Take action to secure our elections

Deadline: call your MoCs, and register now for 8/20 webinar - The evidence is clear: in 2016, Russia targeted voting systems in all 50 states and used social media to spread disinformation and disunity among the electorate. The entire national security community agrees that election interference in 2016 was only a preview of what's to … Continue reading Take action to secure our elections

IEB Meeting with Sen. Feinstein Staff June 2019

Meeting with Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s Staff, June 20, 2019 1 Post St., San Francisco From Sen. Feinstein's office: Jim Lazarus, State Director; Abigail Ellis, Field Representative; two interns Read Indivisible East Bay's pre-meeting memorandum TOPICS DISCUSSED: Climate Change & Infrastructure: Climate change and rising sea levels (a consequence of climate change) affect infrastructure, including roads … Continue reading IEB Meeting with Sen. Feinstein Staff June 2019

Election Security IS National Security

Deadline: today and ongoing - If there’s one thing former Special Counsel Robert Mueller has been unequivocal about, it’s foreign interference in our elections - the subject of the entire first part of the Special Counsel’s Report, and a theme Mueller emphasized repeatedly in his May 27 statement.  The Report lists many forms of election interference, but … Continue reading Election Security IS National Security

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!

We see through Barr’s “transparency”

Deadline: hair on fire right now - Updated April 27, 2019:  Indivisible East Bay's text searchable version of the redacted Mueller report Audible's free audio-recording of the redacted report Lawfareblog's excellent notes about the report Attorney General William "Cover Up" Barr delayed releasing his redacted version of Special Counsel Mueller's 300+ page report for nearly a month … Continue reading We see through Barr’s “transparency”

9/27/18 IEB & ISF Sen Feinstein office visit

Seventeen Indivisibles from IEB and Indivisible San Francisco met with Sean Elsbernd, Senator Dianne Feinstein’s state director, on September 27 at her San Francisco office. Our almost two-hour meeting was jam-packed with questions and “asks.” First on the agenda: a detailed back and forth on how the homeless count in San Francisco is conducted. It was … Continue reading 9/27/18 IEB & ISF Sen Feinstein office visit

IEB Meets with Senator Harris’ Staff, May 2018

By Myra S. Mitzman On May 3, 2018, Indivisible East Bay met with Senator Kamala Harris’ State Director, Julie Rodriguez, and Bay Area District Director, June Williams, in downtown Oakland.   We opened with a serious discussion surrounding ICE tactics of detaining pregnant women and separating children from their parents. Julie stressed that, in light of … Continue reading IEB Meets with Senator Harris’ Staff, May 2018

IEB meets with Feinstein State Director April 17, 2018

On April 17, 2018, a dedicated group of about 25 Indivisible East Bay, Indivisible Central Contra Costa County, and Together We Will Contra Costa members sat down with Senator Diane Feinstein's State Director, Sean Elsbernd, at the Concord Public Library. After a week filled with news of scandals and investigations in the White House, as … Continue reading IEB meets with Feinstein State Director April 17, 2018

Union City Town Hall with Rep. Eric Swalwell

IEB members were among an estimated 250 people at a very energized and broad-ranging Town Hall with Representative Eric Swalwell (CA-15) on August 5, 2017. Swalwell began with a rousing speech in defense of democracy and the middle class for about 20 minutes, then responded for nearly an hour and a half to questions on subjects ranging from the environment to immigration to healthcare to why Democrats are not standing up more strongly for the middle class, and why sometimes Corporate Democrats appear just like a watered-down version of Republicans. Swalwell repeatedly stressed the importance of participating, resisting, and not getting tired.