How can we be effective Indivisible SF citizens? Let's look at communications between constituents and a Member of Congress (MoC). Excerpted from Bruce Hartford's MoC and Their Constituent's Thoughts, 2019Read More
ISF condemns, in the strongest terms, today’s white nationalist and fascist-inspired attack on the Muslim community of New Zealand.Read More
Under the leadership of Mayor Breed, City officials have quietly continued to enact homeless encampment sweeps, despite a court ruling them unconstitutional last year. Learn more about the City's ongoing criminalization of poverty in the midst of a widespread housing crisis, by reading this letter that we sent the Board of Supervisors and the Mayor early in 2019.Read More
Trump’s “national emergency” is a fake emergency, not for national security, but to usurp power that belongs to Congress.Read More
San Francisco may soon expand involuntary conservatorship. We've written a letter to Mayor Breed expressing our opposition to the proposed ordinance, and our support for the opposition coalition led by Seniors and Disability Action.Read More
The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is an organization committed to reviving the movement of Martin Luther King, Jr. to demand economic and racial justice for the poor of America.
In honor of Martin Luther King Day, they have issued a set of demands to elected representatives that promote economic justice.Read More
Thanks to hostage-taking by Trump and an abdication of governance on the part of Republicans, we ended up with a prolonged Government Shutdown. How this situation has developed, and what we can do resolve this impasse.Read More
On Saturday, join us at a Candlelight Vigil 5pm-6pm on the corner of Powell St. and Market St. We will hear from CARECEN and SOA Watch about the realities of the migrant caravan at the border, and about the hardships faced by immigrants in ICE detention. We will also be raising money to a fund of 12 groups working directly with immigrants. Donate online or by texting “STOPTHETEARS” to 555888.Read More
To help the Resistance thrive, and to prevent a repeat of these trying times, we need to convince our friends and family who’ve supported Trump to stop supporting him and start opposing him with us. This will not happen quickly—we must start now. And it will not happen easily—we must prepare to have some uncomfortable conversations.
To help you prepare, here are some suggestions on what you can do.Read More
There’s a special election on Dec 4 in Georgia for the Secretary of State seat! This official oversees election practices, so this is an important seat to win to stop voter suppression in Georgia!Read More
We need a solidly progressive House speaker who has the skill and experience to build and maintain her caucus in order to pass bold legislation for America. That person is Nancy Pelosi.Read More
Recounts are underway in Florida and the effort needs your support. Learn how you can help.
There’s a special election on November 27 in Mississippi for the US Senate seat! Every Senate seat is critical and Democrat Mike Espy is polling strongly enough that he has a chance to win this. Learn how you can help!Read More
Democratic and progressive activists all across the country worked our asses off in this election, and achieved some really important victories. Here’s an inventory of just some of the highlights.Read More
Indivisible San Francisco condemns and opposes political violence. We stand united against racial, religious, and political hate crimes such as last Monday's racist murder of a Black man and woman in a Kentucky grocery store, the dozen bombs mailed during midweek to Democratic Party leaders and news media opponents of Trump, and the explicitly anti-Semitic mass killing of 11 Jews at Saturday sabbath services in Pittsburgh.Read More
Republicans are trying to repeal or weaken the Johnson Amendment so that mega-donors can deduct political contributions from their taxes.Read More
A brief guide of the cast of important characters in Washington D.C. who San Franciscans need to know about.Read More
What’s the most effective thing I can do? We often hear this question. This article covers the basics of how you can get involved.Read More
A brief history of immigrant detention in the U.S., an overview of current detention conditions and actions you can take now to end this injustice.Read More