On this page, you will find a number of short videos depicting the people and activities that represent Indivisible Ferndale. Enjoy!
Eureka Women’s March on January 19, 2019
This year Indivisible Ferndale marched in three different cities: Eureka, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. Thanks to Susan Diehl-McCarthy for designing our shirts for the march! Although our IF turnout was small, we were joined by 1,000 marchers in Old Town Eureka. Susan Diehl-McCarthy and her mother, Betty along with a niece and Ruth Stretch marched in San Francisco. And last, but not least . . . Corrie Pedrotti, her daughter, Quinn and a friend marched at our nation’s capital. Look for Indivisible signs in every city! The soundtrack is by Maceo Parker, former sax player with James Brown and entitled “Keep Marching On.”
Eureka Women’s March on January 21, 2017
Before Indivisible Ferndale was formed, many of us took the streets to let the incoming Republican regime know that we would not stand idly by and see our country regress. I created a short film of photos from the march collected from my iPhone camera roll and the Lost Coast Outpost.
I selected the song “For All Humankind” by Eliza Gilkyson (recorded from her Facebook page) because it was performed by Nina Gerber for the Eureka protesters. Everyone sang along. The melody is “Auld Lang Syne.”
Indivisible Ferndale’s one year anniversary (January, 2018)
I created this second video as a reminder of what Indivisible Ferndale had accomplished in one short year culminating with the election of two new trustees to the College of the Redwoods Board of Trustees: Bonnie Deister (Area 1) and Danny Kelley (Area 2). In October, 2018, I shared this video with the Democrat of the Year crowd to say “This is who we are!” The song is “The Revolution Starts Now!” by Steve Earle. View the lyrics here.
Indivisible Ferndale’s 2nd Anniversary (January, 2019)
This film encapsulates the work that we accomplished in 2018. The song is “Marching On!” by Phoebe Hunt and the Gatherers. View the lyrics here.
More to come because We Keep Marching On!