Day of Action to Secure our Elections

Update November 7, 2019: The event described in this article has a more recent and up-to-date action. Please go to Election Security Day of Action, Plus John Oliver. Deadline: 9/17 Day of Action – We’ve spoken before of the threat to our elections from foreign interference and the need to provide funding for our state … Continue reading Day of Action to Secure our Elections

IEB Comes Out for Pride 2019!

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!

It’s impeachment inquiry time

Katie Cameron and Nancy Latham contributed to this article Deadline – ASAP until the House Judiciary Committee launches an impeachment inquiry. ​​With ​Game of ​Thrones ​over, we​’re hoping to watch the final episodes of the (not)Game of (de)Throning the Criminal-in-Chief who Thinks-He’s-King, but is not! We, along with some Democratic House leaders, a majority of the Democrats … Continue reading It’s impeachment inquiry time

Read for the resistance!

Deadline: May 13 and ongoing – Starting Monday, May 13, tens of thousands of Americans will resist the Obstructor-In-Chief and his lawless administration by reading and discussing the Mueller Report – together. Join us! Despite our efforts to make sure that Special Counsel Robert Mueller was able to complete his Trump-Russia investigation and deliver a report, … Continue reading Read for the resistance!

Meeting with Rep. DeSaulnier, who isn’t running for President

By Ted Landau and Ted Lam Three Indivisible chapters met with CA-11 Representative Mark DeSaulnier on April 23 before his Town Hall at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill. He was accompanied by Aaron Silver, a member of his staff. Indivisible East Bay was represented by Ted, Ted, and Edwin; Indivisible Resisters was represented by … Continue reading Meeting with Rep. DeSaulnier, who isn’t running for President

Busting the obstructors

Deadline: right NOW and until they stop – UPDATE May 6: House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerry Nadler has initiated a resolution to hold Attorney General Barr in contempt of congress for failing to submit the full Mueller Report and underlying evidence. The Obstructor-in-Chief, fearing his “presidency” will be forked if the truth comes out about his … Continue reading Busting the obstructors

Talking impeachment with Tom Steyer, April 2019

By Katie Cameron and Rosemary Jordan Tom Steyer, head of Need to Impeach, held a Town Hall at Ruby Hill Winery’s Casa Real in Pleasanton on April 23, 2019, to encourage his large and enthusiastic audience to keep the pressure on Representative Eric Swalwell, who is now running for President. The following day, April 24, … Continue reading Talking impeachment with Tom Steyer, April 2019

April $hower$ Can Make it Rain

Thanks to the support of volunteers like you, Indivisibles across the country worked tirelessly to take back the House last November. This has allowed Democrats to use their new power in the majority to investigate the Trump administration’s corruption and push back on his racist border wall, all while advocating for democracy reform, a Green … Continue reading April $hower$ Can Make it Rain

We demand the truth

Deadline: ASAP – See our latest article, updated on March 30 Update March 28: Special Counsel Robert Mueller completed his report, but Congress hasn’t seen the full report with underlying documentation yet and neither have we.  Attorney General William Barr delivered his supplemental letter, a highly truncated summary of the Special Counsel’s report on March … Continue reading We demand the truth

Support AB 857, Public Banking

By Sylvia Chi Deadline: now and ongoing – In recent years, a lot more people have started thinking about who’s running their banks, and who’s profiting – and whether they’re the ones who are losing. Now, California Assembly Bill 857 proposes to allow local governments to apply for a banking license from the state, so cities, counties, or … Continue reading Support AB 857, Public Banking