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The news out of Portland is dystopian. Federal forces have been seen escalating situations against protestors standing against police brutality -- an eerie parallel to the authoritarian tactics employed in DC a few weeks ago. Enabled by President Trump, these unidentified federal law enforcement...
The news out of Portland is dystopian. Federal forces have been seen escalating situations against protestors standing against police brutality -- an eerie parallel to the authoritarian tactics employed in DC a few weeks ago. Enabled by President Trump, these unidentified federal law enforcement...
Indivisible is launching our General Election program on July 27 with our first Unity Week of Action. July 27 marks 99 days until the general election, and it also happens to be the third anniversary of Indivisibles defeating Trumpcare. So, in celebration and commitment to the work ahead, from July...
Democracy reform is a racial justice issue. Read about the vital reforms needed to fix our democracy.
American democracy is built on the promise that all people will have a say in our federal government through elected representatives who can then create and execute laws on behalf of the people. However, that is not the case for the 700,000 Americans who live in the District of Columbia who lack...
American democracy is built on the promise that all people will have a say in our federal government through elected representatives who can then create and execute laws on behalf of the people. However, that is not the case for the 700,000 Americans who live in the District of Columbia who lack...
Many white organizers feel awkward or uncertain about how to show up to support Black and brown communities under attack. And yet we all must show up. Even though it’s so much easier to stay quiet, well-intentioned silence is one of the many reasons our country has not moved forward. Here are some...
Indivisibles know that recruitment is a key component of building local power, but it is not always easy to meet and identify new potential activists or reactivate your existing list. It’s hard, intentional work (like anything that matters).
Police have repeatedly incited violence at the peaceful protests that spread across the world in the name of saving Black lives.  While the protests were born from the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and countless others, they are a response to the systemic racism in our police and...
George Floyd’s death is horrific, but not unique. Structural racism persists across every facet of American life and is perhaps most evident in the way that law enforcement interacts with communities of color. Here are actions that you can take right now in solidarity with Minneapolis.
Protecting democracy and public health should be the top priority for state legislators, and they must ensure that there’s a safe way to vote. New Yorkers have been hit especially hard by the coronavirus pandemic and we deserve elected officials who work on our behalf during this difficult time. ...
The most important thing during the coronavirus outbreak is staying safe and healthy. Even though we can’t gather in large groups in person, our work to hold our elected officials accountable, build a more inclusive democracy, and be in community with our fellow activists is more important than...

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