4:00pm 4:00pm

Rally: No War with North Korea

Join Peace Action NY at a rally outside Senators Schumer and Gellibrand's offices to ask they fight to:

1.) Stop reckless brinkmanship; Start Talks Now! Suspend US-ROK military rehearsals for war in exchange for North Korea’s halting of nuclear and missile testing.

2.) De-escalate tensions and build mutual trust by reuniting Korean Americans with their families in North Korea, and repatriating the remains of US servicemen still in North Korea.

3.) Start the peace process towards signing a peace treaty to formally end the Korean War.

4.) Support SJR 200 for a U.S. No First Strike Policy and take these weapons AWAY from the impulsive actions of 45!

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7:00pm 7:00pm

INBK General Meeting

Join INBK to learn how to get involved indivisibly, hear about our recent state and federal campaigns & meetings, and start brainstorming for an action filled fall. There will be snacks!

RSVP on the Facebook Event page HERE

Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture
53 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn

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Rally for Peace & Sanity

Join INBK, Get Organized BK, Indivisible Brooklyn and NY Indivisible to rally for PEACE & SANITY this Sunday from 11am-1pm at Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn! Help us show the world and our elected officials that it's time for grown ups to take charge in dealing with North Korea- and support legislation to keep Donald Trump's tiny hands far, far away from the nuclear codes. 

We are bringing lots of signs, and bring your own, too.

Facebook event HERE

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7:00pm 7:00pm

Brooklyn DA Candidates Forum

Meet the Candidates & Get Informed: Brooklyn District Attorney Forum

Thursday, August 3, 7-9pm
YWCA Brooklyn
30 Third Avenue, Brooklyn
(Near Atlantic Ave/Barclays Center Station)

The Brooklyn DA Forum is coming up next week. We hope you will join NOW-NYC for a vigorous discussion about violence against women and police community relations. There is a lot at stake and our DA plays a major role in addressing these challenging issues.

Find out what YOUR next Brooklyn District Attorney will do to:

  • effectively prosecute the crimes of rape and sexual assault
  • take on domestic violence and human trafficking
  • ensure immigrants receive fair treatment
  • address the rise in gun violence and hate crimes

    NOW-NYC is excited to announce that four candidates have confirmed their attendance so far: Eric Gonzalez; Ama Dwimoh; Pat Gatling; and Anne Swern. This event is a great opportunity to meet the candidates face-to-face and get answers.
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1:00pm 1:00pm

Senator Gillibrand Queens Town Hall

Join Senator Kirsten Gillibrand for a Town Hall in Queens on Monday, July 31 with Special Guests U.S. Representative Grace Meng and Queens Borough President Melinda Katz.

Senator Gillibrand will give brief remarks, then take your questions about everything from health care to jobs and the economy.

Our staff will also be on hand to help and answer any questions you might have about assistance, or getting involved. This is the perfect chance to raise your voice on the issues that matter most to you. See you there!

An RSVP is necessary to enter. You can same-day RSVP, but space is limited. Save your spot here:

Doors open at 12:15pm, event starts at 1:00pm and ends at 2:15pm. First come, first seated.

(*no signs or banners will be permitted inside the auditorium)

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6:30pm 6:30pm

Beyond the Ballot: From Suffrage to the Women's March

In honor of the 2017 New York State Centennial of Women's Suffrage, Humanities New York invites you to converse with a panel of women from the fields of journalism, history and community organizing to look back on the history of women's rights and discuss what's next.

Our panelists are Tamika Mallory, one of the co-chairs of last January's Women's March; Jessa Crispin, author of Why I Am Not a Feminist; Kim Phillips-Fein, Associate Professor of American History at New York University; and Sarah Seidman, historian and curator at the Museum of the City of New York. Jia Tolentino of The New Yorker will moderate. Presented in Partnership with the National Park Service and the Museum of the City of New York.

Presented in partnership with National Parks of New York Harbor Conservancy and the Museum of the City of New York.

This event is supported in part by EILEEN FISHER, State Street, Tillotson Design Associates, HNY Board Member Eric Aboaf, and Metropolitan Books.

Federal Hall
26 Wall Street

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5:00pm 5:00pm

GOBK's Civic Festival

On Tuesday, July 25th, 5 - 8 PM, #GetOrganizedBK is planning a free Civic Festival in the Prospect Park Bandshell -- to push forward with our organizing, to celebrate the amazing work #GetOrganizedBK working groups and members have accomplished, and to come together in a venue that can fit all of us. Indivisible Nation BK will be there with lots of info, activities and actions!

Details are to come in the following days -- but this festive civic gathering will be an opportunity to highlight the ongoing work of our members, bring new people into the movement and offer a glimpse of the deepening of resistance work into longer-term community-building. Hear from citywide and national leaders, testimonials from activists across generations, activities, entertainment, tabling & activism opportunities by #GOBK working groups, partners, and sponsors, and more.

Confirmed performers:
*Isaac Oliver (
*Gowanus Wildcats (
*Xavier Cardriche (
*Artists for a Free World (
*Natalia Zuckerman (
*Jean Rohe (
*Girls Be Heard (
*Bangladesh Institute of Performing Arts (
*The Occasionalists (

Plus, a propoganda party thrown by Interference Archive & kid-friendly activies like face stamps & bubbles & more by Park Slope Parents.

Partners include: Planned Parenthood of New York City Action Fund, Make the Road New York, The New York Immigration Coalition, Arts & Democracy, Park Slope Parents, DRUM - Desis Rising Up & Moving, Hand in Hand Family Services, IntegrateNYC4me, CBID - Central Brooklyn Independent Democrats, Fifth Avenue Committee, Center for Anti-Violence Education (CAE), OM Digital, 350 Brooklyn, PEN America, Park Slope Civic Council, Fast Food Justice, Common Cause, Atlas DIY, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, Brooklyn SolarWorks, Participatory Projecting Project, Rise and Resist.

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5:00pm 5:00pm

Medicare for All Rally

Join Single Payer Health Long Island, the Women's March on NYC, Black Lives Matter of Greater NY, Campaign for NY Health and others in Union Square.

With the repeal of the flawed and partially defunded ACA on the horizon, and the abhorrent plans to replace it with something that is not care, but a tax cut for the wealthy, it's time to let Congress know we wish to have health care for all people like all other modern industrialized nations. It's very likely that they won't make a decision on #Trumpcare until the end of session in Congress, which is why we need to make our voices heard across the country to tell our elected officials that it is time to stop playing politics with people's lives. It is time for Medicare for All.

Please note:
The NYC event will be a RALLY rather than a march.
We will be gathering in the South Plaza of Union Square from 5PM to 7PM.

We have a fantastic line up of speakers coming. The event is accessible & we will have a sign language interpreter available.

If you're interested in volunteering for this rally please PM

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9:30am 9:30am

Gillibrand NYC Town Hall!

Exciting News! Senator Gillibrand is FINALLY hosting a TOWN HALL in NYC! And it is THIS SATURDAY! At 9:30AM!

Want to ask her a question? Want to say thank you? This is your chance to share YOUR concerns, ask YOUR questions and make your voice heard. :

Where: Hostos Community College, 500 Grand Concourse in the Bronx. (Take the 2,,4,5 to 149th - Grand Concourse) 

When: 9:30 am-11:00 am. Doors open at 8:30 am. We suggest arriving early to make sure you can get in. 

Event Format: When you get to the town hall you will get a ticket. In order to ask a question, you will need to hand over part of your ticket. The staff will then pull from everyone’s tickets lottery style. INBK will bring a list of high priority questions to distribute. 

What to Bring: If you have an INBK T-shirt or any Indivisible paraphernalia, WEAR IT! Bring an ID just in case.

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5:00pm 5:00pm

Keep it Up! #KillTheBill

On Tuesday, July 18th, our whole national network will be showing up together to say that TrumpCare would hurt our friends, our families, and our country--and we'll remember this vote. Attend this event and show your constituent power.

Join 9 NYC Indivisible Groups at a rally in front of Senators Schumer and Gillibrand's office to show your support of his fighting TrumpCare, and ask him to Withhold Consent, kill the bill with Death By Amendments, and encourage them to Keep It Up!

780 Third Avenue


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Save our Schools! Tabling event

INBK will have tables at the Fort Greene Park Farmers Market and the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket! We will have letters to our Senators AND Governor Cuomo demanding that they fully fund public schools and oppose the Trump budget and privatizing agenda of Betsy DeVos! Stop by to sign a letter and take a photo or email us if you'd like to help out!

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9:30am 9:30am

Bank Street Summer School Summit (S3)​​​​​​​

Join INBK as we co-host the Bank Street Summer School Summit (S3)

The Bank Street Summer School Summit (S3) is a day-long event for educators, parents and community stakeholders to meet, plan and engage one another about educational policy issues.

Summer school is generally understood to be a place and time to address that which was not addressed during the academic year.  Similarly, given the current political climate and related challenges to cultivating justice and equity in school communities, space and time is needed to connect with like-minded educators, plan for the year ahead and humanize the struggles and triumphs in education in order to re/claim schools and communities as safe and supportive spaces that nourish the tenets of democracy.

The Bank Street S3 consists of a morning session in which key ideas and urgencies in the field of education are discussed.  The afternoon sessions will provide participants an opportunity to think deeply with a group of interested in others on how to respond to various educational issues and plan next steps on a personal and communal level.  The summit seeks to bring people to think, network, and formulate plans for collective action together.  

The panel will consist of various stakeholders with an eye on are overarching question, how can an educator be an advocate around issues of policy, while working in the field?

Breakout sessions will focus on how an educator can be an advocate around issues of policy, while working in the field. Sessions will focus on networking and organizing to do work throughout the year with colleagues.

Topic areas include: State/Federal Level Policy, Charter Schools, Assessment and Evaluation, Special Education, Immigration, Budget and Funding, Equity and Excellence for All and School Desegregation.

Panelists and facilitators of breakout sessions are persons who have worked closely around specific policy issues through activism, advocacy and public service. Opportunities to learn more about and join organizations doing good work will also be available via tabling.

Program Schedule
9 - 9:30 am - Registration/Check-in
9:30 - 9:45 am - Welcome
9:45 - 11:15 am - Panel
11:15 am - noon - Organize Group breakout sessions
Noon- 12:45 pm - Lunch on your own
1-2:30 pm Breakout - Workgroup/Network Session
2:30 - 3 pm - Come back together

When: July 14, 2017, 9:30 am to 3 pm

Where: The Interchurch Center, Room No.: Chapel
61 Claremont Avenue, New York NY, 10027

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NY Energy Independence Events

On Thursday, June 29, New Yorkers are standing together to urge Energy Independence for New York State by freeing it from Big Oil and Gas! Events at locations across the State.

EVENT DETAILS (in formation) Thursday, June 29
Smithtown, LI: 2:30pm, location TBC
NYC: 12pm, Steps of City Hall
New Paltz: 2:00pm, outside the DEC Region 3 office: 21 S. Putt Corners Rd.
Albany: 2:30pm, Capitol Park West
Ithaca: 2:30pm, Dewitt Park - 102 E Court St, Ithaca, NY
Syracuse: 2:00pm, outisde the DEC Region 7 office: 615 Erie Blvd West
Rochester: 2:00pm, The Liberty Pole, at the corner of Franklin St. and East Main St.
Buffalo: 2:00pm, outside the DEC Region 9 office: 270 Michigan Ave

Burning fossil fuels is a leading contributor to climate change and the oil and gas industry has known this for decades. Yet, instead of acting, they began a campaign to manufacture doubt and undermine action. New York cannot break its addiction to fossil fuels by permitting new infrastructure that will lock us into decades of fossil fuel use and leave our land and water vulnerable to spills and accidents.

We call on Governor Cuomo to declare energy independence and urge him to use the State’s powers to say NO to fossil fuel infrastructure! Governor Cuomo and the Department of Environmental Conservation must deny permits, Water Quality Certifications, or other regulatory approvals for transmission pipelines, power generating plants, compressor stations, and all fossil fuel infrastructure projects.

New York can lead on energy by 1) accelerating investment in renewable energy like off-shore wind and community solar and in energy efficiency measures; and 2) holding corporate polluters responsible for their actions in the courts.

COSPONSORS (list in formation): Food & Water Watch, Sane Energy Project, United for Action, Veterans For Peace - NYC Chapter 034, Grassroots Environmental Education, PAUSE, Green Education and Legal Fund, Protect Orange County, Stop the Minisink Compressor Station, Fossil Free Tompkins, Environmental Justice Task Force/WNY Peace Center, Western NY Drilling Defense, Mothers Out Front - Finger Lakes, Riverkeeper, New Paltz Climate Action Coalition, Coalition Against the Pilgrim Pipeline, 305NYC, WNY Environmental Alliance, Citizen Action of NY, People's Climate Movement of the Capital Region

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6:00pm 6:00pm

Urge Cuomo to be a Clean Energy leader, hosted by Politics Reborn

On June 26, Governor Cuomo is holding a fundraiser at the Plaza Hotel – and we will be outside, calling on him to protect our climate and communities by leading a transition to 100 percent clean and sustainable energy.

We will urge Cuomo to halt the bailout of upstate nuclear power plants, stop fossil fuel infrastructure, and be a real leader on clean and sustainable energy solutions.

Sponsoring organizations (list in formation): Food & Water Watch, NYPIRG, United for Action, New York Communities for Change, Sane Energy Project, Sierra Club New York City Group, Politics Reborn, New York Indivisible, 350Brooklyn, 350NYC, Indian Point Safe Energy Coalition, South Asian Fund for Education, Scholarship & Training, Surfrider Foundation

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9:45am 9:45am

#ProudlyResisting at the March of Pride!

This year, the March of Pride is honoring the Resistance by inviting groups to march in the lead. Please bring signs! The official hashtag is #ProudlyResisting

Our staging area is 41st Street between Park and Madison Avenues (enter from Park Avenue as 5th Avenue will be closed).  Our check-in time is 10AM and we ask that you arrive by 9:45AM.  We are Group 10 and our name, GOBK/Indivisible Nation BK will be posted at our staging location on the block.  The March steps off at noon and takes about 1 - 1.5 hours to complete.   We will march down 5th Avenue, turn right at 8th Street and then disperse to the right at Christopher and Greenwich.  The March will be televised and our group will be announced at several points. This is a wonderful  opportunity to show our Pride as we Resist and Persist.

Other logistics: there will be bathroom facilities in/near the staging areas.  Bring food and water, but no large backpacks. Please observe a moment of silence at 11:58am before the March begins.

Facebook event for RSVP coming soon!


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5:00pm 5:00pm

Stand UP Schumer: Withhold Consent Until AHCA Gets Public Hearings!

Join INBK and other NYC Indivisible groups (NY Indivisible, Indivisible Brooklyn, NYC Indivisible, Indivisible 9th, Indivisible: Do or Die, Indivisible Harlem, Up2Us and Caring for Us Indivisible) as we rally in front of Senator Schumer's office. The time is NOW to withhold consent for all Senate business until the Republicans move their AHCA bill out of secrecy and into the public. Bring signs!

780 Third Avenue

RSVP at FB event HERE

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to Jun 21

Vigil to Save Healthcare (from Rise + Resist)

New Yorkers! Please mark some time between 5pm next Tues June 20 and 5pm June 21 to gather outside the Trump Intl Hotel @ Columbus Circle and take part in this 24-hour vigil to save American healthcare! Next Wed June 21 is a NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION to say NO to stripping millions of MEANINGFUL healthcare. While media and the public have been obsessing over the Russia hearings, the Senate has quietly been moving forward a stealth Obamacare-repeal/Medicaid-phase-out bill that may hit the full Senate floor as early as the week of June 26! Inside reports say it's very similar to the horrible AHCA bill the House recently passed...and that Senate only needs 2 undecided votes to pass it! We have no undecided senators in NY (thankfully) but we can still be part of this National Day of Action to send a message of outrage to lawmakers trying to repeal crucial healthcare for millions in favor of tax breaks for the superwealthy! Please gather your friends and allies and join us! I'll be there from 5pm til well into the night on Tuesday.


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to Jun 11

Tabling with INBK

This week we'll be getting letters to our Senators signed asking them to lead Democrats in making climate change a campaign and legislative priority-- not a side issue. We'll also be doing a fun photobooth action to show how we feel about the AHCA and Trump's budget. 

On Saturday, visit us at Grand Army Plaze  or Fort Green Park Farmers Market from 11-2, and on Sunday from 12-3 in front of the Park Slope Food Coop. 

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9:00am 9:00am

March for Truth NYC

Join us in Foley Square in downtown Manhattan on Saturday, June 3! People will be gathering starting at 9am, and the march down Broadway begins at 1030am.

There is more than sufficient cause for alarm about the role Russian state-led hacking and information warfare played in the 2016 election, and there are crucial unanswered questions about the relationship between the Russian state and Donald Trump, his associates and his campaign. The legitimacy of the United States government may hinge on the answers to these questions. If the president was elected even in part due to collusion with a foreign effort to interfere in our democratic process, then the will of the people has been subverted.

There is an active FBI investigation into these matters, and revelations may emerge any moment. And now the FBI Director, James Comey, has been fired because of that very investigation.  Congressional investigations in the House and Senate have been slow, under-resourced, and mired in partisan politics. Many Congressional leaders have called for an independent investigation, a special prosecutor or a commission to fairly investigate these concerns. Despite the clear will of the people, their calls have not been answered.  

Therefore, we call for a #MarchForTruth to raise our voices and let our elected leaders know that American citizens want answers. The legitimacy of our democracy is more important than the interests of any party, or any President. So, we will rise together to call for a fair and impartial investigation, for the pursuit of truth, and for the restoration of faith in our electoral system and the Office of the Presidency.

Across the country, peaceful demonstrations will be arranged on Saturday, June 3rd. Our goals are simple:

1. Congressional investigations should be properly resourced and pursued free of partisan interests, or an independent investigation must be established;

2. As much information as possible should be made available to the public, and as soon as possible;

3. Donald Trump should release his tax returns to clarify his business interests and obligations to any foreign entity;

4. If crimes were committed or if collusion is discovered, it must be prosecuted.

We need help. We are asking on cities around the country to organize. We are looking for volunteers to help secure permits, find speakers, and take care of the logistics to make this peaceful assembly matter.

Email or go to for more information.


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5:00pm 5:00pm

Meet & Greet with Pia Raymond - City Council Candidate

From Civic Activism Group:
Thursday, June 1 at 5 PM - 7 PM

Meet & Greet with Pia Raymond - City Council Candidate
LOCATION: BAR CORD, 1008 Cortelyou Rd, Brooklyn, NY 11218
Please join Pia Raymond, City Council candidate for the 40th District in Brooklyn, for drinks and conversation at Bar Chord! Come get to know Pia while she outlines her vision for the District.

Pia is a 5th generation Brooklynite who grew up in the district. She's a community advocate for families, organizations, and small businesses. She's is committed to enhancing the borough of Brooklyn while maintaining affordable housing, strengthening local schools, and ensuring equal rights for all because "It's About Us!" Learn more at



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