Picnic & Postcards in the Park

Wednesday, May 12

6:30 PM   Outdoor/In-Person

Milford Central Park Pavilion

Indivisible Huron Valley 
is a local non-partisan group of citizens.


Our mission is to actively protect, defend, and promote the principles of our democracy for all people. Monthly meetings are held at on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7 pm 


Milford Senior Center 

1050 Atlantic Street

Milford, MI  48381

Due to the coronavirus outbreak most in person meetings have been cancelled please follow us on Facebook or join us to receive our monthly newsletter for virtual meeting information.


Monthly Meeting

May 12, 2021

6:30 PM

Milford Central Park


We are hoping for cooperative weather so we can meet at the pavilion in Central Park to write postcards. All materials will be provided. Bring your dinner and share a bit of social time with your Indivisible Huron Valley friends.  Hope to see you there. See the Calendar for more information


Saturdays 9 AM:

Saturday Morning Discussion 

We meet every Saturday to decompress and discuss things going on in the world and also how to make this world better. This is a much more relaxed event than the monthly meeting and allows everyone to interact. Super important in the current Pandemic world!

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Join us every Saturday at 9 AM Virtually. Feel free to join, bring some friends that aren't normally into the structured events. Lets have some laughs and hone our communication skills.  See the Calendar for details.

See you next Saturday!

IHV Presents a 3 part series:

Extremism in MI-Facing the Challenge


Indivisible Huron Valley’s Legislative Action Committee is sponsoring a three-part series on far right politics in Michigan starting April 21st. On May 19 we will learn about the history of the far right movement in Michigan from Amy Cooter, PhD, She has researched different groups that are usually described as part of the “patriot movement” in the United States, and is an expert in US domestic militia groups.

Each session will begin at 7 PM and is virtual.  Register at:

Wednesday, April 21 Part I: History of Far Right Politics and How Extremism Affects Legislation in MI

Wednesday, May 19  Part II: Dr. Amy Cooter, PhD, Vanderbilt University, U.S. domestic militia groups 

Wednesday, June 16  Part III: Progressive Actions and Messaging to Push Back Extremism

Admission is free but donations are welcome to cover the speaker's stipend. Donate HERE

For more information contact

Extremism in Michigan Part 2

Virtual Event

May 19th  at 7PM.

With special guest:


Dr.  Amy Cooter, PhD,

Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Vanderbilt University

How do experiences of whiteness and masculinity intersect with political and nationalistic ideologies? Most recently, Dr. Cooter has studied how Michigan Militia members understand themselves as a group that lauds an historical moment where white men had a monopoly of social power, but who see themselves as the last line of defense for American values of equality and justice. Understanding how these militias navigate this contradiction yields insights into their understanding of race and who is a real American. 

Join us, May 19th,  when Dr. Amy Cooter will include us in her discussion of over ten years of research studying these militias.  A presentation followed by  a Q & A session to delve into the backgrounds and experiences that lead to the actions that are so difficult for us to understand. RSVP HERE

This event will not be recorded, please attend to benefit from the presentation. 

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