Members of Indivisible Moraga braved a chilly north wind at the Moraga Commons April 13 and held a protest in tandem with nationwide vigils called by the organizers of the Women's March for the people of Syria. "We stand with their suffering," said protester Dolores Stratford.
President Donald Trump announced April 6 a cruise missile strike against a Syrian air base in retaliation for the regime's alleged use of chemical weapons against its people. "We are vehemently anti-war," said Megan Kinney, founder of Indivisible Moraga. "Doing nothing was being complicit with the Trump administration." Kinney's group favors diplomacy and the use of international criminal courts over military force.
Indivisible Moraga is part of the larger Indivisible movement, of which there are more than 6,000 groups fighting the Trump agenda. - Nick Marnell