Watching the Electors

When voter suppression tactics prevent citizens from exercising their right to vote, election outcomes fail to represent the true will of the people. - Election Watch program overview 2016 was the first presidential election after the Supreme Court gutted key protections of the Voting Rights Act in Shelby County v. Holder (2013). Free to alter voting … Continue reading Watching the Electors

Help the OtO Team Find Partners

The mission of IEB's Outreach to Organizations (OtO) team is to build partnerships with and support effective community groups. Two great examples of organizations that have been working in the trenches for years and that OtO has been working with: the Alameda County Community Food Bank, which among other things fights to save SNAP (food stamps) … Continue reading Help the OtO Team Find Partners

Don’t Forget Puerto Rico!

The administration throws paper towels, says that loss of life and infrastructure isn't really a crisis, and then makes a jaw-dropping attempt to simply remove unflattering statistics from the FEMA website about the lack of access to water and electricity in Puerto Rico. The territory is still in the grip of a humanitarian crisis. The … Continue reading Don’t Forget Puerto Rico!

Congress: Renew CHIP Funding

Poor overworked GOP Congress, so busy trying to steal our health care and criminalizing 20-week abortions that it couldn’t find one little minute to reauthorize the Children's Health Insurance Program.CHIP, a federal-state partnership, provides federal funds to cover low-cost health insurance for nearly 9 million uninsured children from low to modest-income families. If Congress doesn’t … Continue reading Congress: Renew CHIP Funding

Volunteer for ACILEP Rapid Response Training

Learn how to verify Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) activity and be a legal observer to protect our communities from ICE! The Alameda County Immigration Legal and Education Partnership (ACILEP) invites you to join its team of volunteer responders to resist ICE raids and deportations. Rehearse critical and creative tactics for effective action. No legal experience … Continue reading Volunteer for ACILEP Rapid Response Training

Glad to See You in September

With apologies to Walt Whitman: “We are large, we contain multitudes.” Indivisible East Bay sprawls across three congressional districts, two counties, and more than a dozen cities. Despite logistical struggles (“where should we meet!?”) IEB’s breadth is a strength - from west-most tip, Richmond, out to East County, our membership boasts a wide diversity of population, … Continue reading Glad to See You in September

IEB All-Member Meeting September 17

Please join us at Indivisible East Bay's All-Member Meeting! Our monthly meeting is for members and newcomers interested in opposing the Trump agenda. Meet fellow activists and Indivisible members, find out what IEB is doing and how you can join in. For more information, visit indivisibleeb.org. WHEN: Sunday September 17, 2017, 2:00 – 4:00 PM … Continue reading IEB All-Member Meeting September 17