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

Horse race for Kentucky governor

By Heidi Rand Deadline: ASAP - Kentucky may be red now, but it's the bluegrass state - let's help it show its rightful color! In a November 5 election, Democrat Andy Beshear is running for Governor against Republican incumbent Matt Bevin. The election is predicted to be very close; you can help Beshear, along with … Continue reading Horse race for Kentucky governor

Reclaiming our time: model impeachment hearing

By Ann G. Daniels and Larry Baskett Deadline: Save it or lose it - UPDATED: the October 13 event we refer to in this article is over, but you can see Larry's  impeachment presentation at this pdf. It is, alas, not explicitly stated in the Constitution that you can remove the President for losing every … Continue reading Reclaiming our time: model impeachment hearing

Help win the next Blue Wave

By Heidi Rand Deadline: Now & ongoing - We are the resistance, and hell yeah we can chew gum and walk at the same time! In fact, even as we work to impeach the Traitor-in-Chief and his evil minions (chewing them up & spitting them out), we're also walking and knocking doors in our communities … Continue reading Help win the next Blue Wave

Now Serving: ImPeach-Mint at the AMM

By Ward Kanowsky For a change of venue, we held Indivisible East Bay’s September All Members Meeting in CA-15 at Dublin's IBEW Union Hall. Several allies from Livermore Indivisible (LI) chapter joined us for a full slate of speakers on a wide variety of topics, as well as resistance activities! Dennessa Atiles, who recently took on the … Continue reading Now Serving: ImPeach-Mint at the AMM

Voter registration 101

Deadline: Now and ongoing - If you thought September 24th's National Voter Registration Day didn't apply to you, think again! When's the last time you checked your voter registration? And are you certain all of your eligible family and friends are registered? Now is the time to make sure!  California election dates you need to … Continue reading Voter registration 101

On strike for the climate

Deadline: Before it's too late - On September 20 an estimated 40,000 people marched in San Francisco, one event among many over the Bay Area Week of Climate Action. The crowd marched to the offices of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senator Dianne Feinstein, ICE, and PG&E, among others. The San Francisco action joined millions of … Continue reading On strike for the climate

Help ensure we’re all counted

The 2020 Census is coming! A complete count of "all persons" living in the United States during the upcoming census is important to us all; the results determine how many Congressional seats each state gets and the amount of federal funding that states, counties and communities receive. With the White House's outrageous attempts to add … Continue reading Help ensure we’re all counted

Change the Regime with Ice Cream!

Nothing's better than eating ice cream with friends! Now's the time to reach out to that neighbor who's upset about immigration or climate change and doesn't know what to do, and bring them to Indivisible East Bay's All Members Meeting in Dublin on Sunday, September 29, from 1-3 pm! Tell them to bring their charged up … Continue reading Change the Regime with Ice Cream!

Face to face with Sen. Feinstein’s state director

Our Q&A with Senator Feinstein’s new state director is coming up next Monday, September 23, and we've got plenty to talk about! Since Senator Feinstein was reelected, many of us at Indivisible East Bay who track her see signs that she's losing touch with her constituents and losing a sense of urgency about resisting the GOP … Continue reading Face to face with Sen. Feinstein’s state director