Deadline: We Marched … now we Act! January 18, 2020 - the fourth Women's March date since the Caveman-in-Chief came to DC (and let's make it the last of his tenure!). Many Indivisible East Bay'ers were in Oakland, and we're bringing you an action item from that central rally. We've also got reports from other … Continue reading First we marched, now we act
By Ann Daniels and Heidi Rand Tucker Carlson opens his mouth, and filth pours out. Jokes about 13-year-olds being molested and violence against women who "act up." Names and insults for women we won't reprint, apologetics for forced underage marriage and raping prostitutes. And he throws a little racism in too ... not to mention … Continue reading Tell advertisers: Drop Tucker Carlson
By Anne Spevack Like many other Indivisible East Bay members, I spent January 19, 2019 at the Women's March in Oakland. The Women's March is an inspiring and hopeful day where all kinds of people with different experiences and priorities turn out to stand - and march - in solidarity with each other. But for … Continue reading Oakland Women’s March 2019: What Did You Miss?
By Ted Lam The weather cooperated for the third annual Oakland Women’s March on Saturday January 19; we even got a glimpse of a rainbow! Everyone who marched and lined 14th Street from Lake Merritt to Frank Ogawa Plaza projected positive energy. There were lots of families with kids, and all had smiles and danced … Continue reading Oakland Women’s March 2019
Flaunt your Indivisible East Bay pride by marching with us and our Indivisible Berkeley friends in the third annual Women’s March Oakland, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, January 19. This year's march is co-hosted by Women's March Oakland and Black Women Organized for Political Action. Register here (free) to get updates and so organizers can estimate attendance. To … Continue reading Join us at the Women’s March 2019
As many of you know, there has been a controversy surrounding the national leadership of the Women’s March and allegations concerning their affiliations with people and organizations that have expressed anti-Semitic sentiments. Some of you have asked whether, in light of this, Indivisible East Bay will be participating in the local Women’s March. The short … Continue reading Statement on the Women’s March 2019
At November's Indivisible East Bay All Members Meeting we spent more time eating than meeting. Several dozen members and guests gathered to enjoy tasty food and each other’s company for our potluck and post-election celebration. We also fit in a bit of business -- Governance Committee (GC) member and CA-11 team co-lead Ted led us … Continue reading November All Members Meet and Eat
If you're an advanced beginner knitter - or even a beginner willing to try something new - you can make a pussyhat like one of these! They're quick, fun knits. Here's an easy pattern for a basic hat, plus some variations like the photos above. There's a pattern below for a star, too! (The "ROAR" … Continue reading Pussyhat, Pussyhat, Where Are You?