Want to protect our country from Trump & the GOP? Want healthcare? A livable planet? Democracy?
Join us to learn how you can get involved and TAKE BACK THE HOUSE & SENATE on November 6th! Because the blue wave isn't bringing itself, nor will our Democracy fix itself-- WE have to do the work.
All are welcome to this meeting-- whether you have experience or are new to activism, we all have a part to play.
We'll have a canvassing training, text banking for beginners and practiced texters and phone banking for Liuba Grechen Shirley (candidate NY-2) + lots of information about how you can get Democrats elected over the next month.
Check in will start at 6:45 so we can get to work right at 7:00!
Join us for an evening of conversation with Congressman Hakeem Jeffries about the future of the Democratic Party. This is a unique opportunity to talk to one of the Party's leaders about the issues that matter most to you.
Congressman Jeffries is one of the co-chairs of House Democratic Caucus’ Policy and Communications Committee and a rising star in the Democratic Party. Join us to hear his vision for the midterms, the party and the future— and bring your ideas and questions.
Please support our wonderful hosts by buying delicious food and beverages!
Tickets are free but please register through Eventbrite HERE (you can get tickets directly on the Facebook page)
388 Atlantic Avenue
Join WHARR and INBK at this forum featuring several formidable women, Jasi Robinson, Julia Salazar, Zephyr Teachout and Cynthia Nixon, who are running for office to Smash the Status Quo. Hear firsthand from them how they plan to address women's health, reproductive justice and gender equity. This will be a moderated panel, but will have an open Q + A at the end. RSVP and more info HERE
Small City 55-C 9th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11215
INBK is joining a diverse coalition of Brooklyn civic and political organizations as we hear from Democratic gubernatorial candidates Governor Andrew Cuomo (pending confirmation -- feel free to tweet at him about not being a #noshow) and Cynthia Nixon about their plans and visions for Brooklyn if elected governor. The forum will be moderated by Ben Max, Executive Editor of Gotham Gazette, and Madina Toure, New York City education reporter for Politico New York).
This event sold out quickly, but check out the livestream HERE
If your group would like to be added as a co-sponsor, if you would like to propose a question for our moderators, or if you have any other questions or concerns about the event, please feel free to e-mail Emily Hoffman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bay Ridge Democrats
Brooklyn Progressive Action Network
Brooklyn Young Democrats
Central Brooklyn Independent Democrats (CBID)
Empire State Progressives
Ernest Skinner Political Association
Independent Neighborhood Democrats (IND)
Indivisible Nation BK
Lambda Independent Democrats (LID)
Muslim Democratic Club
New Kings Democrats
North Brooklyn Progressive Dems
NYC Asian Democratic Club
NY Senate District 17 for Progress
PAPA (Progressive Association for Political Action) - 35th Council District
South Brooklyn Progressive Network
South Brooklyn Progressive Resistance
Southwest Brooklyn Democrats
Sunset Park Latino Dems
Torah Trumps Hate
VIDA (Vanguard Independent Democratic Association)
Women of Color for Progress
Senator Gillibrand is hosting THREE town halls this week -- and one will be in Brooklyn on August 9th.
More info HERE, with a link to Eventbrite (tickets are free, but registration is a must)
Pratt Institute, 200 Willoughby Ave
Doors open 4:15
Event starts 5:30
Join gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon, lieutenant governor candidate Jumaane Williams, activist Ady Barkan, Brooklyn councilmember Brad Lander, writer and activist Shaun King, and other special guests for an exciting event about rejuvenating our democracy and mobilizing the progressive movement to make bold, systemic changes in New York.
This event is hosted by Working Families Party, Make the Road Action, NY Communities for Change, Center for Popular Democracy Action, and the Be A Hero Fund.
RSVP and more info HERE
Want to fight back but don’t know where to start? Join us for a special meeting with snacks, drinks, ACTION, and all the information and resources you need to get involved. This is a great meeting for those new to indivisible or people looking to re-plug in before the midterms. Bring a friend— or two!
388 Atlantic Avenue
Join us at our monthly meeting to hear from Attorney General candidates Zephyr Teachout, Tish James, Leecia Eve, a rep from Sean Patrick Maloney’s campaign & from Governor Cuomo’s campaign staff. We will be voting on endorsements in the races for Governor, Lt. Governor and SD23 (to find out how to become an endorsing member, check our homepage)
Please remember to support our lovely hosts, the Commons Cafe, by purchasing their delicious food and drinks!
RSVP and more info HERE
Trump is announcing his pick for the Supreme Court and we will be ready! Join INBK, Get Organized Bk, Empire State Indivisible, Fight Back Bay Ridge, Upper West Side Indivisible, Caring for Us Indivisible and Indivisible Harlem to let Senator Schumer know we want him to “whip the vote” —unite Democrats to vote against Trump’s nominee— to protect healthcare, women’s rights & our civil liberties. The only way we have a chance of voting down Trump’s sure to be extreme nominee is if ALL Democrats vote no. Bring signs and bring friends!
RSVP and more info HERE
BREAKING: WE DID IT! After a year of constant calls, postcards, meetings, protests, and even some birdwatching, Senator Chuck Schumer will be holding a town hall in Brooklyn on MONDAY 7/2!
You MUST pre-register to get into the event. Register here:
On June 30, New Yorkers will join together with dozens of other cities in a National Day of Action to Fight for Families and to demand that Donald Trump and his administration stop separating kids from their parents! Families belong together, and we need to end this — NOW!
Every day, this administration threatens the very future of our communities. The conditions these children are being subjected to is deplorable and un-American. We hope to see thousands of people in the streets and at the border on June 30th demanding this policy end!
All New Yorkers are encouraged to attend! Families and children and are welcome on Saturday, 6/30. This will be a permitted event. Details are currently being finalized, so please be patient with the organizing team. Tentatively: We will be meeting at Foley Square and marching across the Brooklyn Bridge to Cadman Plaza. To join the NYC organizing efforts for this action, please fill out this form: http://bit.ly/SupportJune30NYC
Amnesty International USA
Arab American Association of New York
Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund
Black Alliance for Just Immigration
Caring for Us Indivisible
Congregation Beit Simchat Torah
Empire State Indivisible
Faith In New York
Greater New York Labor-Religion Coalition
Indivisible Nation BK
Judson Memorial Church
Make the Road NY
March For Our Lives NYC
March for Truth
MinKwon Center of Community Action
New Immigrant Community Empowerment
New York Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services, Inc.
New York Civil Liberties Union
New York Immigration Coalition
One Spirit Learning Alliance
Rise and Resist NYC
Upper West Side MoveOn/Indivisible Action Group
The Workmen's Circle
RSVP and more info HERE
On Thursday, June 28th, Women’s March and partner organizations are organizing a mass civil disobedience in Washington, D.C. We call on women from all communities to descend on our nation’s capital and demand the safety and freedom of immigrant families and children. We will put our bodies on the line to demand an end to this administration’s zero-tolerance policy of automatically criminalizing undocumented immigrants and locking children in prison camps.
Learn more and register to join us at www.endfamilyseparation.us
*You MUST register in order to receive details about training times, meeting location and any other information pertaining to the action*
Marching is no longer enough, not when this administration is enacting policies that violently detains families, incarcerates children in prison camps and automatically criminalizes their parents. Not when we see photos and videos of children held in child prison camps. Not when we hear their cries for their parents and see their fear and trauma.
We can not allow these atrocities to go unchallenged. The time is ACT is NOW.
On June 28, we take escalated action in D.C. demanding this administration #EndFamilyDetention. On Saturday, June 30, we will rise up in cities across the nation to say #FamiliesBelongTogether. These children and families are counting on us. .
*Direct action training and legal support will be provided to all women participating in nonviolent civil disobedience*
We've been "typing" our rage about family separation at the border for days. NOW let's #floodthefeeds with short videos to create an #EndFamilySeparation Virtual protest on Wednesday June 20th for #WorldRefugeeDay.
For extensive info about how to participate, read HERE
Get ready for a summer of activism with GOBK's Summer Kickoff! Take immediate action with GOBK's working groups and sign up for upcoming events, trainings, canvassing, phone banks -- and join a super fun, super impactful Indivisible action with INBK (you don't want to miss it)!
339 8th Street
(wheelchair accessible, but no accessible bathroom)
Join us at our next exciting general meeting -- with special guests Cynthia Nixon and Jumaane Williams! RSVPs are essential, so click HERE
Learn about what INBK has been up this month, and find out ways to get more involved and active. Commons Cafe has delicious food and beverages, too!
388 Atlantic Avenue
Sebastian Gorka is the Special Guest at the Republican Committee of Kings County Spring Gala in Bklyn on May 16th -- this was originally planned for the Dyker Beach Gold Club, and was subsequently cancelled there, but is still being planned SOMEWHERE in our borough. Join Fight Back Bay Ridge, the Arab Association of NY, Staten Island for Change, South Brooklyn Progressive Resistance, New York Indivisible, JFREJ, Dream Action Coalition and INBK to say #NotInMyBK at this protest!
Spread the word and RSVP HERE
Join Food and Water Watch NY at this protest. Governor Cuomo is the keynote speaker at a New York League of Conservation Voters fundraiser -- and they'll be picketing outside, calling on him to stop all new oil and gas projects and move New York to 100% renewable energy.
6-7pm at Pier 60, Chelsea Piers
More info and FB Event HERE
Join INBK and Make the Road NY for drinks, snacks, a raffle AND a cake with Paul Ryan's face on it! Proceeds with support INBK and Make the Road's advocacy work to ensure we can keep the true blue wave (and GOP retirements) going in NY State through November. This will be an easy and fun way to learn about and support MRNY's incredible work advocating for immigrant communities in New York.
Join us to learn how to get involved, be part of the blue wave in 2018 and hear from another round of candidates! We’ll welcome Ross Barkan, Andrew Gounardes (running against Republican Marty Golden in Bay Ridge), Jasmine Robinson (running against IDC member Diane Savino) and Michael DeVito + Zach Emig from the race for NY-11.
The Commons has delicious food and drink for sale— all are welcome to arrive starting at 6:30 to grab some dinner or a snack before the meeting! Please help us show our support for this awesome space.
FB event and RSVP HERE
In New York, women have been excluded from the highest levels of state government. On May 1st, in the Great Hall where feminism was born, four women confront this power structure. Stephanie Miner, former Mayor of Syracuse, Zephyr Teachout, Associate Professor of Law at Fordham University School of Law, Melissa Mark-Viverito, Senior Advisor of the Latino Victory Fund and Former Speaker of the NYC Council, and L. Joy Williams, political strategist, President of the Brooklyn NAACP & Creator & Host of Sunday Civics, shed light on the opacity of Albany and spark transparent inclusive solutions.
Great Hall at Cooper Union
7 E 7th St, New York, New York 10003
Facebook event HERE
Governor Cuomo says New York is a “leader” on climate change and that it is “gross negligence” not to address climate change. He also says that he has taken “decisive action.” However, the reality is that New York is drastically behind on our renewable energy goals. Only 3% of New York’s electricity comes from wind and solar. Cars, trucks, buildings, and other sources (aside from the electric grid) make up 80% of our emissions — but we're falling behind on cutting back there, too. New York continues to be a conduit, storage, and dumping ground for the fracking industry, harming us and our neighboring states. This not only contradicts our goals but the principles of Environmental Justice, human rights, and stewardship of the Earth.
On April 23rd, join this energetic and family-friendly march and rally outside the Capitol building that will include an opportunity to participate in a civil disobedience action. This will be the largest climate rally ever directed at Cuomo in Albany. Join us in demanding that #CuomoWalkTheTalk and get New York #OffFossilFuels!
At the 92nd Street Y: Join two transformative young leaders, Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander and artist-poet-author Cleo Wade, when they sit down for an inspiring conversation with fellow social visionary Symone Sanders, who became Bernie Sanders’ campaign press secretary at age 25. And discover your own path to making change.
Tickets are just $20 when you sign up for XYZ, the 92Y’s young, free membership program for people in generations X,Y and Z. Tickets are $35 for everyone else. Purchase tickets here:http://bit.ly/92YAp20
Join Representatives Clarke, Velázquez, and Jeffries for a community town hall focused on organizing and the upcoming 2018 midterm elections. Representatives from the DCCC, Swing Left, and Indivisible Nation BK will share how communities can work together to organize to get out the vote in June. Come out to listen to your representatives and learn how you can get organized!