Please join us at Indivisible East Bay's All Member Meeting! Tickets (FREE) here WHEN: July 29, 2:30-4:30 PM WHERE: Oakland Public Library, 125 14th Street, Oakland (between Madison and Oak Streets on Lake Merritt) in the auditorium/community room (basement level). The Library is a quarter mile from the Lake Merritt BART station and half a mile from the … Continue reading IEB All-Member Meeting July 29
In the dead of the night, at the direction of Speaker Ryan, the House Rules Committee stripped out the AUMF repeal amendment that passed in the House Appropriations Committee
What TrumpCare means for YOU, and what you can do to fight it.
Please thank our California leaders who have committed to upholding the terms of the Paris Agreement on state and local levels.
Nationally, one in three people are sitting in jail simply because they cannot afford bail. In California, the median bail amount is $50,000. If you can’t afford that, you can get out of jail by paying a bail bond – a hefty fee – to a private bail bond company. Bail bonds are not refunded under any circumstances, … Continue reading Bail Reform for California
several hundred constituents came to King Middle School in Berkeley to hear Rep. Barbara Lee, John Dean, Malcolm Nance
the arc of the moral universe doesn’t bend toward justice on its own. And at Indivisible we are no longer prepared to leave the work of bending it to the politicians
Trump’s statements about banning Muslims from coming into the country should play in deciding the fate of the Ban
By Ann Daniels Time was, the people who worked for the Environmental Protection Agency believed the agency’s purpose was – wait for it – to protect the environment. That was then. Now, it’s the era of Scott Pruitt, who made his name by suing the EPA and wants to gut the agency. What’s Up: Under President … Continue reading Scott Pruitt is flexing his power. Time to flex yours!
I expect you to vote no on anyone who does not offer a full-throated denunciation of torture.
Do you enjoy writing carefully crafted arguments, backed up by evidence and published reports? Do you want to find another avenue to oppose the Administration and its GOP enablers? From your computer? Without having to talk to another human? Did you know during a defined period when a new regulation is issued (or when … Continue reading Internet heckling: it can (sometimes) really work
town hall with Senator Feinstein on Monday was a really powerful and interesting exchange
We're delighted to announce that—thanks in no small part to the persistence and insistence of the resistance (your calls, emails, and showing up)—Sen. Feinstein will be holding a town hall NEXT MONDAY on 11 AM at the Masonic Center in SF! Free tickets are available here. Get yours now because we expect them to go … Continue reading Just announced: Town Hall with Sen. Dianne Feinstein on April 17
We have an opportunity to work with a legislator who is not used to working with the grassroots but is open to our input, our help, and our support for pushing the environmental needle left. So let’s keep showing up!
California’s battle against the federal government rages on, this time on the issue of internet privacy. Back in March 2017, the US Congress approved a resolution to undo Obama-era internet privacy protections for consumers, and Trump of course signed it. Now our representatives in Sacramento are considering AB 375, a bill which would give us back the protections taken away by the federal government.
Join Congressman Mark DeSaulnier, Indivisible Guide co-author Jeremy Haile, and more than 30 activist groups at a Resistance Fair, July 29th in Pleasant Hill.
IEB joined Indivisible's first national Day of Action to #KillTheBill, speaking out and even performing a die-in outside Senator Dianne Feinstein's San Francisco office.
In late April 2017, Donald Trump signed an executive order that would expand offshore drilling for oil and gas and would also stop the expansion of any new marine sanctuaries and require the Secretary of Commerce to review any marine national monuments created or expanded over the past decade. This order, if enacted, could have … Continue reading Something in the Water: Marine Sanctuaries at Risk
Trump's Muslim Ban continues to bounce around the federal courts, with Attorney General Sessions' appeal of a lower court's order limiting the ban filed late Friday.
The California Assembly is set to vote this Thursday, July 13, on a pair of bills which would determine our state’s ability to control greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution.
On Saturday, July 9, IEB and Indivisible SF members attended a Single Payer Town Hall in Larkspur on the subject of Senate Bill 562, The Healthy California Act, also known as single-payer healthcare. A panel of experts and one of the bill's authors answered questions from a large and knowledgeable audience about numerous aspects of the bill.