*This week starts with a National Day of Action to fight Trump's tax scam.*
Monday, November 27 - TWO ACTIONS
1. Call Relay to Senators Schumer and Gillibrand
Indivisible chapters across the city are joining together for a call relay to Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand. We will keep the senators' office phones ringing all day with constituents demanding that the Trump tax plan be defeated. To participate, simply click here and add your name to an open time slot on the Google doc. The document provides the senators' office phone numbers and a script.
2. March: Stop GOP Tax Scam/Not One Penny of Tax Cuts for the Rich
Greeley Square (West 32 St. between Broadway and 6th)
5 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Great props will be provided for this stroll along 34th Street behind a "Not One Penny of Tax Cuts for the Rich" banner. You'll get a Not One Penny t-shirt to wear over your coat. There will also be Not One Penny signs, "Tax Scam" signs and giant checks made out from Medicaid or Medicare to billionaires and corporations. We'll invite shoppers to have their photo taken with the checks.
Tuesday, November 28
Common Cause New York Action Team Meeting
120 Broadway, Suite 1750
6 p.m.- 8 p.m.
Common Cause New York is a chapter of the national grassroots organization Common Cause, which works to hold government accountable to voters and roots out corruption and abuse of power. If you want to tackle the gerrymandering issue, this might be the group for you. Building security requires a list of attendees in advance, so you MUST RSVP.
Wednesday, November 29
Protest: We Are Dying [Still]
Times Square steps (7th Ave & W 47th St.)
6 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Ahead of World AIDS Day on Friday, ACT UP is showing up "to hold this administration and the international community accountable for perpetuating the stigma of HIV."
Thursday, November 30
Weekly Impeach Protest
Columbus Circle near Trump International Hotel
5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Activist group Rise and Resist will be in the streets calling for Trump's impeachment every Thursday until he's gone. Each protest will take place at a different Trump-related location. Town criers in full regalia will read the group's mission and articles of impeachment at every protest. Check out video of the first protest here.
Friday, December 1
Join the Battle for Net Neutrality
You can take several steps to help save net neutrality (Learn more about the importance of net neutrality here).
- Use Battle for the Net's simple online tool to call and write our representative. Scripts and sample letters are provided.
- Contribute to Fight for the Future's billboard campaign to expose politicians who are in favor of letting corporations and the very rich control our Internet access.
- Put December 7 on your calendar for nationwide protests outside Verizon stores.
Saturday, December 2
Stand Indivisible for a Truly Blue New York
New York Hilton Midtown
1335 Avenue of the Americas
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Senators Gillibrand and Schumer are on the program for this rally in support of a truly Democratic state senate. New York has been unable to pass progressive legislation that would protect us from Trump's attacks on civil rights at the federal level -- all because of eight state senators who run as Democrats but vote with Republicans. The group is known as the Independent Democratic Conference (IDC) and you can find more information about it here. The event is scheduled to coincide with Trump's re-election fundraiser.