration. Read More

E-Newsletter: Resistance Report, Feb. 15, 2018

Let Legislators Hear Your Voice!

During the current session in Frankfort, our Republican-led legislature is making decisions on the budget, state pension system, tax policies, and other issues that will affect thousands of Kentuckians for years to come. It is crucial that we the people have our say! Read More.

E-newsletter: Resistance Report, December 20th

The Bluegrass Activist Alliance is Born

Some of the people gathered in the Unitarian Universalist Church on Sunday, Dec. 10, were members of Indivisible Bluegrass. Some were members of Together We Will Bluegrass. Some were members of both.

E-Newsletter: Resistance Report, November 9, 2017

Indivisible, Together We Will Unite

The leadership of Indivisible Bluegrass and Together We Will (TWW) Bluegrass has combined into one powerful organization. The announcement was made to members on Sunday during a live stream via Facebook.

E-Newsletter: Resistance Report, October 24, 2017

Listening Tour

How are we doing? Just fine, and thanks for asking.

Oh, we have a few problems, including fatigue. You expect that when constantly butting up against a powerful federal administration with a dangerous and erratic agenda.

But we are strong—6,000 local groups from coast to coast.

E-Newsletter: Resistance Report, October 10, 2017

Time for Tax Reform is NOW

Three speakers called for tax reform as the way to solve the state’s pension crisis at a joint meeting of Indivisible Bluegrass and Together We Will Bluegrass on Sunday, Oct. 8 at the downtown Lexington Library. About 75 people attended.