By Andrea Lum We are thrilled to share that Indivisible East Bay is now an official partner with Flip the West! After their overwhelming success in 2018 as Flip the 14, and after months spent researching and strategizing how to convert those purple states to blue, the newly-named Flip the West is ready to roll. … Continue reading Flipping Arizona, From A to Z
Nothing's better than eating ice cream with friends! Now's the time to reach out to that neighbor who's upset about immigration or climate change and doesn't know what to do, and bring them to Indivisible East Bay's All Members Meeting in Dublin on Sunday, September 29, from 1-3 pm! Tell them to bring their charged up … Continue reading Change the Regime with Ice Cream!
Yes, we put the East Bay into Indivisible East Bay this past weekend, with events in Hayward, Berkeley and Oakland all in one 48 hour period! First up, on September 6, Cal State East Bay students and faculty rallied in downtown Hayward to #SaveIsabel. Dozens of students marched from the Hayward campus through the streets … Continue reading Rallies, Rocking & Rainbows!
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services acknowledged the obvious this week: its decision to end the humanitarian "deferred action" program for immigrants receiving lifesaving medical treatment in the US would cost lives. Faced with growing public outrage - and likely not wanting such obvious blood on its hands - the White House announced on … Continue reading Don’t deport people getting lifesaving care
On July 25, a group of Indivisible East Bay members attended the Port of Oakland Board of Commissioners meeting to present concerns about Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) deportations at Oakland Airport. IEB attended in support of Mujeres Unidas y Activas (MUA) and Centro Legal de la Raza, and were joined by East Bay Alliance … Continue reading Team IEB at the Port of Oakland
Like most people in the East Bay, we in Indivisible East Bay were shocked to learn that Oakland Airport has been the site of thousands of deportations. “Hidden in Plain Sight: ICE Air and the Machinery of Mass Deportation,” the extraordinary report by the University of Washington's Center for Human Rights, reveals that almost 27,000 people … Continue reading There’s no ICE in SANCTUARY
Have you heard the great news? Brian Copeland and Charlie Varon are turning up for Indivisible East Bay in a big way. They, like us all, have been quietly going insane while our country descends into chaos. Like true artists, they've channeled their frustration into a comedy, “The Great American Sh*t Show,” a series of … Continue reading Laugh Out Loud on Aug. 17 with IEB
On July 8, Andrea Lum and LeAnn Kanowsky of Indivisible East Bay attended CA-15 Representative Eric Swalwell’s roundtable discussion on the situation at our border and immigration detention centers. Eden United Church of Christ hosted the event, and representatives from Indivisible Livermore, Tiburcio Vazquez Health Center, other religious organizations, and legal aid agencies who provide services … Continue reading Immigration Roundtable with Rep. Swalwell
Deadline: Tuesday, June 11 - As you know, Indivisible East Bay has committed to help flip four seats in the Virginia state legislature from Republican to Democratic this fall. Before we get there, though, there's a critical Democratic primary next Tuesday, June 11 in Virginia's 35th Senate district, where newcomer Yasmine Taeb is taking on party … Continue reading We Love Virginia Voters
Thanks to the support of volunteers like you, Indivisibles across the country worked tirelessly to take back the House last November. This has allowed Democrats to use their new power in the majority to investigate the Trump administration’s corruption and push back on his racist border wall, all while advocating for democracy reform, a Green … Continue reading April $hower$ Can Make it Rain