Actions for Week of October 30

Note: Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller has issued the first indictments related to the investigation of possible collusion between the Russian government and members of Trump's team; potential obstruction of justice; and financial crimes. If Trump attempts to fire Mueller, resistance groups are prepared to protest. Indivisible UES will advise you of any actions via email and Facebook. You can also RSVP here to receive updates.

TODAY. Monday, October 30 - TWO EVENTS
1. Drunken Civics with Zephyr Teachout
The Peoples Improv Theater
123 E 24th St.
Happy hour: 6 p.m.
Show: 7 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Fordham law professor Zephyr Teachout -- who ran for the Democratic Party nomination for governor of New York in 2014 -- will be part of a "hilarious and educational" show focused on the IDC. As the Peoples Improv Theater puts it, the IDC is comprised of "8 NY 'Democratic' state senators that are actually Republicans in disguise -- hiding in plain sight to sabotage everything from heathcare reform to the DREAM Act to abortion rights." Improvisational comedy will ensue.

2. Protest against Cy Vance and Mass Incarceration
80 Centre St.
5 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance let Harvey Weinstein and the Trumps off the hook, but uses unfair bail practices to warehouse poor, Black, Latino, homeless, transgender, and disabled people. This rally has been organized to demand his resignation.

Tuesday, October 31
Update Your Calendar for Next Week

Wednesday, Nov. 1
Text Banking to Get Out the Vote
80 Broad Street
5 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Common Cause NY is hosting two days of Get Out To Vote (GOTV) activities; they'll be texting young voters in NYC to improve our dismal voter turnout. Sign up to participate here

Thursday, Nov. 2
Trump Tax Scam Call Relay
Sign up for a time to call our representative, Carolyn Maloney, and urge her to fight Trump's tax agenda. A script will be provided here. Maloney's New York number is 212-860-0606; her D.C. number is 202-225-7944.