Idyllwild Invidivisible part of nationwide movement

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Nearly 140 people attended the Idyllwild Indivisible meeting at St. Hugh’s Episcopal Church Monday night. This group of concerned locals is dedicated to the advancement of sustainable economic, environmental and social justice. The group, at its first meeting two weeks ago, divided into three subgroups to address and create plans for action in each of the three areas (economic, environmental, and social justice). The budding group has already outgrown the church and the Rainbow Inn.
Photo by Peter Szabadi

Dave Dillon, a history teacher who lives in Idyllwild, spoke at the Idyllwild Indivisible meeting Monday night about our government and its structure. A story about the meeting will appear in next week’s Town Crier.

An overflowing crowd listens to local and retired professor Sam Crowell speak as Idyllwild Indivisible founder Janice Murasko stands to the right. The Indivisible movement is a nationwide mobilization in response to President Donald Trump’s policies. Photos by Peter Szabadi

Guest speaker Sam Crowell from the international group Earth Charter spoke at the II meeting Monday night.

Erin O’Neill and Mark Yardas speak at the II meeting Monday night. Yardas is the leader of the II’s Environmental Justice Committee.

Guest speaker Sam Crowell from the international group Earth Charter spoke at the II meeting Monday night.

Larry Kueneman of Pine Cove speaks to the Idyllwild Indivisible crowd at Monday night’s meeting. He had a prepared statement addressing his concerns about the White House administration and people’s need to take action.

Idyllwild Indivisible founder Janice Murasko of Pine Cove speaks at Monday night’s meeting.

Diane Put of Idyllwild speaks at the II meeting Monday night. She reported on the meeting of the Economic Justice Committee who met two weeks ago.

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