Rally for Peace & Sanity

On August 13th, we expected a small but might crowd -- but instead, 1500+ people joined us in solidarity over 45's recent provocations of North Korea and the horrifying events in Charlottesville. 

Our speakers spoke truth to power, and 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

The rally was picked up by the Associated Press, and was covered nationally in the Miami Herald, Gothamist, Mic, the Washington Times, and more.

News 12 also covered the rally (click link for video).

 

 

 

 

Indivisible with Pride!

INBK had the honor and pleasure to join NYC resistance groups in leading the Pride NYC 2017 Parade!

#ProudlyResisting today and every day with our friends and family in the LGBTQ community.

Indivisible Seder

Our Indivisible Haggadah was mentioned in the Washington Post!

"Anti-Trump activist group Indivisible Nation BK’s online Haggadah — which said that parsley, which normally symbolizes spring, should symbolize the importance of attending a town hall during Congress’s spring recess — replaced the traditional hunt for the afikomen, a piece of hidden matzoh, with a hunt for Trump’s tax returns."

Download yours HERE

March for a Free Press -- WNYC/NPR

The March for a Free Press made the New York Times -- which is only fair since it was in support of and at the New York Times!

NPR covered the march -- spearheaded by #getorganizedbk's Free Press Group -- several times, including this report mentioning InBK,
listen HERE!

It was also previewed at the end of the below news clip about Rep. Carolyn Maloney this morning, and reviewed more fully during the evening broadcast!

Also reported on The Hill, in AMNY here and 24 New York here

InBK in the News

Indivisible Nation BK facilitators have been featured in the New York Times, on NBC News, in Upworthy, on the upcoming Democracy Lab podcasts, and even internationally, in Sweden (in the Dagens Nyheter newspaper) and in an upcoming documentary on German television. The power of our story is regular people working together to pressure our representatives to stand up against the Trump administration -- if we can do it, you can too. We are the popular vote, and our strength is in our numbers. Our goal is to inspire you to participate!

NBC News: Yvette Clarke Town Hall

New York Times 1/20/17

New York Times 2/3/17

Upworthy

Dagens Nyheter (Sweden)