Deadline - URGENT - Election Day Did you know that almost all neighborhood polling places in Alameda County will be closed on Election Day in favor of a few "accessible polling locations" not restricted by neighborhood residency? Did you know that there will be no signs at the closed locations telling voters where to go? … Continue reading Do YOU Know Where to Vote in Alameda County?
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!
It's mid-January 2019, and the Shutdown has reached its fourth week. We reported last week on how the Tantrum Over the Wall was affecting people nationwide, including some of the hundreds of thousands of federal employees who have been furloughed or must work without pay. This week, we’re looking closer to home: some federal employees … Continue reading Time to Help the Coast Guard
On February 21, 2018, Indivisible East Bay joined high schoolers, parents, and public officials from the Bay Area for Political and Proud, an evening of speeches and workshops at Alameda's Encinal High School. The goal of the night was to bring young women, especially young women of color, together with leaders and organizations that could … Continue reading Political and Proud: Alameda’s High Schoolers Voice a Call To Action