Make Indianapolis a Zone Safe from Official Bigotry

Smaller cities have begun this trend. Indianapolis should be helping to lead it.

Please add your name to this petition to urge the Indianapolis City Council to act:

WHEREAS, safeguarding the equal and inalienable rights and inherent dignity of all people is the foundation of the relationship between a representative government and its people;

AND whereas, we recognize that this relationship is under threat;

THEREFORE we, the undersigned individuals residing in Indianapolis, IN, call upon all Indianapolis governing authorities and law enforcement agencies to pledge in writing to protect all of our city's community members;

FURTHERMORE, we call upon these authorities and agencies to proclaim publicly that they will refuse to cooperate with any demands from the federal government to institute detentions, deportations, registries, conversion therapies, imprisonment, torture, assassination or any other acts that target or discriminate based on immigration status, race, ethnicity, religion, country of origin, ability, political affiliation, economic status, age, gender-identity, or sexual orientation;

FURTHERMORE, we the undersigned individuals pledge to protect, to the best of our ability, all community members and will support our local governments as they move to resist these undemocratic practices in order to reaffirm their commitment to inclusivity, respect, and dignity.

IT WORKS BEST IF YOU ONLY SIGN THIS PETITION IF YOU LIVE IN THIS CITY.



1-25 of 49 signatures
Number Date Name Location Please add comment.
49 1 year ago Barbara Lyles Indianapolis, IN
48 1 year ago Anonymous INDIANAPOLIS, IN
47 1 year ago Leah Hunter Indianapolis, IN
46 1 year ago Freddie Sullivan Indianapolis, IN
45 1 year ago Anonymous Indianapolis, IN
44 1 year ago Elizabeth Hurlbut Indianapolis, IN
43 1 year ago Anonymous Indianapolis, IN I support Indianapolis becoming a Sanctuary City.
42 1 year ago Shirley Gilson Indianapolis, In, IN I protest the ban on Muslims and all peoples
41 1 year ago Dwight Burlingame Indianapolis, IN
40 1 year ago Anonymous Indianapolis, IN
39 1 year ago Melba Hopper Indianapolis, IN Please represent the kind of country we've always been and strongly object and refuse to carry out the president's ban on Muslims and people from other countries.
38 1 year ago cyndi hall IN we must resist tyranny!
37 1 year ago Shirley Evans Indianapolis, IN Authoritarian government is not by the people and for the people. We are loosing our democracy founded and fought for throughout our history. We must stand firm and together.
36 1 year ago Paul Fischer Indianapolis, IN
35 1 year ago Nancy Hanson Indianapolis, IN
34 1 year ago Nancy Hanson Indianapolis, IN
33 1 year ago Joy Masterson Indianapolis, IN
32 1 year ago Juli Smith Indianapolis, IN
31 1 year ago Jessica McGuire Indianapolis, IN
30 1 year ago KM Smith Indianapolis, IN
29 1 year ago Jill Maksym Indianapolis, IN
28 1 year ago Rosemarie Overstreet Indianapolis, IN My mother was a displaced person (DP) refugee/immigrant following the end of WW2. She arrived in Indianapolis and she would be sickened by what is happening with the current administration's...
27 1 year ago Nancy Campbell Indianapolis, IN We must stand in solidarity with our immigrant friends and neighbors!
26 1 year ago Anonymous Indianapolis, IN It's a tragedy that the new administration has forced us to remind public our officials to do their job.
25 1 year ago Kent Newton Indianapolis , IN
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We were inspired in this effort and borrowed heavily from the work of the It Won't Happen Here Sonoma County Statement.