It’s going to be a busy fall for Indivisible Berkeley. As usual, we have a host of actions for you to take in either small or larger ways. If we just met you at the Solano Stroll, welcome! It was a great day for meeting new people and spreading the word about IB.

Here’s what’s happening this week

Our General Assembly on Sunday featured deep discussion, joy, gratitude, and more. Read more →

####Show Up

The next General Assembly is Sunday, September 24 at the Finnish Hall. RSVP here →

Tweets can’t vote. People vote. Talk to people whose votes matter and help flip CA District 10. Sign up for day trips to Tracy this Saturday →, in October → and/or December →

The Virginia legislative elections are coming up this November! Join a phone bank to help out Cheryl Turpin and Kathy Tran. There’s at least one per week between now and Election Day! RSVP here →


Keep ICE out of California by supporting SB54, the CA Values Act. Call Assembly Speaker Rendon and tell him to hold a vote on SB54. Call script →

Then call Governor Brown and urge him to sign SB54 when it arrives on his desk. More info →

Demand more from our Members of Congress to Save DACA by urging the passage of the DREAM Act. Call script →

Indivisible Houston wants you to use this opportunity after Hurricane Harvey to demand Congress fully fund flood-resistant infrastructure grants and other relevant measures. Call script →


Tell the EPA to continue upholding the Waters of the US rule, protecting rivers, lakes and wetlands that they’d like to forget about. Comment script →

Tell the EPA that dumping mining waste into Alaska’s Bristol Bay is unacceptable. Comment script →

Defend Greenhouse Gas Emission Standards for Cars, Light Trucks, SUVs (20% of US GHG Emissions). Comment script →

Defend Fracking Regulations on Federal and Indian Lands. Deadline Sept. 25. Comment script →

####Stay Informed

Our website → and Facebook events page → are updated regularly with new postcard parties, phone bank opportunities, and more. Check it out when you’re inspired to act!