By McKenzie Konop
A national rally and protest against Donald Trump and his administration has made its way to Door County. Indivisible Door County held a rally on Saturday in Sawyer Park to speak up against separating immigrant children and other family members from each other. They formed the three Door County Chapters after Trump was elected and was based on the strong progressive values of the national Indivisible Movement. Mike Brodd, one of the Coordinators of Indivisible Door County, says the people participating in the march came together to fight against what they called these corrupt actions.
The group started out with 32 people in February 2017 and now has over 350 members in Door County. For information on how to join this organization, visit the Indivisible Door County’s website.