Indivisible Nation BK (INBK) is a Brooklyn-based group of concerned citizens working together under the auspices of #GetOrganizedBK to block and speak out against extremism, corruption, and authoritarianism in the Trump administration. We use the Indivisible Guide as the basis of our efforts to press our local, state, and national representatives to oppose the administration, protect democracy, and stand up for our communities.
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flood the lines
The events of the past week have been horrifying and dizzying, and we send our love and strength to Charlottesville, Barcelona, and everywhere where Nazis, White Supremacists and Terrorists show their malicious faces with pride. We urge you to Flood the Lines like never before, scripts below:
By popular demand, we are doing another run of our super nifty t-shirts! Order HERE by Aug 18th, and shirts will be delivered to Brooklyn (and then we can get them to you!).
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rally for peace & sanity
So thankful for everyone who showed up for the rally for Peace & Sanity on 8/13! We are grateful especially to Brad Lander and #getorganizedbk for making it happen, and our cosponsors NY Indivisible and Indivisible Brooklyn. We expected a small but mighty crowd, and instead found 1,500+ people standing in solidarity together.
Our speakers spoke truth to power and called out hate for what it is. We are grateful to them all: U.S. Rep. Yvette D. Clarke, Public Advocate Letitia James, Comptroller Scott M. Stringer, Assemblymember Robert Carroll, Councilmember Jumaane D. Williams, Assemblymember Jo Anne Simon, Kate Alexander of Peace Action New York State and Molly Nolan of Brooklyn For Peace. Together we can do anything. Keep fighting. Keep calling. Keep writing. Keep showing up.
why we call
We are so thrilled about the big narrative video in our “Why We Call” Video series - its a funny short film that explains why every constituent can and should call their elected officials - whether they are represented by Democrats OR Republicans.
This video features Tony nominated Broadway actors Geneva Carr (also of Bull on CBS) and Steve Boyer (also of Trial and Error on ABC) as well as interviews with elected officials and their staff - including Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, Rep. Yvette Clarke, Rep. Nydia Velazquez, Rep. Jerry Nadler and staff members Steve Barton (Sen. Schumer’s Special Assistant), Patrick Rheaume (Communications Director for Rep. Clarke), and Celine Mizrahi (Director of Constituent Affairs for Rep. Nadler).