This Week's Actions

Every part of the progressive ecosystem is under threat by this President and Congress. The only way to win is by standing together, indivisible. These are the issues we think we can have the most impact on right now:

Are Your Members of Congress Doing Enough to Fight White Supremacy?

Are your MoCs publicly outraged by the events in Charlottesville? Good. Now what are they actually doing about it? We have four things that you can ask them to do to respond to the tragedy.

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It’s August recess!

August is time for congressional recess. And it’s time for activism on your home turf. Use our August Recess toolkit to hit the streets (and town halls) and hold your members of Congress accountable.

See August Recess toolkit

Make sure that TrumpCare stays dead.

Hold your MoCs accountable for voting for repeal, and make sure you thank your MoCs if they voted against it.

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Tell Your Members of Congress to Stand Up for DACAmented youth.

Tell your members of Congress to defend DACA today and also co-sponsor legislation that provides permanent relief to childhood arrivals

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Tell your Members of Congress: Don’t Let Trump Start a War with North Korea.

Trump’s rhetoric on North Korea gets more dangerous with every tweet. His words have shown he can’t be trusted to responsibly handle the potential crisis and North Korea’s unstable dictator. Ask your Members of Congress to do everything they can to stop Trump from leading us into nuclear war.

Learn more here

These actions are updated throughout the week.
Learn more about how we make decisions about which issues to prioritize here.

There Are


across the nation taking Indivisible action in every
single congressional district. People like you lead them.
People like you build them.

Our Press

Local Aug 21, 2017

Massive Protests Planned to Counter Trump’s Phoenix Rally

Public News Service
Local Aug 19, 2017

Editorial: Hate has no home in Ventura County

Ventura County Star (CA)
Local Aug 18, 2017

Nazis are not welcome

The Press-Tribune (Roseville, CA)
Local Aug 18, 2017

Locals walk for peace following Chartlottesville tragedy

WJHG (Panama City Beach, FL)
Local Aug 20, 2017

Martha’s Vineyard joins the counterprotest

Martha’s Vineyard Times (MA)

COOKIN’ UP RESISTANCE! We had 40 like minded people who came together to relax, recharge and get ready to continue to resist the agenda that is threatening ALL of humanity.

- Indivisible Lake County