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Wow, it has been a year! Formed on February 13, 2017, Indivisible Rapid City set out to resist the regressive agenda of Donald J. Trump and his Administration. We started out with a Facebook page and a meeting to introduce ourselves and write postcards to Donald Trump. The Facebook page now has over 700 followers and we have a website with nearly 200 people signed up for our newsletters. We partnered with other groups like the Pennington County Democrats, Democracy in Action, Black Hills Center for Equality, Queer South Dakota, National Organization for Women, Dakota Rural Action and South Dakota Voices for Peace.

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Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA) sounds like something we should all support, right? Not really. It only sounds good on its face, but if passed it could cause problems for anyone and everyone who uses the internet and ultimately may silence the very voices it claims to protect. This is why we all need to understand it and make sure our members of congress are aware of our views on the bill.

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When the Facebook post of Rep. Lynne DiSanto (R- SD, Dist. 35) went viral on the internet September 19, 2017, the Pennington County Republican Party was forced to respond. Black Hills Fox was able to get statements from both the chair and vice chair [1]. Marguerite McPhillips, Pennington County Republican chair said of the meme, “The Pennington County Republican Party does not condone violence that's not what we stand for. I'm disappointed this happened.” Vice chair, Mark Skogerboe, said in part, “She has hurt our credibility. All we can do is stand on our principles and invite people to come and read our platform. I wish her all the best but the party does not stand by that post. The party stands firmly for the rights of all people.” Indivisible Rapid City finds great irony in both statements. Let us not forget what our experience has been with the Pennington County Republican Party in the last few months.  

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We are a group of progressives using non-violent and focused pressure to resist the current administration's

regressive policies to ensure freedom, equality, liberty, and justice for all.

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