Nine Months After Election, Lancaster Activists Digging In for Long Term Political Influence

Penn Live did a feature story on Lancaster Stands Up, how this grassroots effort emerged in the wake of the 2016 election, and most importantly how we're "digging in for long-term political influence:"

 

"Lancaster Stands Up is unique among the various local activist groups that sprung up after the election in that they did not lose steam after the initial vigils and rallies. Indeed, on Sunday their rally drew around 1,000 people downtown to talk about the racial issues that exist in light of the previous day's violence and death in Charlottesville, Va."

 

You can read the full article here, which quotes a wide range of people from Lancaster both those directly involved with Lancaster Stands Up, and more established figures in the Democratic Party.