Our Mission

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.

For more about #GetOrganizedBK read THIS

Write us at oneindivisiblenation@gmail.com to subscribe to our email list!

INBK T-shirts

By popular demand, we are doing another run of our super nifty t-shirts! Order HERE by Aug 2nd, and shirts will be delivered to Brooklyn (and then we can get them to you!).


Tell us what YOU think! What issues are most important to you? What kinds of actions do you prefer to take? Your input will help us make contacting your
Elected Officials easier and more effective! Take our SURVEY


Tell Your Budget Story

We want to hear how Trump’s budget proposal, if enacted, would affect YOU and your loved ones.

Think about your daily routine. How would these cuts affect you and your loved ones in your daily life? Look through the list programs being cut here: Everything You Need to Know about Trump's Budget-CNN. Did you benefit from federal loan forgiveness? Do you have a loved one who gets meals on wheels? A child in public schools? Are you a scientist? Do you know a scientist? Rely on Medicaid? Benefit from clean air and water? Love NPR? Live in public or subsidized housing or know people who do? 

Submissions can be up to 500 words and can be emailed to story@indivisiblenationbk.org.  Please include your first name, age, occupation and city/ town. If you’re comfortable doing so, please include a photo of yourself. We will be posting stories continuously here AND sending your stories to our Members of Congress and Senators. #nocuts


Gillibrand TOWNHALL

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.  An RSVP is necessary to enter. You can same-day RSVP, but space is limited. Save your spot here: https://www.gillibrand.senate.gov/nyctownhall

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.

why we call

Senator Schumer is the star of our next Why We Call video! He says, "When Congress hears from constituents, Congress listens. When you fight for it, justice and common sense can be made to prevail in America." Now pick up the phone and call him.

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).