We handed out green and red papers for attendees to signal their ‘agreement’ or ‘disagreement’ with that the senator said. They can clearly be seen in the news coverage of the event.
Washington Post Coverage
Our members can be seen as a very-visible ‘living cemetery’ to show their opposition to the Republican-controlled Congress’ attack of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) with their tee shirts with messages of RIP me and #FixDontNix.
And Indivisible Midlands co-founders Julie Edwards and Sam Edwards spoke about their reactions to the town hall in this interview by WACH Fox.
Finally, Indivisible Midlands member, Kim Baker was quoted in this article.