Join us to protest as we send the message to STOP FAMILY SEPARATION.

On June 30, people are rallying in Washington, D.C. and around the country and the world to tell Donald Trump and his administration to stop separating kids from their parents. Join us here in Charlottesville as we rally in solidarity with others around the country.

We will protest at the Albemarle County Building on Preston and McIntire as we send the message to STOP FAMILY SEPARATION.

The Trump administration has been systematically ripping children from the arms of their parents at the U.S. border. Babies as young as 18 months old are being taken from their mother’s arms and being placed in detention. This policy is beyond appalling. It is also consistent with Trump’s racist and xenophobic agenda.

To RSVP and for more information, check out our Facebook event.

Guillermo Ubilla
Join us at Three Notch’d for a happy hour and discussion with Clean Virginia on its mission to level the playing field for Virginia’s energy policy.

Executive Director Brennan Gilmore will present on Clean Virginia’s activities and lead a discussion on impacts and challenges of Dominion Energy’s longstanding influence in our state politics.

About Clean Virginia: Clean Virginia is an independent advocacy organization with an associated Political Action Committee, Clean Virginia Fund. Clean Virginia works to fight corruption in Virginia politics in order to promote clean energy a robust competitive economy and community control over our energy policy. They are motivated by the core belief that energy policy should be a vehicle for social and economic justice in this country, not a driver of climate change, environmental degradation, inequality and political disenfranchisement

RSVP and learn more at our Facebook event.

Guillermo Ubilla
Join one of Indivisible's election action teams and work to flip the 5th district blue!

No matter how much or how little time you can spare, your contribution is essential to bringing the progressive wave to central Virginia. Right now, Indivisible Charlottesville volunteers are registering people to vote for the first time, contacting potential voters across the district, organizing protests, tracing and researching right-wing candidates, and writing letters to the editor. Visit and join a team today to get started!

Guillermo Ubilla