Indivisible Somerville (Boston) and Indivisible East Bay Meet in Boston over the July 4th Holiday My family and I were visiting Boston over the July 4th holiday to see family and enjoy the history of our great country. I thought it would be a unique opportunity to connect with a local Indivisible chapter, so I … Continue reading Indivisibles Everywhere
By Kristen Law For the first time in over 20 years, the California Democratic Convention was held in San Francisco at the Moscone Center from May 31-June 2, 2019. The convention had both statewide and nationwide importance for the Democratic party: on a statewide level, the delegates had the task of choosing the next state … Continue reading IEB attends the CA Democratic Convention
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
By Ted Lam Editors' note: for each bill discussed we include its number (starting with AB for “Assembly bill,” SB for “Senate bill,” or “ACA” for “Assembly Constitutional Amendment”), its official name, and, where we know, its current status as of this writing, May 28. The legislative deadline to pass bills through their house of … Continue reading IEB’s May meeting with Assemblymembers Bonta & Wicks
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
By Rosemary Jordan Members of Indivisible East Bay and Alameda4Impeachment (A4I) attended the April 7, 2019 Coffee and Conversation event with Representative Barbara Lee (CA-13) at Paulista Restaurant in Oakland. We passed out copies of the Open Letter to Representative Lee that A4I's leadership had published in the previous week's Alameda Sun newspaper. During Q&A, Lee responded … Continue reading Coffee and Conversation with Rep. Lee
By Ted Lam To our buddies in Indivisible San Francisco: did you know there's another ISF? My family and I were going to Santa Fe, New Mexico for spring break, and I wanted to learn more about other Indivisible chapters throughout the country, so I used Indivisible National's search tool - and I found Indivisible Santa … Continue reading Visiting Mighty Indivisible Santa Fe
Rosemary Jordan and Katie Cameron contributed to this article Thousands of people nationwide at more than 300 events on April 4 took to the streets to send a LOUD & CLEAR message to Attorney General William "Cover-up" Barr that we demand the immediate release of the full Mueller report and all supporting evidence. The previous night's news that … Continue reading East Bay rallies: Release the Report!
By Nancy Latham It’s a ways yet before the Democratic presidential primaries start, but the candidates -- and possible candidates -- are talking about serious ideas. Whatever you may think of the various individuals, it’s exciting to see their bold proposals, like Medicare for All (Bernie Sanders), a wealth tax and universal childcare (Elizabeth Warren), baby bonds to close … Continue reading IEB Members Gear up to Engage in the Democratic Primary