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
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
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
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
The National Voting Rights Task Force, a non-partisan voting rights organization, will host its third National Election Integrity Conference on October 5-6, from 10 am to 6 pm in Berkeley, at the South Berkeley Senior Center, 2939 Ellis Street, corner of Ashby Avenue, near the Ashby BART station. Entitled The Coming 2020 Election Crisis: In Paper We … Continue reading 2019 National Election Integrity Conference
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!
By Ann G. Daniels On August 25, an enthusiastic group gathered at Sports Basement Berkeley for the Indivisible East Bay All Members Meeting, eager to hear about election activism, voting security, and impeachment - and to do some hands-on activism. But first: we got our new beautiful rainbow logo t-shirts (union made of course), and a … Continue reading August All Members Meeting: what we did on our summer vacation
Deadline: register now for the Sept. 7 conference - "Strength in Diversity, Power in Unity" -- that's the theme for the East Bay Rock the Congress conference, Saturday, September 7 at Berkeley City College, 2050 Center Street, Berkeley. Join hundreds of local progressives, including Indivisible East Bay members -- new and experienced, of all backgrounds … Continue reading Come Rock the Congress With Us!
Resistance is beautiful! Celebrate Indivisible and the East Bay with our fabulous new rainbow logo t-shirt! Come get one (or more!) of the new t-shirts AND learn how to phone bank for Virginia at the Sunday, August 25 All Members Meeting. Our glamorous U.S.-made shirts, produced by local union printer Alliance Graphics, come in two t-shirt colors, blue and black: … Continue reading It’s rain(bow)ing IEB t-shirts!
We’ve heard much about the pressing needs of asylum seekers in places where they cross the border into the U.S. But there are less known needs that exist elsewhere - including in our own communities. Indivisible East Bay recently heard from Theresa Gonzales, Executive Director of Centro Legal de la Raza, and Carolina Martin Ramos, … Continue reading How to Support Asylum Seekers – Locally