Michigan organizer Joey Andrews / WI State Rep Robyn Vining

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INDIVISIBLE CHICAGO PODCAST SHOW NOTES FOR JULY 27, 2020

  • Eight hundred years ago, “law and order” didn’t mean to King John of England what it meant to Richard Nixon or what it means to Donald Trump. How did “law and order” go from the language of rebellion to the language of racism and reactionaries?
  • Joey Andrews is organizing for political candidates in southwest Michigan, and he joins the podcast this week to talk about the political landscape there and exactly why we should care. And more important, what we can do to help.
  • State Assembly Representative Robyn Vining is running for re-election in a district she won last time by just 132 votes, and Indivisible Chicago has been phone banking for her to help ensure the margin is far greater this time around. Learn more about her campaign at www.robynforwi.com and follow her on Instagram at @robynvining.

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Each week on the Indivisible Chicago Podcast, host Tom Moss talks to our representatives, newsmakers, activists, scholars, and Indivisible Chicago neighborhood chapter leads to learn more about what is happening in the push-back against the Trump agenda.

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