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!
Updated June 20 Everything got you down? Join the club. No, literally - join us! Come on out and spend some quality time with your fellow ticked-off resisters. We are terrific company, and together we make a difference! Here are a couple of FUN opportunities in early summer 2019: Pride! This is the real thing, … Continue reading IEB needs YOU to volunteer!
Help at Indivisible booth to talk one-on-one to people at the Fair, answer questions, give out information about Indivisible and our agenda, local Indivisible and other groups and actions. RSVP by June 20th to Outreach co-lead Heidi Rand: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: Tuesday, June 11 - As you know, Indivisible East Bay has committed to help flip four seats in the Virginia state legislature from Republican to Democratic this fall. Before we get there, though, there's a critical Democratic primary next Tuesday, June 11 in Virginia's 35th Senate district, where newcomer Yasmine Taeb is taking on party … Continue reading We Love Virginia Voters
Indivisible East Bay members worked along with East Bay for TJ and many others in 2018 to flip California Congressional District 21 from Republican to Democrat, and TJ Cox won by approximately 900 votes due to these extensive outreach efforts. East Bay for TJ isn't resting on its laurels; they're now establishing partnerships with groups in … Continue reading Jumpstart Election 2020 in CA-21
By Erica Etelson Do you want to help the asylum seekers at the U.S. border? Al Otro Lado ("On the Other Side") wants YOU to spend a work week volunteering to help asylum seekers at the border in Tijuana. People with legal or medical skills or who speak Spanish are particularly needed, but ANYONE who … Continue reading Help asylum seekers stranded at the border
Indivisible East Bay governance committee members Liz and Ted joined Indivisible Berkeley and a dozen other local organizations at the East Bay Activist Alliance Reactivate Our Network event on May 19. Among other presentations, a webinar described the work of Reclaim our Vote, a nonpartisan voter registration and Get Out The Vote (GOTV) campaign that reaches … Continue reading Activating East Bay Activists!
Deadline: you guessed it, right NOW - The Mueller Report contains the most in-depth summary the U.S. government has produced about how the Russians used social media to interfere in our 2016 election on behalf of Unindicted Co-conspirator Individual-1. While legislators futz around with how to rein in the fearsome power of Facebook, Twitter, and other … Continue reading Help IEB #resist on social media
Mother's Day! Loved by some, hated by others, commercialized to within an inch of all our lives. Celebrate it or not, as you will; but it's a fact that women are at the heart of Indivisible and the resistance movement - so how about we use this as an occasion to spread the word about some … Continue reading For all women, not just mothers