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
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
On September 10, volunteers gathered to assemble a giant pro-immigrant, anti-hate collage as part of Indivisible East Bay’s participation in Defund Hate Week. Coordinated by the Defund Hate Campaign, a group of immigration advocacy and immigrant-led organizations, the overarching goal was to put our Members of Congress on notice and remind them we will hold … Continue reading Border to border with love to defund hate
Starting September 20 - To those of you who watched the full CNN climate town hall, congratulations, take a break; for the other 99.9% of you who genuinely care and understand the dire need to save the planet but have a normal life that works better with trending highlights and firing retweets than with a … Continue reading Join the Global Climate Strike
Yes, we put the East Bay into Indivisible East Bay this past weekend, with events in Hayward, Berkeley and Oakland all in one 48 hour period! First up, on September 6, Cal State East Bay students and faculty rallied in downtown Hayward to #SaveIsabel. Dozens of students marched from the Hayward campus through the streets … Continue reading Rallies, Rocking & Rainbows!
Immigrant families are under an all-out assault: from caging children and families at the border and refusing them access to basic necessities like showers and toothbrushes, to launching raids that rip people away from homes where they’ve lived for years or even decades. Fueled by racism, hatred, and fear, the Trump administration has continued to … Continue reading Join us for Defund Hate Week!
Deadline: July 12 (but don't stop there!) - The struggle for liberty didn't end on July 4 (as if we ever thought it would ...) On July 12, 2019, thousands of people across the country will pour into the streets and into their own front yards to protest the inhumane conditions faced by migrants as … Continue reading Lights for Liberty
By Elizabeth Douglas Indivisible East Bay proudly joined Indivisible San Francisco to march with the Resistance Contingent in the June 30 SF Pride Parade. Pride's 2019 theme, “Generations of Resistance,” honors the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots; our contingent was dedicated to honoring these revolutionary renegades for civil rights and justice for the LGBTQIA+ community. … Continue reading IEB Comes Out for Pride 2019!
Updated July 3, 2019: We had a great, spirited protest in El Cerrito on June 29 - nearly 200 people showed up to chant, sing, hold signs and banners, and take direct action to fight for immigrant justice. El Cerrito mayor Rochelle Pardue-Okimoto also spoke about El Cerrito's Sanctuary City status, reaffirming that "families belong … Continue reading Show UP for immigrant justice!
Inform, inspire, and activate - that's what Indivisible East Bay and Alameda4Impeachment (A4I) did at the Summer Impeachment Pop-Up in Oakland on June 15, 2019. One of over 140 events called nationwide by MoveOn, By the People, Indivisible National, and many other partners, the focus was to urge the House of Representatives to open an impeachment inquiry against Trump. … Continue reading East Bay Hella ❤ Impeachment