Indiana faith leaders Tuesday denounced the Trump administration’s plans to rescind DACA, drawing a hundred people to an Indianapolis rally.
The primary message was an attack on President Trump, for what Sanders says is a failure to act on campaign promises to prevent jobs from leaving the country.
Community members marched through Bloomington holding banners and chanting “black lives matter” and “the people united, will never be divided.”
Matthew Heimbach, who lives in Paoli, heads the white nationalist group Traditionalist Workers Party.
Some looking for redistricting reform say a groundswell of public support might prove necessary for lawmakers to take action.
Faith leaders, lawyers, politicians and local residents spoke Sunday at a rally to support immigrant protections in Indiana.
Though it was organized by the university’s Iranian Cultural Club, the peaceful protest included more than just members of Purdue’s immigrant community.
The rally featured speakers from more than ten Bloomington organizations.
Saturday marked the fourth day of anti-Trump protests nationwide, including one in Indianapolis.
Around 200 people gathered in an old gymnasium in southern Indiana for the rally, part of the Indiana GOP’s “Proven Leadership” tour.