Tracking down Senator Feinstein

On the morning of August 11, 2018, IEB members tracked down Senator Dianne Feinstein at a campaign office-warming for San Francisco Supervisor Catherine Stefani. It was a very cozy event of the kind Sen. Feinstein clearly (and understandably) prefers to open town halls — though during her remarks she did say something about envying Supervisor … Continue reading Tracking down Senator Feinstein

Experts talk about how to beat the Kavanaugh nomination

By Candace Goldman On August 2, 2018, Indivisible East Bay took part in a community meeting in Berkeley to discuss Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the United States Supreme Court, and actions we can take to prevent his approval by the Senate. IEB co-sponsored the meeting with the California Civil Rights Coalition, Equal Justice … Continue reading Experts talk about how to beat the Kavanaugh nomination

IEB Delivers Message to Sen. Murkowski from Alaska’s Indivisibles: Vote No on Kavanaugh

When we heard that the difficult to pin down Senator Lisa Murkowski was slated to be the guest speaker at the August 2018 Tahoe Summit, which several Indivisible East Bay members planned to attend, we reached out to Indivisibles in Alaska to see if there was a message we could bring to the senator on their … Continue reading IEB Delivers Message to Sen. Murkowski from Alaska’s Indivisibles: Vote No on Kavanaugh

Kavanaugh’s papers matter. You need to call.

Deadline: Just pick up the phone and call, would it kill you? You don't call. You don't write. You think they don't notice, but they do. Back-channel reports to some Indivisible East Bay members confirm what press reports are starting to say: Senators aren't hearing from their constituents about Brett Kavanaugh, and there's no groundswell … Continue reading Kavanaugh’s papers matter. You need to call.

Let’s See Your Papers, Brett Kavanaugh

Call Script Hi, my name is _____ and my zip code is ____. I'm a member of Indivisible East Bay. I'm calling to support the Senator's request for Kavanaugh's documents from his work with the Bush-Cheney administration and Ken Starr's investigation. It's possible that the White House chose Kavanaugh as the Supreme Court nominee for … Continue reading Let’s See Your Papers, Brett Kavanaugh

Demand Justice – Block SCOTUS

Updated July 5, 2018 Deadline: ASAP & ongoing -  Justice Kennedy's retirement leaves a calamitous Supreme Court vacancy, putting major decisions at risk for generations. The people on Trump's nomination wish list oppose all we hold dear: reproductive rights, LGBTQ equality, health care, the environment, voting rights, and more. This is a fight for our lives. … Continue reading Demand Justice – Block SCOTUS

IEB goes to Washington

Indivisible East Bay usually meets with our Washington representatives when they visit the Bay Area. But from June 4-6, 2018, IEB members traveled to Washington, D.C. for a succession of get-togethers with California's Senators Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris as well as several of their key staffers. It was an opportunity for face-to-face interactions at … Continue reading IEB goes to Washington

The top 6 things revealed at our May Sen. Feinstein staff meeting

A smaller-than-usual but dedicated band of Indivisible East Bay members met with Sean Elsbernd, Senator Feinstein’s State Director, on May 7, 2018, for the latest in our periodic meetings. Sean, gracious as ever, responded to our questions covering a wide range of topics. The refugee caravan Despite media hoopla that warned of a recent caravan … Continue reading The top 6 things revealed at our May Sen. Feinstein staff meeting

IEB’s Judiciary Team Rocks the Nation!

When the current occupant of the White House started what has turned into a terrifying court-packing effort (together with his cronies in the Senate), a few of IEB's fearless research-loving members went into high gear. Since late summer 2017, what is now our Judiciary Team has created and shared an extensive database of information about … Continue reading IEB’s Judiciary Team Rocks the Nation!

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