The Indivisible East Bay Grassroots Presidential Forum

As part of our February All Members Meeting, Indivisible East Bay reached out to the local campaigns of all the presidential candidates who have signed the Indivisible Pledge, inviting local people working at a grassroots level to tell us about the experiences and ideas that brought them to do that work. Six out of seven … Continue reading The Indivisible East Bay Grassroots Presidential Forum

And then there were Nine (Debates)

By Ted Lam On February 19, sixteen Indivisible East Bay CA-11 team members and friends watched the ninth Democratic debate prior to the team meeting. Everyone agreed the debate was lively and provided relevant information for our own March 3 primary decision making.  Toward the end of the debate, attendees who supported Bloomberg, Buttigieg, Klobuchar, … Continue reading And then there were Nine (Debates)

Impeachment special ending soon! Senate operators standing by for your call!

By Heidi Rand Deadline: NOW - Sorry we can't offer BOGO on this impeachment deal, but you do need to call RIGHT AWAY. In fact, NOW's the time for us all to burn up the phone lines demanding the Senate hold a fair and open impeachment trial with relevant witnesses and documents. The urgency is … Continue reading Impeachment special ending soon! Senate operators standing by for your call!

No cover-up! Demand a fair impeachment trial

By Heidi Rand Deadline: NOW - On January 21, 2020 - three years and one day after Donald John Trump's inauguration and the first day of his impeachment trial - the Republicans began blowing Constitutional checks and balances and Congress's oversight powers to bits. They voted over and over to block witnesses and documents from … Continue reading No cover-up! Demand a fair impeachment trial

First we marched, now we act

Deadline: We Marched … now we Act! January 18, 2020 - the fourth Women's March date since the Caveman-in-Chief came to DC (and let's make it the last of his tenure!). Many Indivisible East Bay'ers were in Oakland, and we're bringing you an action item from that central rally. We've also got reports from other … Continue reading First we marched, now we act

Flipping Arizona, From A to Z

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

Demand impeachment and removal!

By Heidi Rand Deadline: Sign up NOW and go to an Impeach & Remove demonstration on Tues. Dec. 17 - Updated 12/15/19: The Impeach & Remove mass mobilization demonstrations have been called by the national coalition for Tuesday, December 17, the eve of the historic impeachment vote in the House of Representatives. Most events are … Continue reading Demand impeachment and removal!

Support immigrants’ path to permanent residency

By Heidi Rand Deadline: Act NOW & join Nov. 19 rally -  Join immigrants and their allies in fighting for a pathway to permanent residency for over a million longtime U.S. residents who are at risk of losing their legal status under the Trump administration's attacks on programs such as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Temporary Protected … Continue reading Support immigrants’ path to permanent residency

We are Indivisible: Book Talk with Leah Greenberg and Ezra Levin

On November 8, 2019, nearly 100 people crammed into San Francisco’s tiny Book Passage to hear Pod Save America co-host Dan Pfeiffer — who during his intro clarified that he used to work in the Obama White House — interview Indivisible founders Leah Greenberg and Ezra Levin about the experiences and tactics that shaped their … Continue reading We are Indivisible: Book Talk with Leah Greenberg and Ezra Levin

Election Security Day of Action, Plus John Oliver

Deadline: November 13 Day of Action - We've written before about the state of our elections and the security, or rather the profound lack of security, of our voting machines. We've told you about foreign interference and the desperate need for money to actually secure our votes. We've mentioned that there is $600 million authorized … Continue reading Election Security Day of Action, Plus John Oliver