Meeting with Sen. Harris staff Nov. 2019

By IEB member Phil A delegation from Indivisible East Bay met with Senator Kamala Harris’s staff on November 8, 2019, at her offices at 333 Bush St., San Francisco. Harris Staff Attending: Dino Chen, Deputy State Director; Adam Mehs, District Director; Intern TOPICS DISCUSSED: Homeland Security Spending Bill IEB: We were disappointed that the September Continuing … Continue reading Meeting with Sen. Harris staff Nov. 2019

Oppose unjust asylum regulations

By Dean Gloster Deadline: Comments due January 13, 2020 - It’s the law: Refugees are legally entitled to asylum in the U.S. if they have a well-founded fear of persecution in their home country for specific reasons. Unfortunately, there’s law and there’s enforcement policy - and the chief architect of the Trump administration’s immigration policy … Continue reading Oppose unjust asylum regulations

Thanking all of you from all of us

By Ann G. Daniels and Heidi Rand It’s become our annual tradition at this time to list some people and things that have been keeping us going through the Tunnel of AYFKM. Here’s our list from last year, and our list from 2017. As the weird keeps getting weirder (to put it mildly), amazing folks … Continue reading Thanking all of you from all of us

Indivisible’s meeting with Rep. Swalwell

By Ward Kanowsky Members of Indivisible East Bay and Livermore Indivisible met with Representative Eric Swalwell (CA-15) and his staff over Monday morning coffee on November 4, 2019 at Inkling’s Coffee & Tea in Pleasanton. Our discussion focused on the impeachment inquiry and where it’s heading. The two Indivisible chapters asked a range of questions … Continue reading Indivisible’s meeting with Rep. Swalwell

The fire this time

By Ann G. Daniels and Andrea Lum Once again, our hearts go out to our friends in the north affected by the Kincade and Burris fires, including our colleagues in Indivisible Healdsburg and Indivisible Petaluma. At the same time, we’re outraged, looking at yet another year of environmental and personal devastation. We’re demanding justice, along with … Continue reading The fire this time

October 2019 All Members Meeting

By Michelle Hoselton We greeted people to our October 27 All Members Meeting with fun-size candy bars, Swedish Fish gummies, and of course, Indivisible East Bay t-shirts (get 'em while they last at IEB events). Perfect fuel for the resistance! Check-in featured a whiteboard survey asking people to show how they plan to help elect … Continue reading October 2019 All Members Meeting

Join Tax the Rich campaign

By Nancy Latham Help shift the public narrative on taxes and the economy! For decades, one narrative on taxes and the economy has dominated: lower taxes are better than higher taxes. The wealthiest, claiming the title of “job creator,” make this argument most loudly. They argue that if their taxes go up, the incentives to … Continue reading Join Tax the Rich campaign

Defunding Hate: What’s the Budget Got to do with it?

By Linh Nguyen and Ann G. Daniels Deadline: Now, the budget bill is coming up fast - This is where the rubber meets the road: the rubber erasers, and the mechanical pencils, and if you’ve got those wacky green eyeshades you can pull them out too. We’re gonna get nerdy and talk about how things … Continue reading Defunding Hate: What’s the Budget Got to do with it?

I Care, You Care, We All Obamacare – by Dec 15!

By Ming Richie Healthcare is consistently the number one issue on voters’ minds, and it’s easy to understand why. Confusion surrounding terminology, access, costs and players has most of us struggling to navigate through complicated waters and just stay afloat, as happy and healthy as we can afford. We are excited to see the 2020 Democratic … Continue reading I Care, You Care, We All Obamacare – by Dec 15!