Tips for How to Manage Large Groups

Across the country, many Indivisible groups have grown very big, very quickly. This surge in growth for local groups is really exciting, but organizing large groups presents some unique challenges. Here are a few tips to help manage some of these challenges and get the most out of a large, enthusiastic group.

Combat Donald Trump’s Arch-Conservative SCOTUS Pick

Donald Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch to fill the vacant seat on the United States Supreme Court. Judge Gorsuch does not belong on the Supreme Court—and not just because Republicans stole this seat by refusing to hold a hearing (let alone a vote!) for Merrick Garland, President Obama’s supremely well qualified and moderate nominee. Judge Gorsuch is a staunch conservative out of step with the American people. 

Partnership with Lawyers for Good Government (L4GG)

Indivisible has partnered with Lawyers for Good Government (L4GG) to help you connect local groups with supportive attorneys in their area. L4GG is a group of more than 130,000 lawyers, law students, and legal activists across the country who joined together in the wake of the 2016 election to fight for equality, justice, and democracy.

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#SupremelyExtreme: Filibuster Gorsuch

On Monday, March 20, Judge Neil Gorsuch will have his first hearing in the Senate Judiciary Committee as nominee to the United State Supreme Court. Gorsuch’s extreme record on everything from women’s rights, civil rights to corporate power is unacceptable, and it’s vital that your Senators hear from you on filibustering his nomination.

Presidential Tax Transparency Act

The American people deserve to see Donald Trump’s full tax returns, as well as all major party presidential nominees moving forward. Tell your MoC and Senators to cosponsor the Presidential Tax Transparency Act today.

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How to Run a Meeting

Every meeting needs a facilitator! The facilitator is responsible for helping a group of people achieve their objectives for a meeting or call, and for making the meeting inclusive and rewarding for everyone.

Oppose Jay Clayton for SEC Chair

Jay Clayton will need to be confirmed by the full Senate in order to be appointed Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Make sure both of your senators know that you oppose Jay Clayton’s confirmation. Visit your Senators’ regional offices and call their office to voice your opposition.

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