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Grassroots group commends Congressional Progressive Caucus for significant improvements to legislation


While the articles of impeachment do not include every deplorable action taken by Trump, the charges do include serious offenses that prove he cannot be trusted with the powers of the presidency....


Indivisible's Statement on the Start of Public Judiciary Hearings


Indivisible Project celebrates rejection of increased funding for Trump’s anti-immigrant agenda.


Indivisible Action is announcing a series of interviews with 2020 presidential contenders, live-streamed to movement activists and the public on its social media channels.


Indivisible is thrilled to have Marie Newman and Ammar Campa-Najjar as our first two endorsed candidates of the 2020 cycle. These...


Marie is taking on the Democratic establishment and a conservative incumbent with an unapologetically progressive message focused...


Ammar Campa-Najjar is a champion of progressive grassroots power. In 2018, he worked closely with local Indivisibles to...


The challenge to this program comes as no surprise from an administration that has made cruelty the crux of its immigration agenda. Make no mistake--the efforts to eliminate DACA and similar...


The move to end fusion voting is a direct political attack on the Working Families Party, a critical progressive voice in New York, and a distraction from the Public Financing Commission’s stated...