By Nancy Latham Of the many reasons you’re an activist, chances are that this country’s lack of economic justice is on the list. We have an economy that works extremely well for those at the very top, works well for the top 10%, and really fails the bottom 90%. There are several ways to look … Continue reading Tax the Rich!
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
By Larry Baskett On February 6, 2019, Indivisible East Bay braved the rain to attend our first meeting with Senator Dianne Feinstein’s state director, Jim Lazarus, who is newly in the role but has worked for Feinstein on and off ever since she was mayor of San Francisco (his most recent job was for the … Continue reading Meeting with Feinstein State Director 2/6