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OUR MISSION

Dayton Indivisible for All (DIFA) seeks to mobilize the Greater Dayton community to promote an inclusive agenda and protect the rights of all people living in the U.S., citizens and non-citizens alike. We will resist intolerance, racism, and authoritarianism through peaceful and powerful means.

We will consistently and actively engage with our elected
officials and hold them accountable for their actions.

We will collaborate with and support like-minded organizations
in order to amplify our collective impact.

We will build opportunities for increased civic engagement
and participation in our political system.

GET INVOLVED!

DIFA provides opportunities for you to get involved in organized actions that focus on local, state, and federal issues as they come up. We need people who are willing to make phone calls, show up at rallies, visit their congressional offices, and send postcards. We need people who are willing to tell their story and help us show how legislation impacts our community. We need people who can research and track current and upcoming legislation. We need people who want to be at the forefront of this growing resistance movement. We need your help to keep fighting.

Let us know how you want to be involved!

Calls to Action

Send a comment to the EPA: Save the Clean Power Plan!

The Clean Power Plan would prevent 90,000 asthma attacks and 3,600 premature deaths per year. But Trump’s EPA head Scott Pruitt is replacing this important climate action with a do-nothing plan that lets polluters off the hook. Replacing the Clean Power Plan is a double whammy for our communities: It will result in increased rates of …

Oppose Dangerous State Gun Laws. Call Legislators today!

According to a recent Dayton Daily News article, there are about a dozen pieces of legislation pending at the Ohio Statehouse that would expand access to guns and their prevalence in our lives.  They are: HB373: Allow concealed carry weapons permitholders to carry hidden firearms in courthouses and government buildings. HB228 and SB180: Change the …